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Free Choice: Vulaono

The New Methodist Christian Fellowship says churches should allow members to make their own choices and not in any way influence them. The church’s general superintendent, Pastor Atu Vulaono was
26 Sep 2014 10:20

The New Methodist Christian Fellowship says churches should allow members to make their own choices and not in any way influence them.

The church’s general superintendent, Pastor Atu Vulaono was commenting on the action of a Methodist Church executive. The minister had written a letter stating that church members should not only think of the developments done when voting on September 17.

“For us, we leave it to the members to make their own decisions. We never promote or campaign for any particular party,” Pastor Vulaono said.

“We prayed for the election and for God’s plan to prevail.”

Meanwhile, other heads of churches have declined from commenting on the issue.

The head of the Catholic Archdiocese of Suva, Archbishop Peter Loy Chong said it would be inappropriate of him to give a comment.

The president of the Christian Mission Fellowship Church, Rev Suliasi Kurulo said he had no clue about the letter and preferred not to comment

Feedback:  ana.sovaraki@fijisun.com.fj

 



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