SUNCITY

Church Leaders Review Constitution

Methodist church leaders and elders yesterday discussed the first reading and reviewing of their 1984 to 2000 church constitution. Changes discussed included the terms of presidency, appointments, church membership, retirement
28 Aug 2014 03:40
Church Leaders Review Constitution
From left: Bernadette Rounds Ganilau with daughter Jordana Ganilau after her graduation with a Bachelor of Commerce in Tourism and Hospitality Management. Photo: Kelera Sovasiga

Methodist church leaders and elders yesterday discussed the first reading and reviewing of their 1984 to 2000 church constitution.

Changes discussed included the terms of presidency, appointments, church membership, retirement age, working with other churches and the inclusion of the investment arm of the church.

The changes and   plans in the reviewed constitution will further help the positive developments that are happening in the church.

Church legal advisor Simione Valenitabua said the review of the constitution had been an ongoing process.

“It will have to come into the conference and will be taken back to various divisions for their suggestions and what they want in   the constitution.

“It will then be taken to the constitution review committee and they will look at the changes that needs to be made,” Mr Valenitabua said.

He said this should not be a hindrance to the church and should serve as the guide to the spreading of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

liita.cava@fijisun.com.fj




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