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Families rejoin church

Reijeli Robanakadavu
Sunday, April 20, 2014

THERE are about 200 families in the UK Fijian Methodist Fellowship, says Reverend Jimione Kaci.

He said most Fijian British Army soldiers had rejoined the church.

"When the soldiers came to the UK, they followed their other Fijian comrades to join other denominations," Mr Kaci said.

"It is good because at least they still went to church, but with a strong Methodist foundation they have returned to the church."

Mr Kaci said most church elders needed to be taught the church's principles, ethics and constitution.

He added that most of the church elders attended church in Fiji but were not familiar with meeting formalities and the constitution.

The choir competition continues tomorrow.








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