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3000 Methodist youth converge for annual gathering

Luke Rawalai
Friday, December 08, 2017

ABOUT 3000 youths from the Methodist Church of Fiji have been converging daily at Labasa's Subrail Park this week for their annual conference.

The youths from 52 church circuits around the country will end their conference tomorrow.

The church's secretary for Young People's Department, Reverend Jone Davule, said the annual camp was aimed at strengthening the spiritual lives of youths..

Mr Davule said the youths travelled from various Methodist churches in Fiji and Rotuma including members of the Sunday school.

"This is an annual event for our Methodist Youth Fellowship where we will have various programs in place for them," he said.

"The conference is a perfect platform where youths can get training on financial, economic, and social issues."

Mr Davule said the conference would also teach youths to live a balanced life and preach about the Word of God.

The youths are being catered for by the various Methodist church circuits in the Macuata Province.

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