The survey conducted in February revealed an attendance drop and a positive growth in tithe.
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Despite a year ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic, members have shown faithfulness in returning their tithes and offerings.
South Pacific Division CFO Rodney Brady said the Church’s finances have taken a hit, but have so far withstood the pressures.
Offerings, however, are down on previous years, which could have an impact on the work of the Church.
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Despite a stagnant global economy, the South Pacific Division’s finances are in good shape.
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Tithe across the South Pacific Division rose by 11 per cent in 2018, the largest percentage increase in the past 10 years.