Welcome to Navuloa Methodist Circuit
Navuloa Methodist Church Report: Message from the Ministers Desk
The theme of our church the Navuloa Methodist Church is ENHANCING THE MINISTRY IN THIS 21ST CENTURY WITH SERENITY THAT OFFERS PEACE, CALM AND HEAVENLY ENVIRONMENT.
The church was established to offer a peaceful environment into the community through sharing the love of our God to the members clearly and spiritually so that it brings PEACE AND JOY TO the members. In the last 2 years of being here as a leader of the flock, I have seen a great change in the assets that are being owned by the church but by the changed lives seen through the members of the church through the sharing of the Divine Love.
I have also seen the challenges are being faced by the members of our church that motivate us to go through these challenging times by trying certain platforms to minimize some of these issues faced by the church members.
Some of the challenges are: -- financial problems, unemployment, education/peer pressure from students, drugs related problems to youths, chaotic religious headlines, social influence New sects, Identity crisis, and lotu vanua. In this last few months almost one year past now that we are also going through the COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
This Pandemic is adding complexity to the challenges we are facing. The church is trying its best through the establishment of this platform to empower and connect our members to LOOK BEYOND THE HORIZON AND BE STEADFAST IN OUR FAITH.
WE ARE BEING BLESSED FOR HAVING A COMMUNICATION COMMITTEE THAT IS TRULY COMMITTED TO THEIR WORK, IRRESPECTIVE OF THE CHALLENGES THEY FACED INDIVIDUALLY. I DO HOPE THAT THIS PLATFORM THAT WE ARE INTRODUCING WILL BE OF GREAT HELP SPIRITUALLY AND LITERALLY TO OUR STUDENTS WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM THIS PANDEMIC. MAY WE ALL BE VICTORIUS IN OUR WALK WITH THE LORD.
GOD BLESS US ALL.
Media and Communications
This team was built to sow the seeds and bring to fruition the dream of both our Circuit Reverend and our Church Catechist.
Education is one of key components of the Methodist Church in Fiji's role whether it be formal or non formal.
The role of the SS & CC is to create initiatives direct, monitor, coordinate and a mouthpiece to advise the Bose ko Viti and the senior administrators of the church on social services.
The Pastoral Counselling team takes up the role of the shepherd as it is called to looked after flock within the fold and to go out and seek the lost ones.
26th Anniversary of our Church Circuit
Message from our Circuit Minister - Rev Joeli Vunilawa
Ni sa bula vinaka na lewe ni noda Tabacakacaka ko Navuloa. Au sa kidavaki keda tiko ena Yaca ni Kalou na Tamada kei na Luvena kei na Yalo Tabu. Sa cabeta ko Navuloa nai ka 26 ni yabaki ni nona vakaitalatala, kau sa kenai ka vitu ni Talatala.
E ulutaga raraba tiko ni nodai lakolako voli mai sai koya. Na noda veivakaukauwataki ki na veiqararavi ena yalo galala ka vinaka qai savasava me solia na bula sautu kei na vakacegu ena dua na vuravura vaka lomalagi - ( Enhancing the Ministry in this 21st Century with Serenity that offers Peace, Calm and Heavenly Environment)
E yavutaki na i ulutaga qo ena nona vosa na Daunisame ena Same 24:3,4 kei na Maciu 5:8 'Sa kalougata ko ira sa yalosavasava ni ra na raica na Kalou'
Na Taro levu me da na taroga enai ka ruasagavulu ka ono (26th) ni yabaki qo - Ena rawa li ni da vakasavasavataki keda kei na nodai lakolako?
E da sa bolei na Dauniveiqaravi ena noda raica vakavinaka tale mada na yavu eda sa mua tiko kina ni kua.
E levu nai tuvatuva sa davo oti me baleti keda ia au via laveta ni kua ni yavu vinaka duadua ni noda rawata na bula savasava ka na vakalomalagi tikoga kina noda vuravura se environment oya na noda sa segata vakamatua sara na lewe ni Tabacakacaka ko Navuloa me da cabe tiko kina ulunivanua ni Kalou. E cavuta tiko na Same 121 na vosa talei o ya - 'Au na tacake tikoga kina ulunivanua sa taka mai kina na noqui vukevuke'
Na gagadre ni tubu kina bula savasava sa cavuta tiko na Tui ko Tevita ni dau tacake tikoga kina ulunivanua; kei Eparama ni a ka ya vei Loti mai me noqu na ulunivanua ena Vakatekivu 19.
Ena sega ni na tubu me savasava na lotu ena veika vakaiyau se na levu ni tamata vuku, ena tubu ga ni da cabe wasoma kina ulunivanua I Jiova.
Sa na dredre sara ni na rawati na veiqaravi savasava ka yalovinaka ke sa yali vei keda na gadreva me da bulataka na bula savasava. Me da sa tu vata ka yalovata nida segata me yaco na veivakasavasavataki ena loma ni Lotu ena Tabacakacaka ko Navuloa. Dua tale me da laveta cake nai vakatagedegede ni noda veiqaravi o keda eda sa kacivi, me tekivu mai ena Siga Dina.
Eda sa na vakadruka kina na vakasama vaka Secularism kei na Post Modernism, ni laveta cake nai vakatagedegede ni noda veitalanoa ka da rai matua tikoga ki na ulunivanua.
Au sa nuitaka ni na veivakauqeti vei keda nai tukutuku lekaleka oqo.
MO NI KALOUGATA KA QAQA TIKO NA NODA I VAVAKOSO E NA KENA VAKANANUMI NI YABAKI RUASAGAVULU KA ONO (26th) EDAIDAI.
Vinaka saka vakalevu.
St Francis of Asissi
"God grant me the serenity to accept the things i cannot change,the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference."
What We Believe
At the Heart of Everything We Do
As devoted members of Navuloa Methodist Circuit, we are constantly pursuing the calling to be fully devoted followers of Christ. To build a true heaven on Earth, we live life based on the teachings of the Bible, are passionate about prayer and are grounded in spiritual accountability. If you are interested in joining our Church, please reach out. We would love for you to join us on our journey
Come and Worship With Us
Monday: Youth Fellowship – 8pm – 9.30pm
Tuesday: Women’s Fellowship – 10am – 12pm
Wednesday: Cell Group Meeting’s – 7.30pm – 9pm
Thursday: Choir Practice – 7.30pm – 9pm
Friday: Rallies and Cell Group Meeting’s
Saturday: Morning Prayer Service – 6am – 7.30am
Sunday: Morning Prayer Service – 6am – 7.30am
Sunday School – 8am – 9.30am
Midday Service – 10.30am – 12pm
Afternoon Service – 4.30pm – 6pm
Men’s Fellowship – after 4.30pm
Choir Practice – after Men's Fellowship