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Kaci: Work together

Reijeli Robanakadavu
Sunday, April 20, 2014

THE Lord is the head of the church and members of the church should learn to work together, says UK Fijian Methodist Fellowship chaplain Reverend Jimione Kaci.

He said Germany and UK members should work together to uplift the work of the church.

"This is God's church and we need to look after it well," he said.

"It is our duty to look after the church members who have moved from Germany to the UK."

Mr Kaci said there were church members being posted to some of the camps in the three church divisions in the UK from Germany.

He said these were camps in Barnstaple and Chippenham.

Mr Kaci added it was the role of church elders to visit the church members no matter how far away they were.

He said the families had been given their transfer letters and if they were not included as members of the church this year, they would have to wait until next year.

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