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Fiji Methodists ‘Song of Solidarity’ Appeal

December 4, 2009

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Fiji August '08 009Our friends in Fiji are currently experiencing a period of political and social turmoil, and are in need of help. The current situation is especially having an effect on the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma, with whom the Uniting Church of Australia has worked with for over 160 years.

The Uniting Church of Australia made a decision on 20 July 2009 during its 12th Assembly to convey support to the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma. In launching the Song of Solidarity Appeal, UnitingWorld is giving continued expression to this call.

Arising from months of discussions with the Fiji Methodists, UnitingWorld is calling for donations to assist in areas of need such as the nurture of ecumenical and inter-faith relationships, and building leadership skills for an increasingly ethnically diverse country.

President of the Uniting Church in Australia, Rev Alistair Macrae personally pledged support of the Uniting Church of Australia. “There are emerging opportunities for very practical ways that we can show our care. I strongly encourage you to support this appeal,” said Macrae.

Click here if you wish to make a secure donation online to this appeal, or call 1800 000 331.

Click here to download the full brochure.

Click here to see a full list of our Church Solidarity programs.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Mark Manning permalink
    December 4, 2009 12:17 PM

    The power of prayer is all encompassing and the leaders of all the faiths should stand united with their various congregations and pray together to bring about an end to this oppressive, demonic Regime.

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    December 4, 2009 12:33 PM

    I’ll be thinking of all Fijians tomorrow, the 5th. of December 2009 !

  3. Mark Manning permalink
    December 4, 2009 12:33 PM

    R.I.P. in God’s care now :-
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    This article confirms what we already suspected, that Frank Bainimarama and his fellow soldiers are a result of inbreeding.
    This quite likely explains the behaviour of all in the Regime ! :-
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    I think Reeves is becoming deluded too !
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    By the way, not only should men not hit children and women, but women should not hit children and men either.
    No one should be hitting anyone, it’s called assault !

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