That is the theme of this week’s Cook Islands Christian Church Women’s Fellowship (CICCWF) conference, hosted at the Ruatoka Mission Hall in Takamoa.
The event is held every four years and draws members from New Zealand, Australia and the Cook Islands.
The conference is typically held in the churches around the island, but CICCWF secretary Mamatira Patia says organisers decided this year to host it in the new hall, making them the first group to use it.
During the week attendees will hear the minutes from the previous meeting, as well as reports from the president, secretary, treasurer, orometua and a Rarotonga CICC representative.
Representatives of the northern group, southern group, New Zealand and Australian council will also speak.
Planning for the next four years will be another important topic for discussion.
A climate change debate will be led by Lydia Sijp and Muraai Hermann, and on Friday Reverend Takaikura Marsters will speak on the subject of tithing.
On Sunday, the final day of the conference, all delegates will assemble at the Titikaveka CICC Mission grounds at 2.30pm for a service at 3pm.