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Wesley’s rippling effect covers Fiji: Waqainabete

  Wesley circuit divisional superintendent Reverend Jeremaia Waqainabete said the rippling effect of the Wesley City Mission Church covered the whole nation. “So we have churches in the Northern, Western
09 May 2017 12:13
Wesley’s rippling effect covers Fiji: Waqainabete
President of the Methodist Church of Fiji, Rev. Dr. Tevita Bainivanua (second from left) and Wesley City Mission Church (WCMC) divisional superintendent, Reverend Jeremaia Waqainabete (third from left) during the Wesley City Mission Church Thanksgiving service in Suva yesterday. Photo: Mere Satakala

 

Wesley circuit divisional superintendent Reverend Jeremaia Waqainabete said the rippling effect of the Wesley City Mission Church covered the whole nation.

“So we have churches in the Northern, Western divisions and also around the Suva, Nausori corridor and we are gathered here today marking the end of this week long celebration,” Reverend Waqainabete said on Sunday.

Reverend Waqainabete was speaking during the thanksgiving service in the closing of the Golden Jubilee weeklong celebrations at the Butt Street Church in Suva.

The Wesley City Mission Church celebrated its 5oth Anniversary of their church building on Saturday and coincided with the opening of their newly completed $1.5 million multi-purpose hall complex.

Reverend Waqainabete said the main focus of the Wesley City Mission church was to instill members with a sense of responsibility and productivity as Christians.

He said the anniversary theme ‘The Kingdom of Christ: Reflect, Celebrate, Inspire’ was reflecting on the past achievement of those that went before them and celebrating a sense of embracing of what’s been achieved and also inspire them for the next 50 years.

President of the Methodist Church in Fiji, Reveverend Dr Tevita Banivanua said the Wesley circuit division had been shining beacon to its sister divisions around the nation.

Reverend Banivanua said from establishing contemporary worship spaces, leading urban ministry, creating a ministry of people with disabilities to transparent and prudent management of assets.

He said the construction of a new hall and office space would enhance its ministry to the capital city of Fiji.

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

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