SKITS, songs and creative expression were the order of the evening as students, family and friends of Suva Adventist College in Fiji took to the stage.
The stage was brought to life with a colourful backdrop and messages that inspired a jam-packed Suva Civic Centre on Sunday night. College principal Uma More said the concert was a way of saying thank you to the community.
Having a sister college is unique. It gives us an opportunity to learn from each other.
“This is our way of thanking people who provide support to us from family, friends to people along the way like bus drivers,” he said.
“We hope that the words of the songs and skits provide peace of mind and that people will be inspired to have a loving relationship with Christ.”
Students from their sister school from New South Wales in Australia, Kempsey Adventist School, also performed.
Mr More said the all the acts were performed by the students.
“This year we included our sister school and the local community from as far as Navua and the local churches,” he said.
“Having a sister college is unique. It gives us an opportunity to learn from each other,” said Mr More.
“Our School plans to visit Kempsey Adventist School sometime in the future.”