Title Fiji: 1. Please give a general description of the current relationship between the Interim Government and the Methodist Church and its impact on the lives of Fijian Methodists. 2. What restrictions, if any, are placed on ordinary members of the Methodist Church? 3. Would a family member of a local church steward be at any greater risk of harm than any other ordinary member of the church? 4. Would a Minister in the Methodist Church of Fiji ever refer to himself as the ‘Chief Priest' of a ‘Church Circuit'?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 31 March 2010
Country Fiji
Topics Christian | Fijians | Methodist | Minorities | Religious persecution (including forced conversion)
Citation / Document Symbol FJI36386
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Fiji: 1. Please give a general description of the current relationship between the Interim Government and the Methodist Church and its impact on the lives of Fijian Methodists. 2. What restrictions, if any, are placed on ordinary members of the Methodist Church? 3. Would a family member of a local church steward be at any greater risk of harm than any other ordinary member of the church? 4. Would a Minister in the Methodist Church of Fiji ever refer to himself as the ‘Chief Priest' of a ‘Church Circuit'?, 31 March 2010, FJI36386, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f14237f2.html [accessed 19 April 2014]
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