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Churches of Fiji
Christ (52%), Hindu (38%), Muslim (8%). The Agofi Shalom Assembly - Olosara Road, Sigatoka, PO Box 3697 - Samabula, Suva, PO Box 171, Nausori, - Stephen B. Singh - PO Box 16, Labasa, Christian Outreach Centre - 190 Renwick Road...., The Emmanuel Assembly of God, Nva, Navua, Evangelical Assembly of God - Kedrakulu, Sigatoka, - 19 Oneata St. - PO Box 5055, Raiwaga, Suva, Do you want your Evangelical Assembly to be noticed?
We can provide your cathedral with such a supplement. - In Box 366, Labasa, Dravuni Street 15, Lautoka, Lot 1 Bellup Rd, Catholic church Naisisili - Lautoka, Fiji - Tel: 6113227 - Email: - # 62 Main Street, Nausori, Salvation Army - Lautoka, Saweni, Sigatoka, Lomaivuna # Nadi, Vlevu... #
- No. 37 Queens Rd, Lami.....
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For many years until his pension, Norman Yee has been on our senior staff and is currently on our consulting group. He published his biography "Catching The Wind". He also tells his tale of his own pastoral experience, which is truly heartening when someone goes with the Lord. It can also be purchased in Fiji at the USP Book Centre, Suva or Devia Bookshop, Nadi.
Watch this Fiji LifeRunners at the Suva Marathon on August 8, 2015.
Christian Churches Meeting in Fiji
Fiji's Assembly of Churches of Christ is an association of several confessions in Fiji. ACCF's website described the work as "promoting and strengthening the member churches through their constituent visions, missions, goals, authorities and all related activities" with the aim of promoting "reconciliation, oneness, freedom and well-being in Fiji".
ACCF strongly denounced the military putsch that removed Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase's administration on 5 December 2006. Speaking on the occasion of the putsch, the chairman, Pastor Tuikilakila Waqairatu, said that the ACCF would resist the creation of a transitional state. Others cited him saying that the ACCF Declaration was "politically prejudiced and divinely flawed" and that it was duplicitous to resist this putsch after not succeeding in resisting the preceding putsch of George Speight in 2000.
ACCF's attendance at a December 2006 session of the Grand Council of Chiefs to debate the recent coup d'état was criticised by the armed forces. Previously, the ACCF was presided over by Pastor Ratu Epeli Kanaimawi, who was named High Commissioner of Fiji in Malaysia in August 2006. Fiji Sun on 30 August cited the army on the grounds that Kanaimawi was involved as a promoter of the 2000 civil coup led by George Speight.
The military on December 20, 2006 reported that it was examining a $20,000 donation to the ACCF by the ousted Prime Minister Qarase shortly before the May 2006 poll.