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Cyclone Harold caused widespread destruction in early April 2020. Over 30 people lost their lives in the Solomon Islands and in Vanuatu over 5,000 are homeless, without water, food and power. The Anglican Church of Melanesia is working with these communities to rebuild.

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On Ini Kopuria Day the Church Disaster Committee visited the Brothers & Novices at their Vanuatu HQ, on Malo Island to donate food, gardening…

On Ini Kopuria Day the Church Disaster Committee visited the Brothers & Novices at their Vanuatu HQ, on Malo Island to donate food, gardening…

Tomorrow is #EnvironmentSunday and we're encouraging you to join the Ashburton & Moorland Mission Community for their online family service on…

Tomorrow is #EnvironmentSunday and we're encouraging you to join the Ashburton & Moorland Mission Community for their online family service on…

Pictures from the celebration of the Melanesian Brotherhood Founders Day - Ini Kopuria

Pictures from the celebration of the Melanesian Brotherhood Founders Day - Ini Kopuria

Companions to the Melanesian Brotherhood in @CofEDevon will hold their own online service tomorrow to remember Ini Kopuria, founder of the Melanesian…

Companions to the Melanesian Brotherhood in @CofEDevon will hold their own online service tomorrow to remember Ini Kopuria, founder of the Melanesian…

Around 400 + Brothers, Novices, Companions and supporters of the Brotherhood will join the pilgrimage today. Companions from Ghaubata, Tasimboko and…

Around 400 + Brothers, Novices, Companions and supporters of the Brotherhood will join the pilgrimage today. Companions from Ghaubata, Tasimboko and…

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Half English, Half Solomon May 21, 2020

Before her evacuation from the Solomon Islands, Project Trust volunteer, Ellen wrote this for the Anglican Church of Melanesia My time at St Stephen’s Community College, Pamua, has been better than I ever dreamed of. My friend Cerys and I arrived in Pamua at the end of August 2019 and… Read more

Cosimo Lewis with Melanesian Brothers at Chester Rest House
My Time With The Melanesian Brotherhood May 21, 2020

A little over a year ago, two members of the Melanesian Brotherhood came to my school to give a sermon during our morning chapel service. They talked about some of the history of the Brotherhood, the work it does now, and closed off by encouraging us to spend part of… Read more

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Archbishop Leonard Dawea – Easter Address April 16, 2020

SERMON DELIVERED ON EASTER SUNDAY APRIL 12TH, 2020 John 20: 1-18 – “New life begins while it was still dark” Alleluia, the Lord is risen – He is risen indeed, Alleluia. May I warmly welcome you all again to this Easter service. I am indeed delighted to welcome, on your… Read more

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Good Friday Message from Rt Revd James Tama April 14, 2020

To all good people of God (DOVNC) Greetings in the name of our risen Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I believe that each one of us has been preparing ourselves and our lives during this Lenten season. Particularly as we end this Lenten season and look towards our Easter celebration… Read more

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Village Sharing April 7, 2020

On the 1st of September 2019, I left the UK for Solomon Islands, where I spent six months living and experiencing the simplicity of everyday village life. In my village, different responsibilities belong to women, men, girls and boys. The girls learn their role from older women, and the boys… Read more

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Lenten Reflection – “The Wilderness Of Lent” April 2, 2020

Introduction Having entered another year, we started going through the liturgical seasons of our Christian calendar. We have now entered the season of Lent; the forty days preceding Easter. Lent is observed with fasting, almsgiving, acts of penance and other forms of disciplined spiritual devotion. It naturally inclined us to… Read more

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