THE Methodist Church has only been able to discuss 75 per cent of the items in its agenda during the three-day Methodist Church Conference.
And the church will look to ask for a further permit to hold a mini conference in order to discuss the remaining items on its agenda.
Yesterday church general secretary Tevita Nawadra said some of the issues not discussed included the stationing of ministers to different circuits around Fiji.
"The three days was like a marathon and people were getting tired because of all the time spent but gladly we discussed 70 to 75 per cent of what we needed to discuss but we will have to take that up some other time," said Mr Nawadra.
"We managed to discuss the postings of 55 talatala qase but there were also over 300 other ministers to be stationed and we haven't touched on that because of lack of time," Mr Nawadra said.
He said other items not discussed included members submissions for what they would like to see in the formulation of the church constitution.
Mr Nawadra said the church would seek other avenues to address those issues not discussed at the meeting.
"These issues can be addressed in the standing committee whether the government gives us permission to meet or if not we can request for a mini type of conference.
"This is where we can involve the divisional superintendents and a few others to try and finalise discussion of the items on the agenda," said Mr Nawadra.