Highest United Church meeting raises and passes important issues

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BY BARNABAS MANEBONA

The Assembly Executive meeting of the United Church of Solomon Islands held at Lauru region came up with lots of important issues raised and passed.

According to Mr Nerio Ulemiki the media coordinator for Christ the King Parish at Voruvoru reporting, these were resolutions to help the church move forward successfully in the years ahead.

He said they successfully confirmed and endorsed resolutions to meet and adapt in resolving issues to straighten the leadership of the church, development of land policies, re-looking at the church structure, financial aspects of the church, youth and women issues affecting social and economic growth, stationing of Ministers and Chaplains in United Church Schools during the four days meeting.

“The United Church highest delegation were really happy for such a big achievement for the church to successfully hold the highest church meeting in the remote part of Lauru region,” said Ulemiki.

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“This meeting was also historic in a sense that it is the first time for the highest meeting of the church to be held in one of the remote parts of the United Church regions.

“It was held successfully even though there were few blockages on the way prior to the meeting.

“The Acting Moderator and church delegation thanked the Bishop of Lauru region and Ogho Community and other communities of Tava Circuit and Soranamola community for successfully hosting the assembly executive meeting as the delegates were presented with gifts.”

Ulemiki elaborated that the highest meeting of the church was attended by the 40 plus highest church delegation.

It comprised of the Acting Moderator and Bishop of New Georgia and Eastern Islands region including Bishops of the other three regions making up the United Church of Solomon Islands, the church General Secretary, Church Legal Advisor, Principal of Seghe, General Secretary of Sasamunga Hospital, former Bishops and Ministers of the church and other church delegates.

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