• image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
Previous Next

CALL : +685 24414
FAX 20429
5th Floor John Williams Building
Tamaligi, Apia
email us button  

sulu icon



au leoleo icon


tusifaitau aso icon


autaumafai icon



efks museum1



JavaScript must be enabled in order for you to use Google Maps.
However, it seems JavaScript is either disabled or not supported by your browser.
To view Google Maps, enable JavaScript by changing your browser options, and then try again.

CALL : +685 24414
FAX 20429
5th Floor John Williams Building
Tamaligi, Apia

email us button

message of the day icon


Saturday 19 October
East, west, home's best


Read Zechariah 8:1–17
Thus says the Lord of hosts: I will save my people from the east country and from the west country; and I will bring them to live in Jerusalem. They shall be my people and I will be their God, in faithfulness and in righteousness. (verses 7–8)

At present, the plight of the displaced and dispossessed is never far away from our television screens and newspapers. Natural disasters, war and terrorism all contribute to forced migration of thousands of people. Many countries have been generous in their response and welcome for people seeking a place of respite. Church communities have been at the forefront in this effort, often in spite of vocal opposition from those who fear the influx of refugees. When a local community has problems of finding accommodation, there is concern about whether ‘outsiders’ should be given priority in housing and welfare. What is sometimes forgotten is that many refugees do not want to be here permanently – they want to live at home, in their own beloved lands.

In the midst of the gloom and doom of much of the news this summer there have been glimmers of hope. Iraqi Christians are returning to their homes – to cities in ruins, desecrated churches, and the task of reconstruction of buildings and community. It is remarkable that they are doing so in a spirit of reconciliation – speaking about forgiveness rather than revenge, and rejoicing in their return to the places where they have their roots. What great faith these ancient Christian communities have shown us! It is humbling to reflect on the faith and trust they have shown, in flight and in return, that they are and always will be

God’s people and that he is always with them to bring them home. † Father, increase my faith; strengthen my trust. When dark times come, keep me aware of your loving presence.  Amen.












Facility Rentals and Services / Pricing Guide


All fees include the use of the room, podium, microphone, audio – visual equipment, set - up and clean – up. There is an extra charge for the use of the Cafeteria.

Conference Room & Cafeteria

  • Conference Room - 5 - 150 ppl      
    • Half – day - $200
    • Full – day - $400
  • Cafeteria – 5 – 150 ppl                    
    • Half - day - $100
    • Full – day - $200
  • Wedding – 5 – 150 ppl                    
    • Full - Day - $500


Any place within museum compound.

  • Wedding photo   -    $150.00
  • Reunion photo    -     $150.00
  • Visitors                 -     $20.00

Entrance Fees

  • Adults                         -     $10.00
  • Children age 12 – 18 -     $5.00