EFKS Vailoa Tai launches first musical compilation

The Congregational Christian Church of Samoa (CCCS) at Vailoa Tai released its very first musical compilation this weekend, collecting more than $SAT33,000 during a launch held on Friday night at the EFKS Youth Hall in Sogi.

The compilation of Church hymns titled “Pei ua susu ai matou loto nei” is a 12-track compact disc that will be made available to audiences in the United States and other parts of the world.

Head of State addresses 'Saints of Samoa' at devotional

Samoa Head of State His Highness Tui Aana Tuimalealiifano Vaaletoa Sualauvi II addressed the thousands of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who assembled at Pesega field Saturday night to hear their visiting Church leader President Russell M. Nelson speak.

The Head of State and his Masiofo Faamausili Leinafo Tuimalealiifano, both graduates of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa (CCCS) Theological College at Malua, were special guests of the devotional

LDS President Nelson: "Protect your children."

President Russell Marion Nelson, leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, urged Samoans to protect our children and families and to fortify our people by being anchored in the Scriptures,  during a two-hour devotional in Pesega Saturday night.

After an exciting welcome with droves of members lined up along the main road to greet him in the afternoon, thousands of Latter-day Saints came from near and far by the bus loads from villages like Safata and Sataoa, to hear him speak in the evening.

Maiava Directs Missionaries

USHERS: Missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from around the world and called to serve in Samoa, will usher attendees of the two-hour devotional hosted by LDS President Russell M. Nelson Saturday evening. Maiava Vi’iga Fuimaono briefs the Missionaries on Friday at Pesega field, where the devotional takes place.

Dear Oh Dear ……if at first it doesn’t work, there’s always Plan B.

It’s time the SSC retires the guy doing the PR on the public address system on board the Lady Samoa.

He talked himself silly on the first trip by the boat from Salelologa on Tuesday morning, trying to get people off from sitting on the stairs to the passenger deck.

He started off with a stern, bullying voice that fell on dead ears. A softer tone followed but by then the rebel passengers no longer cared.

Entry by ticket only to hear LDS President Nelson

Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are preparing for the Saturday arrival of President Russell M. Nelson in a number of ways.

Some members are helping with manual work at the LDS Headquarters in Pesega, others have been in choir practice for the past few weeks and many are getting ready to greet him on the roadsides when he travels from Faleolo International Airport through Pesega.

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