Construction teams needed to help renovate the building purchased to house the Fiji District Center. The vision is to renovate the multi-level building to accommodate the need for office space, a church/meeting hall, a large outdoor kitchen-space , and new restrooms. This also includes a renovation of the first floor to create dorm rooms to house about 30-40 pastors for short-term housing during their time of further education and pastoral training, as well as Work & Witness housing. With the recent effects of Cyclone Winston, the Fiji District sees an immediate need to create a place of respite for emergency relief during and after natural disasters. After renovations, the District Center will be able to provide a place of protection for the community, it will create a distribution center for disaster relief efforts, and provide interim housing for the pastoral staff on their district, giving them a chance to rebuild after the storm.


Phase 2 of the Fiji District Center Renovation project would consist of tearing down the old carport, pouring new cement, and building a new carport structure. Under the new carport we would build a new simple outdoor kitchen, with a sink, two gas burners, and a BBQ. This phase of the project is vital to the ministry done at the center. The outdoor kitchen will be used in conjunction with the outdoor multi-purpose gazebo space to be build in Phase 4 and the dorms built in Phase 1 and 3. ***Please note that our individual cost per day of $35 does not include the $3.25 per day for W&W Insurance.