ACOM Archbishop tours Malaita’s south

THE Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) the Most Reverend Leonard Dawea visited Southern and Arekwa regions of the Diocese of Malaita from 13th to 20th August. He visited, Hoasiteimwane parish hosted by Manepora community, Sa’a Parish and Walande Parish in Small Malaita region and Marou Parish hosted by Potani’u and Waroha Parish…

PS Mae: youths need to play roles in SSEC leadership

Youths attending the South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) Northern Region Youth Convention in Malaita Province were told that they are needed in the church’s leadership roles during this 21st century. Guest of honor at the convention, the Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Traditional Governance, Peace, and Ecclesiastical Affairs Peter Mae told over 3000…

Efona calls for social transformation

MEMBER of Parliament for Central Honiara is calling on all constituents to participate in the process of good governance, transparency and to uphold principles that govern our constitution to achieve social transformation and genuine change. The Honourable MP for Central Honiara Alfred Efona made this call when speaking on Sunday 13th June 2021 at the…

Saint Barnabas Cathedral feast day reflection

THE feast day of Saint Barnabas was celebrated at Saint Barnabas Cathedral of the Anglican Church of Melanesia last Sunday. The story of the life and example of this saint was the highlight of the Sunday worship which was attended by representatives from the government, members of the Council of Bishops, invited guests and parishioners.…

Holy Trinity Chapel at Lepi dedicated  

Lepi Village in Bugotu Paka District under the Diocese of Ysabel and Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) has unveiled its new Holy Trinity Chapel over the weekend. The $1.3million complex was consecrated on Saturday 29th May, 2021.  The consecration was conducted by Bishop Ellison Quity, Diocesan Bishop of the Ysabel Anglican Church of Melanesian and…

UCSI celebrates 119 years since arrival of mission

HUNDREDS of United Church of Solomon Islands (UCSI) members have commemorated the 119th anniversary marking the arrival of the Church in 1902 to the Solomon Islands. As part of the event congregational members around the country organized and celebrated the anniversary separately in their respective regions. The celebration was filled with joy and excitement to…