Arriving Fiji 2018

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GOM Leaders Graeme and Jane, ready for another mission

The Golden Oldies Mission team return to Fiji for their 7th mission.

“Its about partnering with the Anglican and Christian Churches, along with associated Christian ministries, bringing Gods love for people the team meet”, say GOM leaders Graeme and Jane.

The team works in partnership with the Anglican Church of Polynesia Bible College/MAST in Fiji. The team of Caroline, Pate and Sepi, Dean, and Tekape with watchful oversight by GOM Co-founder Rev. Amy Chambers are ready for the next mission.

“We have been preparing and organising this mission for months, and its heart-warming to have these ‘Golden Oldies’ come to Fiji and encourage our people”, says Fiji GOM Leader Caroline.

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Fiji GOM Partners Caroline, Pate and Dean planning for the GOM arrival

This year, like

other years we

have Golden Oldies from all over NZ coming to experience, learn and serve. We have team members predominately ranging from 60-85-years old, and our average age is

70-years old.

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One of our Golden Golden Oldies Avila chatting to one the young ladies at a village church

We have two special ‘Golden Golden Oldies’ returning, Jill and Avila. Between them they have contributed in previous missions by sewing at the Orphanage, teaching in schools, preparing craft workshops, and spoken in front of groups of people.

‘We’re so looking forward to meeting our friends in Fiji and seeing how the Golden Oldies projects have developed” says 5-timer Golden Oldie Avila.

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Neville chatting to Village boys in a squatter settlement. The Village is developing micro-businesses and the team are supporting their development.

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Alison talks to a new mother. The Maternity Hospital has minimal medical equipment and the GOM and their supporters have fundraised to donate essential equipment to them

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