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Conference draws church members

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, May 09, 2014

HUNDREDS of faithful Methodist Church followers in Macuata converged on Nasea in Labasa early this week to be part of their annual conference.

Conference spokesman Reverend Waisele Vuli said the event was where senior church officials came together to map out strategies that would help move the church forward.

"It's also an opportunity for the members from the 19 circuits in the division to come together and raise funds for the operation of the church," Mr Vuli said.

"Part of the money collected will also be directed to the headquarters in Suva and the rest will be shared among the circuits here."

Mr Vuli said a sevens tournament was also being organised to raise funds for the Nasoso Lay Training Centre, the divisional training school in Naduri.

The conference ends today.








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