Apia Harvest Centre Bible College

Apia Harvest Centre Bible College


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“Equipping the saints in the Word of God and in the Spirit of God to impact the Church, Cities and Nations”

Operating as usual

Photos from APTA - Asia Pacific Theological Association's post 10/09/2021

Blessed to be a part of the “Equipping Churches for a Changing World” online conference this week, under the auspices of the AsiaPacific TheologicalAssociation, to which our Apia Harvest Centre Bible College is accredited.

Our principal, Shorley Mariner, was our representative.

The theme of the conference focused on the need to connect theological education & pastoral and church ministry especially in light of cultural, technological, political and generational changes happening all over the 🌏.

"The leader must first be transformed to be transformational" - Dr. David Lim, APTA

Photos from Apia Harvest Centre Bible College's post 22/08/2021

📣 Reminder to all our students:

We are resuming classes tonight, Mon 2️⃣3️⃣rd August at 6pm.

We are looking forward to seeing you all back! Come ready & expecting.

God bless 💛

Apia Harvest Centre Bible College updated their business hours. 16/08/2021

Apia Harvest Centre Bible College updated their business hours.

Apia Harvest Centre Bible College updated their business hours.

Timeline Photos 25/03/2021

Ps Lottie Penn-Fata, Dean Academic Studies and Shorley Mariner, Principal, attending SQA PSET Annual Conference at Taumeasina Island Resort, 25-26, March, 2021.


Tatalaina Resitala mo le tausaga aoga 2021.

E valaau faaaloalo atu le Aoga Tusi Paia a le Apia Harvest Centre i Togafuafua. Ua avanoa nei le tatou ofisa mo le resitalaina o suafa o i latou ua fia aotauina.

A*o 1 - 7 o Fepuari, o le tatou Faamasani.
E amata vasega i le a*o 8 o Fepuari.
A*o Gafua i le A*o Tofi i vaia*o taitasi,
Mai le 6 p.m i le 8:30 p.m i le afiafi.

O le faanaunautaiga o lenei aoga
Ia aoaoina tagata mo le galuega a Le Atua
E ala i le iloa vaevae tonu o Afioga a Le Atua.

Mo nisi o faamatalaga faafesootai mai le numera ma le imeli ua auina atu.
Office #25051 / Sr. Shorley Mariner: 7572991 / [email protected]


Registration is now open for 2021

The Apia Harvest Centre Bible College at Togafuafua registration is now open.
Orientation week will be held on the 1st - 5th February 2021.
Classes begin on the 8th of February 2021 and will be held from Monday to Thursday weekly; 6pm to 8:30pm.
For Further information please contact the numbers and email below:
Office #25051 / Sr. Shorley Mariner: 7572991 / [email protected]


Few photos from our End of Year dinner tonight.
Thank you Lord for your hand of favour and provision upon our College this year.
Thank you to everyone who were involved in College this year and had supported us in one way or another.

Our Classes will resume in February 2021.
For more information please direct message us.
Happy holidays and God bless.


Thank you Lord for your Word.
Thank you Ps Vui Sebastian Mariner for your teaching this week. All are called to the Helps Ministry.
A true Helper is one whose heart God has touched.
Helping others means being unselfish.

[10/20/20]   Talofa everyone,

Greetings to you all in the wonderful and mighty name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour!

Our Bible College school year is drawing to an end. Despite major disruptions to our normal schedule throughout the year due to COVID-19, which led to the cancellation and rescheduling of many school activities planned for 2020, we praise God for His mercy and love which have carried us to the end of another school year.

And though we experience every kind of pressure, we’re not crushed. At times we don’t know what to do, but quitting is not an option. (2 Cor 4:8)

To testify to the goodness of God even during challenging times, we would like to share that the Samoa Qualifications Authority has endorsed and approved in July 2020 our Level II Certificate in Theological Studies.

This week, we conclude our school year with a Seminar on: The HELPS MINISTRY.
Speaker: Ps Vui Sebastian Mariner
Dates: Monday 19 October to Wednesday 21
Time: 6pm to 8:30pm
Free Registration.
All old pupils, current and prospective students, families and friends of the College welcome.
For more information direct message us.

This Seminar activity is in line with our vision:
To equip the saints for the work of ministry, and our mission: Study to show yourself approved unto God, a workman that needs not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth (2 Tim 2:15)

Thank you and God Bless.
BC Admin Committee.


To all students for 2020 and teaching staff,
Please refer to State of Emergency Orders NOTICE below.There will be NO classes until the Order is lifted.
Please continue to pray and fast for our nation in these very challenging times.
Signed by
Principal and your Bible College Admin Committee


GOVT. PRESS SECRETARIAT; A State of Emergency has been declared in Samoa in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global crisis.

His Highness, the Head of State, Afioga Tuimaleali’ifano Va’aletoa Sualauvi II pursuant to Article 106 of the Constitution and at the advice from Cabinet approved the following orders to go into effect at 12:00 midnight Saturday 21st March 2020.

1. National fasting and prayer:
A national period of fasting and prayer is to be observed by every family in Samoa from Sunday 22 March 2020 until Saturday 29 March 2020 from 6.00am – 12.00pm daily.

2. International travel:
(1) All international travelers, travelling to Samoa are prohibited from entering Samoa unless:
(a) the traveler is a returning citizen or resident of Samoa; and
(b) that returning resident or citizen has undergone a has undergone a COVID-19 test 5 days before entering Samoa.
(2) There shall be only 3 flights between Samoa and New Zealand, for each carrier and each carrier must not exceed carriage of 490 passengers per week to Samoa.
(3) There shall be only 1 flight between Samoa and Australia per week.
(4) The following flights are suspended until further notice – between:
(a) Samoa and Tonga;
(b) Samoa and Fiji;
(c) Samoa and American Samoa.
(5) All travel plans for overseas countries under the sea*onal worker schemes which includes RSE, SWP, PLS) is hereby stopped until further notice.
(6) All travel plans for overseas countries for scholarship purposes are hereby stopped until further notice.

3. Domestic travel:
(1) All operators of Public transport (buses) are ordered to cease operation until further notice.
(2) Travel between Upolu and Savaii is reduced to travel weekly on the following days:
(a) Sundays;
(b) Wednesdays;
(c) Fridays.

4. Public gatherings:
(1) There shall be no public gathering of more than 5 people at any public place.
(2) There shall be no public gatherings of any sort which include but are not limited to:
(a) Church gatherings;
(b) Sports events;
(c) Entertainment gatherings.
(3) All nightclubs, bars, theatres or any public place people accustom for social gatherings are to be closed.
(4) All people are prohibited from gathering at airports or wharves unless it is for permitted travel.

5. Public transport:
(1) The operation of public transport such as buses and vans that carry more than 5 people are prohibited.
(2) Operators of public transport that carry 5 people or less are permitted to continue operation.
(3) Travel between Upolu and Savaii is restricted to three days a week as follows:
a. Sundays
b. Wednesdays
c. Fridays.

6. Markets:
(1) The Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele markets, and all other flea markets or any market which the public have access to, are only permitted to open from 6.00am – 4.00pm after which a curfew will be in force from 4.00pm to 6.00am daily.
(2) Every person is required to return home by 4.00pm and are not permitted to sleep at any market.

7. Street vendors
(1) There shall be no selling of any goods beside roads, street, culverts or footpaths.
(2) Children selling goods in public is strictly prohibited.

8. Schools:
(1) All schools are to close until further notice.

9. Access to Health Facilities:
(1) All persons of the age of 60 and above are to remain at home and must not move out and about in public, unless he or she is seeking medical attention at any health facility.
(2) All persons are prohibited from accessing any health facility unless he or she is seeking medical attention at any health facility.
(3) A person that is admitted to the hospital may:
a. only have one carer to tend to him or her; and
b. only be visited by 2 people at any one time.
(4) All patient care intended for travel overseas under the Samoa Medical Treatment Scheme are hereby suspended until further notice.

10. Restriction for Government services:
(1) The Public Service Commission (“Commission”) is to determine conditions in which employees are to continue working under, with the objective of ensuring minimal spread of infection.
(2) The Commission’s conditions shall apply to all Government Ministries and Public Bodies.
(3) All Government trips overseas are hereby suspended until further notice.

11. Ministry of Health duties:
The Ministry of Health shall ensure to implement awareness programmes for the prevention of the spread the COVID-19.

12. Samoa Police Service:
The Samoa Police Service shall implement this Order.

13. Special Powers of Government Chief Executive Officers:
All Chief Executive Officers of Government Ministries and Public Bodies are empowered to exercise their statutory functions, duties and powers provided under any legislation, or administrative functions for the implementation of the Sector Preparedness and Response Matrix Consolidated for Coronavirus Pandemic.

14. Financing:
The financing of the implementation of this Order shall be funded by the appropriate budget approved by the Government.

This Order remains in force as long as the Proclamation of Emergency is in force.


To all new students,
Returning students 2020,
Teaching staff,
Friends and families of our College,
Please Join us tomorrow and whole week, from 6pm to 8pm for our Seminar.
Guest Speakers Prophet Les and Ps Lorraine Dowie will be sharing the Word of God!

Join us on a Prophetic week at Apia Harvest Centre Church.

[03/02/20]   School Year 2020 Notice

Talofa families, friends, colleagues and returning students, our Bible College will start it's Orientation this week and classes will start next week.
Call in to our office and join us this year!
Our opening hours are from 5 to 9pm Mon to Thur.
Direct message us for more information.
God bless.


Apia Harvest Centre Church

Apia Harvest Centre Church ordains new Senior Pastor

The Apia Harvest Centre Church at Togafuafua has embarked on a new chapter in its journey, with the ordination of their new Senior Pastor on Saturday 8th February, 2020.

Pastor Amosa Pouoa and his wife Sarah, have taken over the leadership of the Apia Harvest Centre Church, following the passing last year of Reverend Dr. Fa’afetai Fata, who was at the helm with his wife, Pr. Lottie, since the church began in 1997.

Reverend Taei Ti’eti’e of the Assemblies of God in Samoa officiated the ordination service, while the Word was delivered by the Superintendent of the AOG in Samoa, Reverend Dr. Tavita Pagaialii.

Pr Amosa’s appointment comes after he has served as an Associate Pastor of the Apia Harvest Church for six years. He is a graduate of the Apia Harvest Centre Bible College, where he is now also serving as a lecturer. The 45-year-old is a Civil Engineer by profession.

Pastor Amosa is a father of four and runs several businesses with his wife Sarah. He is from the village of Lufilufi and is the son of Lea*oiloafaleupolu Pouoa Fuioa and Fetuoleava Amosa Pouoa.

Apia Harvest Centre Church has about 200 members and is part of the Assemblies of God in Samoa.

It is a multicultural church that offers services in English, on Sunday mornings, and in Samoan, on Sunday evenings.

Its mission is to "Build up strong families in the Word & Spirit of God to impact the church, cities and nations.”

The Apia Harvest Centre Church also runs the Apia Harvest Bible College, and is the home of Samoa Teen Challenge, an organization that deals with at-risk youths and young offenders.

Pastor Amosa and Sarah will be overseeing all these, with the support and help of the Pastoral team.



We serve a miracle working God!
Love and prayers for our nation of Samoa during this challenging time.

Apia Harvest Centre Church offers its condolences to the families of all those who have passed away due to the measles outbreak. We pray for God’s comfort and peace over your families at this difficult time.

We also pray for those who are affected by measles, while acknowledging the hard work of everyone involved in efforts to rid Samoa of this disease.

We stand in solidarity with our leaders and the Government of Samoa in support of the current State of Emergency (SOE) as has been declared.

In adhering to the conditions of the SOE, where it states that: 6)(a) all organized public gatherings must not include the presence of children up to the age of 19; we would like to notify that all our Youth & Children’s Ministries' activities are cancelled until further notice.

Our Sunday services will still continue as usual for now, at 10am (English service) and at 5pm (Samoan service).

We pray for God’s healing power over our nation as we continue to stand firm in His promises as outlined in:
Psalm 103:2-5
Bless the LORD, O my soul, And forget not all His benefits:
Who forgives all your iniquities, Who heals all your diseases,
Who redeems your life from destruction,
Who crowns you with loving kindness and tender mercies,
Who satisfies your mouth with good things,
So that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.

May God continue to bless our beloved nation of 🇼🇸!
Apia Harvest Centre Church 💜


Apia Harvest Centre Church


'Double Decade of Open Heavens' Conference Samoa, is scheduled to start next week 15-17 August, 2019, hosted by Apia Harvest Centre Church.
All students are encouraged to register as seats are limited.
For more information please direct message us or on Apia Harvest Centre Church page.


Dr Jonathan David is known to be a pioneer and trailblazer in the Prophetic Movement NOW. He is accurate in prophetic ministry, with a unique teaching mantle. The prophetic ministry has brought him the favour of God and his prophetic accuracy has been instrumental to set many national leaders on course towards their destiny and God-given assignment. Dr. Jonathan David will be the main speaker for the Double Decade of Open Heaven Samoa Conference 2019.

The five dimensions of the Holy Spirit:
1. The Kairos Moment of His Double Decade
2. The Concepts of the Open Heavens
3. The Need for Prophetic Precision
4. The Blessings of the Strategic Position
5. The Demonstration of the Holy Spirit with Power

These five dimensions;
i. will become the foundation for the ministry of the spirit and the Word.
ii. will be the cornerstone for accurate and complete adjustment and alignment of all that is built on earth in His name.
iii. will bring God and the spiritual realm nearer to the minister of the new covenant.
iv. will give us stature, wisdom, understanding and revelation knowledge.
v. will release the keys to unlock every door of heaven and the power to shut out Hell.
vi. will become your keys to victory and breakthroughs.

15-17 August 2019 – Conference
• 8am – 12pm Morning Session
• 12pm – 1:30pm Lunch break
• 1:30pm – 4:30pm Afternoon Session

Apia Harvest Centre Church – Togafuafua

• Local Participants - SAT$100
• Pacific Island - SAT$200
• Others - (NZD200, AUD200, USD200)

Limited space available... Book Now

• Ps. Inu Amosa Pouoa - 7754015
• Sis. Shorley Mariner - 7572991
• Br. Auapaau Fata Fiaui - 7771166


Apia Harvest Centre Church

It is with deep sadness that the Apia Harvest Centre Church at Togafu’afu’a, Samoa, announces the passing away of our Senior Pastor, Reverend Dr. Fa’afetai Fata. Our dear Pastor Fa’afetai, affectionately referred to as “dad”, was called home during the early hours of Monday 08th July 2019 at Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand. Arrangements for the final celebrations of his life and resting place are being finalised.

Apia Harvest Centre Church
Togafuafua, Apia


Apia Harvest Centre Church

The Apia Harvest Centre Bible College at Togafuafua registration is now open.
Orientation Day will be held on the 25th of February 2019.
Classes begin on the 26th of February 2019 and will be held from Monday to Thursday weekly; 6pm to 9pm.
2 Timothy 2:15 Our vision is for people to study to show themself approve unto God; A workman that needs not be ashamed, Rightly dividing the word of Truth.
For Further information please contact the numbers and email below:
Office #25051 / Ps. Inu amosa: 7754015 OR Sr. Shorley Mariner: 7572991 / [email protected]

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