After a long-planned initiative of building a church multi-purpose hall, the Vanuatu Seventh Day Adventist Mission has finally witnessed its dream come true during the official opening ceremony of the Epauto Multi-purpose hall last Friday at the Freshwater area.
President of the Vanuatu SDA Mission, Pastor Nos Terry said that the Multi-purpose Hall is purposely for hosting the church big meetings and forums.
Ps. Terry said that over the past years, the Mission has always acquired areas in various communities to host its meetings. He further said that one challenge faced is the weather condition, especially during the rainy season.
He added the hall is believed to be the biggest in the country which caters up to 5-6000 people. This will allow everyone to be present during meetings and conferences.
The President confirmed to Daily Post that the Multi-purpose hall will not only host church meetings and forums but is also open to the public.
He stated that rent venues can be discussed with the Mission at its head office.
He said the Hall will benefit the church future program and activities it wishes to carry out.
He was very happy of the milestone the church has achieved and acknowledges the South Pacific SDA mission, Vanuatu SDA Mission, executive members, Head Mission in Australia, SDA South Pacific Union and local architects and engineers for assisting with the completion of the biggest Multi-purpose Hall project in Vanuatu.
The occasion saw church leaders, guest speakers and members attend the ceremony to witness the official opening and launching of the Epauto Multi-purpose Hall.
The ceremony saw guests giving out speeches to mark the event, along with choir groups entertaining the night away.
The ceremony ended with the unveiling of the Multi-purpose Hall name followed by a closing prayer with refreshments for everyone.
The Multi-purpose hall can be used for weddings, trainings, graduations and the general public can enquire for use.