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Celebrating the life of Dr. Keva Maria Bethel

By CELESTE NIXON

Tribune Staff Reporter

cnixon@tribunemedia.net

A MEMORIAL service and celebration of the life of the late Dr Keva Maria Bethel was held yesterday morning at the College of the Bahama.

Dr Bethel passed away Tuesday morning at Doctor's Hospital.

The loss of the college's President Emerita and scholar-in-residence has deeply saddened the academic community, and one of Dr Bethel's colleagues said her "legacy is forever etched in the foundation of our great institution".

Dean Patrick Adderley, Rector at Christ Church Cathedral, provided the eulogy at the service, while former students and colleagues offered heartfelt reflections on Dr Bethel's life, ...

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Anglican Diocese to hold Family Fun Run/Walk

THE Anglican Diocese of The Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands, in celebration and thanksgiving of its 150th anniversary as a Diocese, will hold a Family Fun Run/Walk, on Saturday, March 5th.

The event will begin at Christ Church Cathedral at 6 a.m. and is expected to attract hundreds of Anglicans from all 18 New Providence parishes, as well as members of the public who which to participate in this healthy life-style activity.

The route is as follows:

Christ Church Cathedral, south on George Street to Princess Street, west on Princess Princess Street to Baillou Hill Road, south to Baillou Hill Road to Wulff Road, east on Wulff Road to Collins Avenue, north on Collins Avenue to Shirl ...

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Rt. Rev'd Bishop Michael Eldon hailed as an outstanding Bahamian

Nassau, The Bahamas
- Bahamians gathered at Christ Church Cathedral Tuesday, February
15 to honour the life of the late Right Reverend Michael Hartley Eldon.
During a service of thanksgiving he was recognised as a loyal, forgiving,
outstanding educator, teacher and family man, and one who believed in
Bahamians.

 

Bishop Eldon, 79, served
the Anglican Diocese for some 50 years as a priest, of which 25 was
as a bishop. He was the first Bahamian Bishop of the Diocese, then known
as Nassau and The Bahamas including the Turks and Caicos Islands. He
also served as a teacher and assistant master at St. John's College.
He died on February 7 after a long illness...

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2011 Greek Festival - February 19th 20th

Nassau

, Bahamas -  Don't miss the

2011 Greek Festival

Saturday,

February 19th

2011 from 11am utnil and Sunday

February 20th

2011 from 12 noon until at Greek Church West Street.

Greek Food, Greek Beer, Ouzo!!!! Cooking Demos, Live Bouzouki Band Dancing, Storytelling & more.

Admission is $3 for Adults and $1 for Children...

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Mitchell Michael Rolle, 67

Semi Military Funeral Service for the late retired prison officer A.S.P Mitchell Michael Rolle, 67, of South Beach and formerly of Cat Island, will be held on Saturday February 26 at 10am at Zion South Beach Baptist Church, Zion Boulevard South Beach. Officiating will be Bishop B Wenith Davis assisted by Pastor Charles T Dorsett. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens Soldier Road.
Fond Memories will always remain in the heart of his wife of 43 years: Marilyn; 6 daughters: Patricia Rolle-Stubbs, Paulette Rolle, staff nurse Antionette Rolle-Smith, staff nurse Margaret Rolle-Fynes, Khyla Rolle-Ambrose, Shervonne Davis; son: Mitchell Rolle Jr.; grand children: Gerard Smith Jr., Brandon Smith, Mi ...

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I receive that!

I
know that I'm not alone in saying that

"I've heard so many pathetic (so-called
prophetic words) gone forth as prophecies in the church and at various religious
conferences / gathering; and without fail to hear the itching ears, naïve
religious folks say

"I receive that"

Can
I tell you that as a Pastor, I don't say

"Amen" to everything that I hear coming
from church pulpits, internationally or locally; no matter whom the preacher /
teacher might be.

Please
hear me!

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2011 Greek Festival - February 19th 20th

Nassau

, Bahamas -  Don't miss the

2011 Greek Festival

Saturday,

February 19th

2011 from 11am utnil and Sunday

February 20th

2011 from 12 noon until at Greek Church West Street.

Greek Food, Greek Beer, Ouzo!!!! Cooking Demos, Live Bouzouki Band Dancing, Storytelling & more.

Admission is $3 for Adults and $1 for Children...

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World famous Bishop John Shelby Spong to speak in The Bahamas

Nassau, Bahamas - The Carl Jung Society of Nassau presents author and lecturer,

Bishop John Shelby Spong who will speak on "The Christ Call to a New Vision of Oneness" at the New Providence Community Centre (NPCC), on Blake Rd. on

Tuesday, February 22 · 6:30pm - 9:30pm.

John
Shelby Spong, whose books have sold more than a million copies, was
bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark for 24 years before his
retirement in 2001. His admirers acclaim him as a teaching bishop who
makes contemporary theology accessible to the ordinary layperson -- he's
considered the champion of an inclusive faith by many, both inside and
outside the Christian church...

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Bain Town is 'in need of healing'

THE Bain Town community is in need of healing, the bereaved family and friends of 19-year-old Bradley Shamarko Newbold were told at his funeral yesterday.

Mourners spilled out of the packed Bethel Baptist Church, in Meeting Street, and into a parking lot across the road.

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Bishop Eldon: pastor, carer and listener

By NOELLE NICOLLS

Tribune Staff Reporter

nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

BISHOP Michael Hartley Eldon, the first Bahamian Anglican Bishop of the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos, died yesterday at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

Tributes poured in for the popular minister for his "selfless service" which left an "indelible imprint" on the country.

Rev Laish Boyd, Bishop for the Diocese of The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands, said: "Michael Eldon was a popular, beloved, gentle people's person. He had a deep faith in God and high hopes for people. He was passionate about improving people and their lot. He loved the church, loved being in church and loved the worship of the chur ...

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