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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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UK friends and Associates of the Community of the Sisters of Melanesia (CSM) are raising money to help the community build a replacement chapel at…

UK friends and Associates of the Community of the Sisters of Melanesia (CSM) are raising money to help the community build a replacement chapel at…

As we celebrated yesterday the life and legacy of Mary Sumner let’s pray today that God will continue to bless the work of Mothers’ Union all…

As we celebrated yesterday the life and legacy of Mary Sumner let’s pray today that God will continue to bless the work of Mothers’ Union all…

This Sunday 9th August is Mary Sumner Day, where we commemorate the lasting change brought about by the founder of our movement, Mary Sumner. Read…

This Sunday 9th August is Mary Sumner Day, where we commemorate the lasting change brought about by the founder of our movement, Mary Sumner. 

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So much pride and happiness in evidence at this morning’s flag-raising. Happy 40th Independence Anniversary #Vanuatu. Wishing you health, security…

So much pride and happiness in evidence at this morning’s flag-raising. Happy 40th Independence Anniversary #Vanuatu. Wishing you health, security…

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Do Justice: Justice is Action August 10, 2020

Minister General for the Society of St Francis, Brother Christopher John, writes about environmental justice. Franciscans are rightly concerned with the needs of the environment in which we live. Francis might have turned into the saint of birdbaths in popular thought, but his approach to creation was much richer than… Read more

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Diocese of Ysabel Holds its 16th Diocesan Synod August 10, 2020

More than 150 synod participants, observers and guests gathered at Kia Parish, in the Diocese of Ysabel (DOY) for their 16th Diocesan synod. The tri-annual meeting was officially opened on Sunday 26th and ended on Thursday 30th July. The 16th Diocesan synod brought together representatives of the Church, Government (both… Read more

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Climate Change – Unforeseen Effects on Diet and Health August 3, 2020

The impacts of climate change can be surprisingly far reaching, affecting families in unexpected and complex ways. Here, Tagolyn Kabekabe, the Anglican Alliance’s Pacific facilitator, talks about some of these impacts in the Solomon Islands, describing a chain of consequences that include a change in the types of diseases affecting… Read more

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New Chapel Appeal for The Community of the Sisters of Melanesia August 3, 2020

PLEASE HELP THEM RAISE MONEY FOR A MUCH NEEDED NEW CHAPEL The Community of the Sisters of Melanesia (CSM) is an order of women in the Anglican Communion. They train young women for ministry and mission and provide teaching, pastoral and social care plus prison ministry. They also give essential… Read more

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News from the ACoM Environment Observatory July 6, 2020

Communities in Solomon Islands have been identified to be particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and associated sea-level rise. Some evidence of these impacts is already visible. For example, the artificial island of Walande, located off the coast of South Malaita, has been submerged by rising sea-levels in… Read more

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The Side Effects of COVID-19 in The Solomon Islands July 6, 2020

Revd Sr Veronica reports on the ongoing impact of COVID-19 in the region. School children The most affected victims of COVID-19 in the Solomon Islands are the students in Honiara and on Guadalcanal. Their education has been disturbed, because schools are closed down and the government moved them to their… Read more

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