St Agnes Mothers Union Transit House caters for the budget traveller, offering great value for money with very clean and tidy accommodation in the centre of Honiara. The Melanesian Mission was founded in 1849 when George Augustus Selwyn, first Bishop of New Zealand, visited the Solomon Islands. A few years later, John Coleridge Patterson joined him and was consecrated first Bishop of Melanesia on St. Matthias’ Day, 1861. The Mothers’ Union was founded on the islands of Santa Isabel and Malaita in 1930 and 1931. Flourishing branches developed in both places, and later extended through the country.
The development of the Mothers’ Union has helped to transform the lives of the people, through their faith-strengthening Christian ideals of marriage and motherhood. The Transit House in Honiara provides accommodation for rural members attending courses and also provides accommodation for visitors passing through Honiara from overseas. Clean kitchens and comfortable lounge areas with television are available for each wing shared by 4 rooms. Office and laundry facilites are on the ground floor.
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