Eseta Waqabaca-Meneilly

Eseta Waqabaca-Meneilly

Eseta is a Fijian-born minister in the Uniting Church. She has been a member and convenor of the UCA Assembly Multicultural and Cross-cultural Reference Committee. Eseta trained as a kindergarten teacher in Melbourne before returning to Fiji with her husband Chris. She subsequently completed her education for ministry in Australia, where she has served churches in Melbourne and rural Victoria.  She has most recently served in multi-cultural Bendigo where she faced the challenges of weaving different cultural expectations together in a strategic rural city. Likewise, her creative cultural offerings have helped the Methodist Church in Fiji embrace reconciliation and healing. Eseta is currently working on her doctoral research through CTM in Melbourne.

Eseta will participate in a panel conversation about “Worship in a Multicultural Church” as well as co-leading our Friday evening worship which will reflect our multicultural identity as a church.

Interview with Eseta here.

Video Interview here.

#BuildingBridges – Rev. Eseta Meneilly from Uniting Church in Australia on Vimeo.

Worship in a Multicultural Church

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Worship in a Multicultural Church: Transforming Worship into Space for Grace

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Friday Evening Worship

  • 28 July 2017
  • 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Worship
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