A Remembrance Sunday Commemoration Service in memory of soldiers who died in wars in order for people to live in freedom in a peaceful world was held at Tonga’s Cenotaph, Pangai Si’i, Nuku’alofa, yesterday November 12 on a beautiful sunny morning. Tonga’s King Tupou VI attended the Commemoration Service for the first time since he ascended the Tongan throne earlier this year.
Tonga is a jewel in the Pacific and is greatly loved by God. Because God loves Tonga, He wants to prosper and bless the nation far above what we can imagine. - Pastor Brian Steele.
White Faka-Sepitema this morning saw hundreds of women members of the Church of Tonga and the Free Wesleyan Church gathering in Nuku’alofa for their annual roll call. Photos by Linny Folau.
Hindus have cautiously welcomed new directive of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) that “Those whose names are submitted for proxy temple ordinances should be related to the submitter”.
Eleven Tongan students graduated from the Laidlaw Theological College in Auckland, New Zealand on December 10, with certificates, diplomas and degrees.
Thousands of spectators filled the grandstand at Teufaiva Stadium on Sunday evening for the annual “One Tonga - Glorifying God in Song” concert, this year attracting 19 youth choirs who filled the night with praise.