Laity Committee of the Pacific
Comité des laïcs du Pacifique
Comité de Laicos del Pacifico
Laienausschusses für den Pazifik
as one of a number of regional networks within the framework of OIKOSNET. General Statement of Intent adopted 25 Aug 2000, Nuku'alofa (Tonga), at Pacific Laity Workshop. Previously referred to as Pacific Lay Leadership Network (PLLN).
Promote and strengthen lay participation through networking; empower laity through the sharing of information; promote ecumenical activities.Available with paid subscription only.
Joint activities: role of youth, men, women and children within local churches, national ecumenical councils and the whole Pacific region; youth exchange programme; women's programme; Sunday school programme; encouraging recruitment of lay men and women to attend lay training centres; utilizing local and national institutions in the region.
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Members in 9 countries
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