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Friday 11th December 2009 7:00 PM
St. Matthew's Sunrise Choir and Friends present Jingle Bells - A Rocking Christmas Musical at the Rainforest Theatre, Wyndham Nassau Resort and Crystal Palace Casino. Celebrate the season! Enjoy this fantastic musical production with family and friends. VIP: (Friday Gala show only) - $75, General (Friday Gala and Saturday shows), $50, Children (Saturday show only), $25. Starts at 7:00pm both days. Box offices: Juke Box, The Mall at Marathon, 242-393-4891; St. Matthew's office, Church St. 242-322-3259. Phone orders: 242-323-8220 or order by e-mail: SunriseChoirAndFriends@gmail.com
Friday 24th May 2013 7:00 PM
Zion Baptist Church Fire Relief Concert Fundraiser Ticket Prices: $15.00 (Advance) or $20.00 (At Door) Come join us at the St John's Jubilee Cathedral for a concert that will be too good to miss! Featuring Simeon Outten and the New Life Band, Zion Baptist Praise Team, the Grand Bahama Youth Choir and many more. Help us as we raise money in aid of the Zion Baptist Church Fire Relief Fund. Come out and be blessed!
Anglicans from around New Providence will gather at St. John’s College Auditorium, Stapledon Gardens, March 13-15, for the 2011 Lenten Mission, under the theme “God Gives and His Creation Gives.”
The Rev’d. Canon Basil Tynes , Rector of St. Barnabas Anglican Church, and the Rev’d. Mark Fox, Chaplain at St. John’s College, will be the preachers, and each night will focus on a particular aspect of the theme.
On Sunday night the topic will be “The God who keeps on Giving and the Heirs who respond Generously”.
On Monday evening the topic will focus on “Developing the Right Attitude in Giving”.
On Tuesday ev ...
Temple Fellowship, Evangelistic Center and Latter-Day Saints all remained undefeated over the weekend in the men’s division of the Baptist Sports Council’s (BSC) Rev. Dr. David S. Johnson Basketball Classic. Latter-Day had a big day on Saturday at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex as their 19-and-under team also stayed undefeated, while their 15-and-under team pulled off two victories to get back into the flow of things.
Temple Fellowship 54, Church of the Nazarene 39
The defending men’s champions made this one look so easy as Trevor Smith pumped in a game-high 19 and Gabi Laurent added 11. Wilner Noel had 14 in the loss.
Latter-Day Saints 23, Christian Tabernacle 22
Lent is fast approaching and many Christians around the world are preparing to celebrate this special penitential occasion with reverence and fasting once again.
However, although many people go through the motions of observing this solemn season each year, many still do not know just what makes this occasion so important to the church. For many Christians the first thing that comes to mind about Lent is that it is the season for giving up some bad habit for 40 long days and nights. But according to Father Hugh Bartlett Jr., parish priest at Saint Anne’s Anglican Church, this is by far not the real reason for this special season.
“Lent is the season in which the faithful are encour ...
Funeral Service for Samuel Joseph Collie, 93, of Pirates Well, Mayaguana will be held on: Saturday, February 26th, 2011 at: 11:00 a.m.
At: Cousin McPhee A.M.E. Catherdral, Carmichael Road
Officiating will be: Rev. Dr. Ranford Patterson, assisted by Rev. Howard Williamson and other Ministers
Interment will be made in: The Carmichael Bible Church Cemetery, Carmichael Road.
Left to cherish his precious memory are: His loving wife Areline Collie, 8 children: Dr. Janet Patterson, Rev. Dr. Enid Capron, Amelia Collie, Olga Fawkes, Naomi Collie-Gibson, Devon Collie, Gilbert Collie-Black and Byron Collie; 2 daughters-in-law: Viola Collie-Black and Tericita Collie; 2 sisters: Maralene Collie and Lu ...
By NICOLE WINFIELD
Pope Benedict XVI has made a sweeping exoneration of the Jewish people for the death of Jesus Christ, tackling one of the most controversial issues in Christianity in a new book.
In "Jesus of Nazareth-Part II" excerpts released Wednesday, Benedict explains biblically and theologically why there is no basis in Scripture for the argument that the Jewish people as a whole were responsible for Jesus' death.
Interpretations to the contrary have been used for centuries to justify the persecution of Jews.
While the Catholic Church has for five decades taught that Jews weren't collectively responsible, Jewish scholars said Wednesday the argumen ...
Many persons left homeless by a shantytown fire off of Fire Trail Road on Wednesday had up to yesterday refused to take advantage of tents erected at the Carmichael Road Evangelical Church, according to officials
Those officials said the residents failed to show up even though many of them had expressed concern about where they would sleep.
Many of the residents opted to stay with family and friends, claiming that the tents were too far away from where they once lived.
Mario Williams, a Bahamian, opened his home to at least one person who was in need.
“They have been good to me,” Williams said.
“The Haitians are good people and we need to be partners and work hand in hand ...
“Although we cannot claim to be the place where Jesus Christ was born, we can confidently boast that, God lives in The Bahamas,” Director Religious Market for The Bahamas, told executives of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), during their Annual Convention and Expo, Nashville, TN, February 25-March 1, 2011.
The following is a press release from Christ Community Church:
Crime and criminality, abuse and other social unrest, are we removed from such happenings? As believers we cannot truly be ‘salt’ and ‘light’ if we distance ourselves from the broader influences of society. God views us as individuals as well as a community. Hence, we are to be intentional in our commitment to praying for and on behalf of our world and local communities, our nation, our city and our people. He is calling us and is concerned about the things that concern us. Are we truly listening? His is a clarion call, “as we come to Him–seeking His face, He comes to us&ndash ...