Inaugural Samoan Wesleyan Methodis Church Qld Council

Inaugural Samoan Wesleyan Methodis Church Qld Council

At 12:30pm on Sunday 26 May 2013, the Council of Samoan Wesleyan Methodist Churches of Australia in Queensland (CSWMCAQ) held a special installation service to bless office bearers elected to administer its inaugural Council. The National and South Qld District Superintendent Rev. Rex Rigby, was keynote speaker bestowing special blessing of office bearers and bringing the message for the day from the Holy Word of God on the theme: “The Churches Mission”.

Pastors and leaders from five (5) Samoan local WM churches in Forest Lake, Inala, Southgate, Waterford and Northlakes all gathered to mark and celebrate this important milestone in the life of the Samoan WM local churches in South Queensland District. Those elected to offices for the CSWMCAQ are Rev. Risatisone Taufao as Chairperson, Rev. Kalepo Afemata as Vice Chairperson, and Pastor Sitika Satui as Secretary.

Local Samoan Wesleyan Methodist churches and pastors are:
Inala – Rev. Risatisone Taufao; Forest Lake – Pastor Sitika Satui, and Rev. Evile Pule; Southgate – Pastor Fa’alaeo ‘Umaga;
Waterford – Rev. Kalepo Afemata. There are also two new local churches being developed in North Lakes with Pastor Lemalu Tofa leading the work, and another in Goodna with Pastor Anamani Logo who is currently working alongside Rev. Kalepo Afemata develop the ministry in Waterford.

God is good! We are but mere servants in His vineyard. Praise be to His name now and forever more!

“For what we preach is not ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake. For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of God’s glory displayed in the face of Christ.” – 2 Corinthians 4: 5-6

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