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Greetings to all in the Holy Name of our Lord Jesus Christ. My name is Victor Pouesi and my wife is Salome Pouesi. Our three children Siuila, Tavita and Taeaofou. In the 23rd August 2002 we were called to work with our people in EFKS Mangere East Puaseisei. It is such a wonderful opportunity to meet with you on Face Book.
I. Brief History
Our Congregational Christian Church of Samoa at Mangere East Puaseisei welcomes you in sharing the Message of the Gospel through our Face Book Page. God gave our Church forefathers a great vision to start the FOUNDATION of our Church Community in JESUS CHRIST. According to one of our Pioneering Fathers our church started at the PIC Church at Massey Road. In the year 1973-1974 our church built the House of God on our new site 36 Winthrop Way, Mangere East. In the year 1975 Rev Manase Manase and Tuputala Manase completed and opened our First Church Building at 36 Winthrop Way Mangere East. The year 1986 Rev Elder Faigame Tagoilelagi and Iole Tagoilelagi continue as our second minister. In the year 2002 we ( Victor and Salome) continue the work up to now.
To continue to win souls for Jesus Christ through an practical ecumenical, evangelical and a revolutionary biblical and theological ministerial hermeneutics.
Various Ministry in our EFKS Mangere East.
I. Five Branches of Ministry
1. Sunday School ( Aoga Aso Sa)
Our Programs starts at 9:00 am every Sunday. Our Secretary is Mr Mulipola Tofiga and our Treasurer is Mrs Pualele Ai'i. We have more than 20 Sunday School Teachers. We have approximately 200 - 250 children in our Sunday School. Our yearly Calendar starts with our Bible Stories and Narrative Telling our Kids stories of the Bible and their relevance to our daily lives. Then we have our Samoan Language Pastor's School Exams in April where we put emphasis on our Samoan Language. Then by May to July we follow the booklet from our head office in Samoa or from the International Bible Re