THE Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma is rallying the support of its members on their new visions to work with the government of the day.
All political differences will now be brushed aside so as not to hinder the church's new mission they will embark on.
"We have new visions for a new Fiji to avoid any political instability," newly-appointed general secretary Reverend Tevita Nawadra said.
"It's about time we come together for the safety of members."
He said the leaders had done their job however, their concerns were on their congregation who still carried grudges against some government leaders. Mr Nawadra said they had advised all division and circuit leaders to focus on the wellbeing of members and at the same time sought support towards the changes.
He said there was no use holding grudges when church members would be hurt in the process.