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Suva, Fiji


“Suva, Fiji,” Liahona, Oct. 2022.

The Church Is Here

Suva, Fiji

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World Map: Fiji
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Fiji: Street Scene

Photograph by Kyle Post

Fiji is a country where many cultures and ethnicities interact. The first baptism of a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Fiji took place in the capital city of Suva in 1953. Today, the Church in Fiji has:

  • 22,150 members (approximately)

  • 4 stakes, 51 wards and branches, 1 mission

  • 1 temple

At the Heart of the Gospel

In the remote mountain town of Nasivikoso, Iliseva Seitube and her husband, Tuivuna Manoa, rejoice in watching their children grow. Family relationships are at the heart of the gospel in Fiji and throughout the world.

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Fiji: Families at Home

More about the Church in Fiji

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Fiji: Pacific ministry tour - Audiences

A child waves the national flag as a greeting to welcome President Russell M. Nelson and other Church leaders to Fiji in 2019.

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Suva Fiji Temple

The Suva Fiji Temple was rededicated in 2016 by President Henry B. Eyring, Second Counselor in the First Presidency.

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Muslims and Latter-day Saints in the Pacific Are Committed and Caring Say Sister Eubank

Sister Rebecca L. Craven, Second Counselor in the Young Women General Presidency (center right), joins with sisters in Fiji following a devotional in 2019.

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Elder Rasband Ministers from “A to Z” during Visit to the Pacific

Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife, Melanie, met with leaders and members during a visit to Fiji in 2019.

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Fiji: Children Playing

Like children anywhere, kids in Fiji enjoying playing games and having fun.

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Fiji: Building Exteriors

Although Fiji has several large cities, many of the people live in small towns.

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Fiji: People at Church

In Fiji as in the Church worldwide, young men enjoy their association in the Aaronic Priesthood.

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Fiji: Pacific ministry tour - Speakers

President Russell M. Nelson speaks at a devotional in Fiji as part of his Pacific ministry tour in 2019.

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Fiji: Pacific ministry tour - On plane

Sister Wendy Nelson, President Russell M. Nelson, Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve, and Sister Susan Gong wave farewell after a devotional in Fiji in 2019.

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Administration to the Sick

Priesthood holders give a blessing to a sick boy in Fiji.

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Fiji: The Fruits of Faith

Like many tropical islands, Fiji is well known for beautiful sunsets.