Hundreds in town for church meet

By Diedre Fanene ,

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TOGETHERNESS: Members of the S.I.S.D.A.C. Congregation happily march through the streets of Apia.

TOGETHERNESS: Members of the S.I.S.D.A.C. Congregation happily march through the streets of Apia.

The Samoan Independent Seventh Day Adventist Church (S.I.S.D.A.C) conference ended yesterday.

But not before the hundreds of church members who are in Samoa for their annual conference marched through Apia with dancing and singing.

The parade, held on Monday, started from the Fire and Emergency Services Authority and headed towards the Church’s Headquarter at Saleufi. Leader of S.I.S.D.A.C Worldwide, Pastor Willie Papu, said hundreds of church members from overseas were keen to be part of the conference because they also wanted to see their multi-million-tala new building.

“It’s wonderful to see that the church has grown,” he said. Since 24 December 2015, the church’s conference has been focusing on leadership, evangelism and other areas to strengthen the faith of members. Here are some more photos from the march on Monday.

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