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The Catholic Church was established in Fiji in 1863. There is now an Archdiocese of Suva whose website is: http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/diocese/dsuva.html.
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The Catholic Church was established in Fiji in 1863. There is now an Archdiocese of Suva whose website is: *http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/diocese/dsuva.html.
  
The Assembly of Christian Churches in Fiji (ACCF) is a ministry to encourage support and strengthen member churches through its constituted vision, mission, objects, powers and all related activities. Its goal is to facilitate reconciliation, unity, peace, and prosperity in Fiji. Their website is: http://dedwin01c.internetfiji.com/csd/acfc.aspx
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The Assembly of Christian Churches in Fiji (ACCF) is a ministry to encourage support and strengthen member churches through its constituted vision, mission, objects, powers and all related activities. Its goal is to facilitate reconciliation, unity, peace, and prosperity in Fiji. Their website is:  
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* http://dedwin01c.internetfiji.com/csd/acfc.aspx
  
 
The Methodist Church sent missionaries to Fiji in 1835.
 
The Methodist Church sent missionaries to Fiji in 1835.
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1954 was the year LDS missionaries were sent to Fiji.
 
1954 was the year LDS missionaries were sent to Fiji.
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Latest revision as of 02:44, 17 August 2008

The Catholic Church was established in Fiji in 1863. There is now an Archdiocese of Suva whose website is: *http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/diocese/dsuva.html.

The Assembly of Christian Churches in Fiji (ACCF) is a ministry to encourage support and strengthen member churches through its constituted vision, mission, objects, powers and all related activities. Its goal is to facilitate reconciliation, unity, peace, and prosperity in Fiji. Their website is:

The Methodist Church sent missionaries to Fiji in 1835.

Hindi and Islam were introduced in 1879 when Inidan immigrants were brought to Fiji to work in the sugar cane industry.

1954 was the year LDS missionaries were sent to Fiji.


 

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