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April 22, 2021
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Churches Hold Service for 2015

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By Judith Kasek – EM TV, Port Moresby

2014 has been full of events for Papua New Guinea’s, politically, socially and spiritually. There is a lot to be thankful for and a lot to be grateful for. 

While the general public will be having celebrations to welcome the New Year, Churches in the Nation’s Capital will be having an evening service to end the year and welcome 2015.

2014 can be described as an eventful year, not just for individuals, but for the country as a whole.

Many end the year and welcome the new year with celebrations, it is also a time to be thankful for the many blessings one has received. 

Some Churches in the Nation’s capital and around the country will be having evening service today to mark the end of the year and to welcome the new year. 

Rev. Sir Samson Lowa, Senior Minister of the Sioni Kami Memorial Church in Port Moresby, said there will be a service this evening to reflect on the year and prepare for 2015.

Other churches like the St. Joseph Catholic Parish in Boroko will be having mass tomorrow to welcome the new year.

Fr. Kevin Dance, St. Joseph Parish Priest, said there will be a mass tomorrow morning as security has been an issue for many parishioners who attend the evening mass.

He also added that due to only half the congregation turning up for the Christmas mass, the service will be held tomorrow.

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