Paese Papali’i, Mosi Pesa ma Roena Viliamu o nisi o talavou na auai i le Konefernisi i Aukilani,
lea na atagia ai le tele o le sao o talavou mo le atina’e ina o le Fa’atuatuaga.
The participation of Youth has been a prominent feature of all the conference. Here are some
Youth from Samoa who attended the Auckland conference.
Fepuari 06, 2009
Feast of Dominion
Tausamiga o le
A Publication by the National Spiritual Assembly of Samoa - Intended for Bahá’ís only
Nusipepa Bahá’í Fepuari 06, 2009 - BE 165
In a message to the regional conference held recently in Auckland,
New Zealand the Universal House of Justice urged all the believers in our
region to put aside all misgivings and undeflected distractions, and to offer
our wholehearted support to the accomblishment of our goals during the
remaining months of the Five Year Plan. “Sacrifice of time and resources is
required for success to be achieved,” the House of Justice said.
Close to 1,700 Baha’is from 10 countries and island groups in the
Pacific attended this historic event, one of the 41 regional conferences
around the world called for by the Supreme Body in its message of October
20, 2008. Baha’is from New Zealand, the Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, New
Caledonia and the Loyalty Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Hawaii and
French Polynesia and Vanuatu gathered at the Pacific Center in Manukau to
celebrate their achievements so far and to plan and set goals for the accom-
plishment of 1,500 intensive programs of growth before the end of the Plan.
There were also visitors from Australia, North America, the Phillipines,
United Kingdom & Chile.
Representing the House of Justice were two members from the In-
ternational Teaching Center Mr. Stephen Hall and Mrs. Zenaida Ramirez.
Also present were six members of the Continental Board of Counselors of
I lana malelega mo le koneferenisi sa
tauaofia i le vaiaso talu ai i Aukilani, Niu Sila sa
toe fautuaina malosi ai e le Maota o le