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Easter concert

Dawn Gibson
Monday, April 21, 2014

CHRISTIANS and non-Christians alike came together yesterday to take part in and observe Easter Sunday celebrations around Suva City.

The Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma organised an afternoon for families yesterday with an all-evening concert which ran from 2pm until about 8.30pm at the Sukuna Park in Suva.

As well as the concert, there was a march through the city at 4pm — the March of Witness — from Suva's Flea Market to Sukuna Park where marchers were then able to watch the concert.

The concert consisted of plays, skits, singing and other activities which were aimed at fostering a harmonious and forgiving environment in line with the Easter long weekend message.

Hundreds of people from around the country flocked to the park to be part of the service and to catch up on some family time in a relaxing environment.

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