Malaita Anglican diocese eyes reconciliation for vision 2020

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Diocesan Secretary (DS) of the Anglican Diocese of Malaita, Mr Anthony Maelasi
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BY SAMIE WAIKORI

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Diocesan Secretary (DS) of the Anglican Diocese of Malaita, Mr Anthony Maelasi

RECONCILIATION is a platform for Anglican communities in Malaita province to achieve the church’s vision 2020.

The vision was put in place by the Anglican Diocese of Malaita for all its parishes to become self-reliant by 2020.

In an interview during the recent reconciliation ceremony at Buma village, Diocesan Secretary (DS) of the Anglican Diocese of Malaita, Mr Anthony Maelasi said Buma has set precedence for all Anglican communities in the diocese.

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He said in whatever aspect within the society, whether family, community, churches, organisation or the country – when peace is not upheld nothing would succeed.

“For the Anglican communities in the diocese of Malaita, reconciliation is very important so that people would unite together to work towards the vision.

“The Diocese always advocate for reconciliation as its number one priority area to ensure it happen when needed before implementing any of its plan.

“The Anglican church sees reconciliation crucial in its work not only for the purpose of vision 2020, but to go a line with the church,” Maelasi said.

He appealed to all Anglican communities in the diocese to heal differences through reconciling with each other and work together for their good and the good of the church.

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