Christ the King celebrates feast day

CHRIST the King Parish at Gilbert Camp, East Honiara has celebrated its feast day, Sunday. Archbishop of the Church of Melanesia the Most Reverend Leonard Dawea officiated at the celebration and also shared the sermon during the church service on Sunday morning. In his sermon, His Grace Rev Dawea said Christ the King feast day celebration…

Catholics from Lio Creek receive holy sacraments

FAMILIES and friends of Lio Creek Catholic Church community gathered at the Holy Cross Cathedral’s Saint Dominic Chapel to witness baptism, confirmation, and four marriage ceremonies last weekend. A statement from Catholic Communication said during the service, 23 received the sacrament of baptism, 28 confirmation, and four the sacrament of matrimony. The service was led…

SDA holds mass baptism

FOLLOWING a three weeks Bible evangelism series organized by the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church which concluded on Saturday 1st August hundreds have surrendered their lives to Jesus through the water of baptism. ‘Truth For Today’ series was aired live on Telekom TV (TTV) each evening for an hour with the support from Hope Channel…

Isabel Diocese prepares for synod

THE Diocese of Isabel Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) is currently hard at work preparing for its synod set to be staged next week in Kia, at the western end of Isabel. Speaking to the paper in Buala early this week, Isabel Mothers Union President Selina Lonamei said some of the officials and delegations from…

DUKWASI theater group put on colourful drama

DUKWASI Theater Youth Group performed a colourful drama based on the Bible story of Joseph and his amazing technique colored dream coat much to the amazement of Auki residents, Malaita Province. The Dukwasi Theater Youth Group caught the Auki public by surprise when they staged an astonishing performance at the Auki wharf on Friday night.…

Youths thank MARA govt

THE 2020 All-Pacific Youth Arise has thanked MARA government for finally accepting a covenant signed by former Premier Richard Namo Irosaea for Malaita to serve the God of Israel as their only living God. The former Premier Mr. Irosaea signed the covenant back in 2007.  Over the years, Malaita youths think it is best if…