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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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We are delighted to reveal our summer July/August parish magazine, which is now available to view online. This month's edition includes an update on…

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Bishop of DOVNC, the Rt Rev James Tama, with Vanuatu Disaster Relief Team
ACoM Vanuatu Disaster Team Visits Pentecost July 2, 2020

A six-member team from the ACoM Office in Vanuatu and Diocese of Vanuatu & New Caledonia (DOVNC) are currently in Pentecost following reports received from the devastation caused by Tropical Cyclone Harold in April 2020. Team Leader Fr. Benjamin Tosiro said: “During the visit, the team will be running training… Read more

Remembering Sister Helen Barrett July 2, 2020

MMUK friend and film maker Alex Leger, sent his memories of Sister Helen Barrett following the tribute in our Summer 2020 Melaneisa News. I was very sad to read that Sister Helen had died but at 98 she had quite a long innings. I last saw her in 2000 in… Read more

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Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on Families in the Solomon Islands June 18, 2020

The COVID-19 Pandemic, needless to say, is having a huge impact on the lives of people, families, communities and the nation, as it is globally. At the outset, the State of Emergency placed on the country, as declared by His Excellency the Governor General Sir David Vunagi and the Prime… Read more

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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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