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AOG's new structure

Ana Madigibuli
Sunday, August 17, 2014

A NEW church structure will be introduced to members of the Assemblies of God Church after a special AGM that will be held at Lautoka on Monday.

Many changes have been made to the structure in a bid to move the country's largest Pentecostal denomination forward spiritually and mentally.

AOG general secretary Reverend Viliame Vakasausau said major changes were also expected in the operations of the church.

Mr Vakasausau said next week's AGM would focus on creating awareness of the new structure for church members.

The AOG has a new four-year strategic plan to be fully implemented after the meeting. He said the meeting would also focus on the election of executive committee members.

Mr Vakasausau said all the ordained ministers, licensed ministers and delegates from the various AOG churches from around the country would be at the meeting.

He clarified that next week's AGM is not the church conference that is held every two years.








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