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AOG Church Organises Appeal

The Assemblies of God (AOG) Fiji is trying to contact its missionaries who are on Tanna Island in Vanuatu. They have not heard from them since Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam
23 Mar 2015 16:52
AOG Church Organises Appeal
Members of the AOG Calvary Temple choir sing their hearts out during their church service at Samabula yesterday. Photo: Ana Sovaraki

The Assemblies of God (AOG) Fiji is trying to contact its missionaries who are on Tanna Island in Vanuatu.

They have not heard from them since Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu a week ago.

AOG Fiji deputy general superintendent and senior pastor at Calvary Temple in Suva, Mosese Cakau yesterday said they had six missionaries in Vanuatu. They had only contacted those working in Port Vila.

“We are very concerned about their welfare and we hope that all of them are well. We are praying for them and hope to hear from them,” Pastor Cakau said.

The World Assemblies of God Mission has 141 churches in Vanuatu.

“Some are still in good condition and are currently in evacuation centres. We have 60,000 worshippers and most of them lost their homes and belongings.”

Meanwhile, Calvary Temple will hold a two-week appeal starting today for cyclone victims. “The elders and leaders of the church are asking the congregation to bring whatever they can. Whether it is clothes, food or financial contribution to help our brothers and sisters in Vanuatu,” Pastor Cakau said.

Feedback: ana.sovaraki@fijisun.com.fj

 




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