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Christ Community Church's Ministry Fair
Christ Community Church's Ministry Fair

Sunday 18th November 2012  12:00 PM

November 18th, 2012 business & economics administration Family Care Discipleship worship Children & Youth Outreach Education Prayer & Seniors Connect. grow. belong. Christ Community Church's Ministry Fair For more information contact the church at: 242-361-8782 or 242-361-4828


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Christmas Concert

Monday 17th December 2012  7:30 PM

The Bahamas National Youth Choir Under the Direction of Cleophas R.E Adderley Will present its 4th Annual Christmas Concert Monday, December 17, 2012 Trinity Methodist Church, Fredrick Street at 7:30 pm Guest appearances by Gerrard Rigby (Tenor), Wesley Methodist Church Handbell Ringers And a string quartet from Nazareth College, Rochester new Your Admission: Free A collection will be taken. Choir Patrons: Their Exellencies Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor General and Lady Foulkes.


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Youth Lock-in
Youth Lock-in

Friday 30th November 2012  7:30 PM

MORE OF CHRIST, Less of me Youth Lock-in Friday, November 30th, 2012 7:30 pm to 7:30 am St. Gregory's Church, Carmichael Road $7 in advance, $10 at the door Dynamic Speakers Live Performances Praise & Worship Movie and Popcorn Food, Games and Prizes ClickHERE to download form.


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Ebenezer Music Department Christmas Concert

Sunday 9th December 2012  7:00 PM

Ebenezer Music Department Invites you to our Christmas Concert. Celebrate! It's Christmas Ebenezer Methodist Church Shirley Street, Nassau, Bahamas Sunday 9 December at 7pm


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Operation Potcake
Operation Potcake

Wednesday 16th January 2013  7:00 AM

Operation Potcake On 10 January Operation Potcake kicks off and we’re all madly scrambling around to get the final bits and pieces in place. We have sourced the majority of our supplies, accommodation has been organized for most volunteers, funds are continuously coming in (we still need lots of donations!) and marketing has also begun. Teams are putting up promotional posters in their areas this week. If you would still like to volunteer some time, even if it’s just a day or two please get in touch! Operation Potcake is January 10th to 21st, 2013. This campaign aims to sterilize 2,000 dogs and cats. We still need lots of volunteers and donation of items to make the campaign a real success. For more information visit www.operationpotcake.com Founded in 1924, the Bahamas Humane Society is the oldest charity in the Bahamas and was originally called the Dumb Friends League. It is affiliated to numerous international organisations, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is the only humane organisation in the Caribbean to hold membership of the Standards of Excellence Program sponsored by the American Humane Association of which it has been a member since 1989. The BHS employs two full time veterinarians. It offers a 24 hour emergency ambulance service and provides care for sick, injured and abandoned animals. Clinic Locations The Fox Hill clinic is the Fox Hill Community Centre just north of the roundabout on Fox Hill Rd. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The Kemp Road clinic is St. Bede’s Church Hall off Strachan Alley. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The East Street clinic is 31 Fowler Street, off East Street. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21. The Carmichael clinic is at Oral’s Golden Auto, 290 Carmichael Road. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 19 Montell Heights clinic is behind the Superwash on Robinson Rd, near Minnie St. Dates: Jan 20 to 21 The Gambier clinic is at the St. Peter’s Native Baptist Church hall at the corner of the Gambier road and West Bay Street. Dates: Jan 10 to 11 The Adelaide clinic is down the beach road on the south side. Dates: Jan 12 to 13 The Mt. Pleasant clinic is at La Hipica, next to Goodfellow Farms. Dates: Jan 14 Recent Posts


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Operation Potcake
Operation Potcake

Monday 14th January 2013  7:00 AM

Operation Potcake On 10 January Operation Potcake kicks off and we’re all madly scrambling around to get the final bits and pieces in place. We have sourced the majority of our supplies, accommodation has been organized for most volunteers, funds are continuously coming in (we still need lots of donations!) and marketing has also begun. Teams are putting up promotional posters in their areas this week. If you would still like to volunteer some time, even if it’s just a day or two please get in touch! Operation Potcake is January 10th to 21st, 2013. This campaign aims to sterilize 2,000 dogs and cats. We still need lots of volunteers and donation of items to make the campaign a real success. For more information visit www.operationpotcake.com Founded in 1924, the Bahamas Humane Society is the oldest charity in the Bahamas and was originally called the Dumb Friends League. It is affiliated to numerous international organisations, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is the only humane organisation in the Caribbean to hold membership of the Standards of Excellence Program sponsored by the American Humane Association of which it has been a member since 1989. The BHS employs two full time veterinarians. It offers a 24 hour emergency ambulance service and provides care for sick, injured and abandoned animals. Clinic Locations The Fox Hill clinic is the Fox Hill Community Centre just north of the roundabout on Fox Hill Rd. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The Kemp Road clinic is St. Bede’s Church Hall off Strachan Alley. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The East Street clinic is 31 Fowler Street, off East Street. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21. The Carmichael clinic is at Oral’s Golden Auto, 290 Carmichael Road. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 19 Montell Heights clinic is behind the Superwash on Robinson Rd, near Minnie St. Dates: Jan 20 to 21 The Gambier clinic is at the St. Peter’s Native Baptist Church hall at the corner of the Gambier road and West Bay Street. Dates: Jan 10 to 11 The Adelaide clinic is down the beach road on the south side. Dates: Jan 12 to 13 The Mt. Pleasant clinic is at La Hipica, next to Goodfellow Farms. Dates: Jan 14 Recent Posts


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Operation Potcake
Operation Potcake

Saturday 19th January 2013  7:00 AM

Operation Potcake On 10 January Operation Potcake kicks off and we’re all madly scrambling around to get the final bits and pieces in place. We have sourced the majority of our supplies, accommodation has been organized for most volunteers, funds are continuously coming in (we still need lots of donations!) and marketing has also begun. Teams are putting up promotional posters in their areas this week. If you would still like to volunteer some time, even if it’s just a day or two please get in touch! Operation Potcake is January 10th to 21st, 2013. This campaign aims to sterilize 2,000 dogs and cats. We still need lots of volunteers and donation of items to make the campaign a real success. For more information visit www.operationpotcake.com Founded in 1924, the Bahamas Humane Society is the oldest charity in the Bahamas and was originally called the Dumb Friends League. It is affiliated to numerous international organisations, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is the only humane organisation in the Caribbean to hold membership of the Standards of Excellence Program sponsored by the American Humane Association of which it has been a member since 1989. The BHS employs two full time veterinarians. It offers a 24 hour emergency ambulance service and provides care for sick, injured and abandoned animals. Clinic Locations The Fox Hill clinic is the Fox Hill Community Centre just north of the roundabout on Fox Hill Rd. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The Kemp Road clinic is St. Bede’s Church Hall off Strachan Alley. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The East Street clinic is 31 Fowler Street, off East Street. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21. The Carmichael clinic is at Oral’s Golden Auto, 290 Carmichael Road. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 19 Montell Heights clinic is behind the Superwash on Robinson Rd, near Minnie St. Dates: Jan 20 to 21 The Gambier clinic is at the St. Peter’s Native Baptist Church hall at the corner of the Gambier road and West Bay Street. Dates: Jan 10 to 11 The Adelaide clinic is down the beach road on the south side. Dates: Jan 12 to 13 The Mt. Pleasant clinic is at La Hipica, next to Goodfellow Farms. Dates: Jan 14 Recent Posts


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Operation Potcake
Operation Potcake

Tuesday 22nd January 2013  7:00 AM

Operation Potcake On 10 January Operation Potcake kicks off and we’re all madly scrambling around to get the final bits and pieces in place. We have sourced the majority of our supplies, accommodation has been organized for most volunteers, funds are continuously coming in (we still need lots of donations!) and marketing has also begun. Teams are putting up promotional posters in their areas this week. If you would still like to volunteer some time, even if it’s just a day or two please get in touch! Operation Potcake is January 10th to 21st, 2013. This campaign aims to sterilize 2,000 dogs and cats. We still need lots of volunteers and donation of items to make the campaign a real success. For more information visit www.operationpotcake.com Founded in 1924, the Bahamas Humane Society is the oldest charity in the Bahamas and was originally called the Dumb Friends League. It is affiliated to numerous international organisations, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is the only humane organisation in the Caribbean to hold membership of the Standards of Excellence Program sponsored by the American Humane Association of which it has been a member since 1989. The BHS employs two full time veterinarians. It offers a 24 hour emergency ambulance service and provides care for sick, injured and abandoned animals. Clinic Locations The Fox Hill clinic is the Fox Hill Community Centre just north of the roundabout on Fox Hill Rd. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The Kemp Road clinic is St. Bede’s Church Hall off Strachan Alley. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The East Street clinic is 31 Fowler Street, off East Street. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21. The Carmichael clinic is at Oral’s Golden Auto, 290 Carmichael Road. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 19 Montell Heights clinic is behind the Superwash on Robinson Rd, near Minnie St. Dates: Jan 20 to 21 The Gambier clinic is at the St. Peter’s Native Baptist Church hall at the corner of the Gambier road and West Bay Street. Dates: Jan 10 to 11 The Adelaide clinic is down the beach road on the south side. Dates: Jan 12 to 13 The Mt. Pleasant clinic is at La Hipica, next to Goodfellow Farms. Dates: Jan 14 Recent Posts


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A Prophetic Encounter
A Prophetic Encounter

Saturday 19th January 2013  10:00 AM

On January 18th and 19th, all Ladies are invited to attend “A Prophetic Encounter.” Epic Church is re-launching its “Blossom” Women’s Ministry and all in attendance will be treated to the teachings of Apostle Shirley Arnold of Epic Church Lakeland (Florida) and Pastor Rosmery Bethel of Epic Church Bahamas. Venue: Epic Church (Summerwinds Plaza – TWD Highway) Dates and Times: January 18th at 7:00 p.m. January 19th at 10:00 a.m. Costs - $20 per person For more information contact: (242) 601-4310


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Annual Quilt Show
Annual Quilt Show

Friday 25th January 2013  10:00 AM

Annual Quilt Show Stepping Stone Quilters Trinity Methodist Church Frederick Street January. 24th-February 2nd 2013 10:00am-4:00pm .Free admission .Over 60 Quilts .Traditional & Arts Quilts .Items for sale For more information contact Maria Chisnall maschisnall@gmail.com Tel:242-359-2349


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Love yourself your Family Health Day
Love yourself & your Family Health Day

Saturday 9th February 2013  9:00 AM

Jemi health & Wellness Invite you to attend "Love yourself & your Family" Health Day .Wellness & life skills presentation .Nutrition Presentation & Demonstrations .Youth and Adults Fitness Classes .Health Screening .Food Demonstrations Date: Saturday, February 9th, 2013 Time: 9am-3pm Place: St. Matthew's Parish Church Hall


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Revival Services

Friday 1st February 2013  7:30 PM

Church of God of Prophecy Healing & Deliverance Ministry Wulff Road & Cumberbatch Alley Ministry Revival Services Friday Feb. 1 2013 7:30pm Nightly Dynamic Preachers, Powerful Praise & Worship, and Anointed Soloist Pastor Chevol Gray & the Soldier Road Church Pastor Franklin Williams & the Farrington Rd. Church Bishop Sterling Moss the Gambier Church Your Blessing has been Released: Come and Receive


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Let's Talk About Sex conference
Let's Talk About Sex conference

Saturday 16th February 2013  7:00 PM

Let's Talk About Sex conference The conversation around sex and sexuality has been largely silent, avoided or wrongly communicated for too long. It's time for us to "talk about sex." Join the Conversation February 15th & 16th 7pm Nightly @Epic Church Bahamas. Featured Speakers Giavana Jones M.A Community Psychologist Paster Q Epic church Bahamas Lead Pastor Pastor Rosmery Bethel Epic church Bahamas Lead Pastor Epic Church February 15th & 16th 7:00pm Summerwinds Plaza Tonique william Plaza $20 registration fee limited space register today| email: epicbahamas@gmail.com


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Empty Bowls 2013
Empty Bowls 2013

Sunday 24th February 2013  11:00 AM

Empty Bowls 2013 Sunday, February 24, 2013 Queen’s College Village Road, Nassau The Great commission Ministries International Elijah's Kitchen (An outreach ministry of st. Bede's Catholic Church) The Methodist church Habitat for Humanity's Southern Bahamas Disaster Relief Fund (Family Islands damaged by hurricane Irene) Admission is free. Fighting Hunger Together Contact: Joann Behagg at JB Pottery Tel: 327-8109 or email: behagg@coralwave.com Empty Bowls Bahamas is hosting this exciting event to raise funds to feed the hungry in our community on Sunday, February 24, 2013 from 11am to 6pm at Queen’s College Auditorium on Village Road. Many unique and beautiful handmade bowls as well as other handcrafted items will be available for sale.With your bowl purchase, you will receive delicious free soup and roll. There will also be lots of delicious homemade cakes, pastries and drinks available too. Admission is free and all proceeds will be donated to Great Commission Ministries' Elijah's Kitchen and Methodist Church Habitat for Humanity's Southern Bahamas Disaster Relief Fund. Help support our local communities February 24th, 2013 Queen's College Auditorium Village Road 11:00am-6:00pm Buy a ceramic bowl and get a free soup and a roll. other handcrafted items will be available for sale. All proceeds from this event will be donated to:


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7th Annual Choir Workshop

Sunday 24th February 2013  6:30 PM

The Bahamas Chapter Gospel Music Workshop of America INC. 7th Annual Choir Workshop There: Let’s Go Back to Church Rev. Patrick V. Smith – Chapter Representative Ricardo Major – Assistant Chapter Rep. Workshop Concert & Awards Ceremony Sunday, February 24th, 2013 – 6:30 p.m. Faith United Missionary Baptist Church, Faith Way Drive Dr. William Thompson, Pastor Honourees Rev’d Dr. J.J. Stubbs Christian Heritage Award: Reverend Oswald Poitier Biship Michael Michael Patton Music Excellence Award: Ambassador Devon Rolle Kingdom Diciple Centre Sharon Gardiner - Taylor Bahamas Faith Ministry Int’l Adrian W. Smith Bethel Baptist Church Desmond Patrick Davis Zion South Beach Baptist Church


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Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme Shifting Gears
Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme "Shifting Gears"

Wednesday 27th February 2013  7:00 PM

Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme "Shifting Gears" Join us for four nights of Powerful and Holy Ghost filled services beginning on Sunday February 24th through the 27th at 7:00 p.m. nightly. Come expecting and receive a word from the Lord. Speakers: Pastor Author Evans Bishop Denzil Rolle Apostle Reno Johnson Prophet Bruce C. Davis New Birth Church Robinson Rd (between Mega Byte Computers and Furniture Haven)


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Bahamas State Council 2013 63rd General Convention

Monday 11th March 2013  5:10 PM

Bahamas State Council 2013 63rd General Convention Greater Bethel Cathedral Faith way Off Blue Hill Rd. South Corner of Carlton E Francis Primary School There: “Let the Church be the Church” Matthew 16:13 – 19 Sunday, March 10th thru Friday, March 15th 2013 @7:30pm nightly Daily Day Session 12noon – 2:00pm Bishop Ellis Farrington J.P. Diocesan Suff. Bishop Ezekiel Munnings – Assistant Chairman Suff. Bishop Christopher Minnis – Host Pasto Other Speakers Include: Suff. Bishop Winston Redwood Suff. Bishop George Duncombe Pastor Thomas Mackey Pastor Wendell Duncombe Elder Ellis Farrington Jr. Evangelist Idamae Nesbitte Come and receive the powerful word of God, And be restored and live a victorious life. Anointed National Choirs and Guest Artists. Come and be Blessed! For more information: Tel: 242-361-2800 / Fax 242-361-1102


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Bahamas State Council 2013 63rd General Convention

Friday 15th March 2013  5:10 PM

Bahamas State Council 2013 63rd General Convention Greater Bethel Cathedral Faith way Off Blue Hill Rd. South Corner of Carlton E Francis Primary School There: “Let the Church be the Church” Matthew 16:13 – 19 Sunday, March 10th thru Friday, March 15th 2013 @7:30pm nightly Daily Day Session 12noon – 2:00pm Bishop Ellis Farrington J.P. Diocesan Suff. Bishop Ezekiel Munnings – Assistant Chairman Suff. Bishop Christopher Minnis – Host Pasto Other Speakers Include: Suff. Bishop Winston Redwood Suff. Bishop George Duncombe Pastor Thomas Mackey Pastor Wendell Duncombe Elder Ellis Farrington Jr. Evangelist Idamae Nesbitte Come and receive the powerful word of God, And be restored and live a victorious life. Anointed National Choirs and Guest Artists. Come and be Blessed! For more information: Tel: 242-361-2800 / Fax 242-361-1102


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2013 Autism Awareness Month
2013 Autism Awareness Month

Tuesday 2nd April 2013  6:30 PM

Tuesday, April 2nd World Autism Awareness Day –Start of Light It Up Blue Campaign To promote autism awareness a blue lighting ceremony will be held in Rawson’s Square at 6:30 p.m. Where Bahamians will come together to shine their blue lights to bring awareness for autism & related disorders 2013 Autism Awareness Month Calendar of Events Tuesday, April 2nd World Autism Awareness Day –Start of Light It Up Blue Campaign To promote autism awareness a blue lighting ceremony will be held in Rawson’s Square at 6:30 p.m. Where Bahamians will come together to shine their blue lights to bring awareness for autism & related disorders Saturday, April 13th Community March at 9:00 a.m. The march will begin at Windsor Park-East Street- Ross Corner-Chapel Street-Meadow Street-Augusta Street-Meeting Street-Nassau Street-Arawak Cay For more information call 328-4123 or e-mail reachautismbahamas@yahoo.com Sunday, April 14th Televised Church Service at St Barnabas Anglican Church at 11:00 a.m. For more information call 328-4123 or e-mail reachautismbahamas@yahoo.com Wednesday, April 17th Parent Support Group Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at REACH Office (New Parents Welcome) For more information call 328-4123 or e-mail reachautismbahamas@yahoo.com Friday, April 19th Autism T Shirt Day For more information call 328-4123 or e-mail reachautismbahamas@yahoo.com Saturday April 20th Information Booth at Mall at Marathon from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday April 27th Outreach Day Away Boat trip to Habour Island Rates follows: Adults $91.70 & $63.70 kids (ages 2-11yrs) Interested persons can call 328-4123 or e-mail reachautismbahamas@yahoo.com Throughout the month of April Open House Wednesdays 12 noon to 6:30 p.m. For more information call 328-4123 or e-mail reachautismbahamas@yahoo.com


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Public Meeting of the Constitutional Commission

Friday 22nd March 2013  11:00 AM

March 22, 2013 - 10:30 a.m. - Rev. Antoine St. Louis - Haitian Activist 11:00 a.m. - Bishop Franklin M. Ferguson - Church of God of Prophecy 11:30 a.m. - Bishop Neil Ellis - Full Gospel Baptist Church (not confirmed) 12:00 noon- Rev. Patrick Paul - Assemblies of God The meetings take place on the second floor of the west commercial wing of the British Colonial Hilton Hotel


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Hear Scott speak about Gang violence, the cause and the solution!
Hear Scott speak about "Gang violence, the cause and the solution!"

Monday 15th April 2013  7:00 PM

Hear Scott speak about "Gang violence, the cause and the solution!" Walkers Hall Bethel Ave., Stapledon Gardens Monday-Friday April 15th-19th (7pm) During the past few weeks, Preacher Scott Smith has reached out to many people, young and old in The Bahamas who have hit rock bottom and need some encouragement and/or solutions for their problems. In Bermuda, he is a community activist who went after families grieving after gang shootings. Scott is a born again Christian and he feels as if churches should close their doors for a month and take to the streets. “Our message as a body of believers is to spread love. How can you spread love? The church needs to go out in the highways and byways.” Mr Smith is not an ordained Minister, but is a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the gang-blighted neighbourhood of Glebe Road, Pembroke in Bermuda. He is a reformed drug user who found salvation when he found Christ, after becoming an addict at the age of 12, starting with marijuana and moving on to alcohol, cocaine and crack. “I eventually cried out to God for help. I never went to any rehab,” explained Mr Smith. He quit drugs on New Year’s Eve 1994 and has been clean ever since. He is active as a preacher in the Island’s schools, prisons and rehabilitation programmes and also runs his own business as a painter and decorator. “This generation coming up now, I used to hang with their fathers. I like to be a father figure to them,” he explained. Although he found his own way to the church, he acknowledged that most people living on the wrong side of the tracks are not going to make the first move towards spiritual healing.


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Anglican Church Men 40TH Anniversary Conference

Friday 12th April 2013  7:00 PM

Anglican Church Men 40TH Anniversary Conference Anglican Church Men to convene in New Providence for it’s 40th Anniversary of Conference and a Tribute to Men IV Banquet to be held as part of the celebrations. The Anglican Church Men's Organization in the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of our establishment. The A.C.M. started under the patronage of the late Rt. Rev'd Michael H. Eldon in 1972 as a means of bringing Anglican men together to assist with the building and renovation of Church property. It was also to mirror the Organization of Anglican Church Women, established some nine years before. Over the years, the A.C.M. has evolved into a Brotherhood of men who seek to lift the Name of Jesus in the Diocese. Whether on Church construction sites, Patronal Festivals, Retreats, Seminars and Workshops to support for one another and the Church, the A.C.M. has seen significant and committed growth worthy of mention. The A.C.M. will be meeting in our 40th Conference, April 10 - 14, 2013 in the All Saints Community Centre, South Beach, under the Theme: "Actioning Christ's Mandate - Guided by the Light." speakers include the Rev’d Dr. Roland Hamilton Asst. Curate at St. Margaret's Anglican Church who will speak on Mental health, Physical health and Spiritual health, Assistant, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mr. Quinn McCartney will speak on Mentorship and Barry J. Malcolm, President The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce will speak on The Business outlook in Grand Bahama. This year, we host the 40th Conference in New Providence. A time when men will come together to share strengths and weaknesses, while charting the way forward. This year the Vision of the A.C.M. is 'Mentorship.' Brothers will developed programmes to reach our boys and young men in a positive and meaningful way. Another of the highlights during this years conference will be A Tribute to Men Banquet. This event will be held at the Crown Ball Room, Atlantis, on Friday, April 12, 2013 at 7:00pm. Through its honours society, the A.C.M. institutionalized a means to honour men of the A.C.M. for stellar service given to God through His Church and community. During this occasion, the men selected from the Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands will be presented the "Bishop Michael Eldon Medal of Distinction," by Bishop Laish Boyd, Diocesan.


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Hear Scott speak about Gang violence, the cause and the solution!
Hear Scott speak about "Gang violence, the cause and the solution!"

Thursday 18th April 2013  7:00 PM

Hear Scott speak about "Gang violence, the cause and the solution!" Walkers Hall Bethel Ave., Stapledon Gardens Monday-Friday April 15th-19th (7pm) During the past few weeks, Preacher Scott Smith has reached out to many people, young and old in The Bahamas who have hit rock bottom and need some encouragement and/or solutions for their problems. In Bermuda, he is a community activist who went after families grieving after gang shootings. Scott is a born again Christian and he feels as if churches should close their doors for a month and take to the streets. “Our message as a body of believers is to spread love. How can you spread love? The church needs to go out in the highways and byways.” Mr Smith is not an ordained Minister, but is a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the gang-blighted neighbourhood of Glebe Road, Pembroke in Bermuda. He is a reformed drug user who found salvation when he found Christ, after becoming an addict at the age of 12, starting with marijuana and moving on to alcohol, cocaine and crack. “I eventually cried out to God for help. I never went to any rehab,” explained Mr Smith. He quit drugs on New Year’s Eve 1994 and has been clean ever since. He is active as a preacher in the Island’s schools, prisons and rehabilitation programmes and also runs his own business as a painter and decorator. “This generation coming up now, I used to hang with their fathers. I like to be a father figure to them,” he explained. Although he found his own way to the church, he acknowledged that most people living on the wrong side of the tracks are not going to make the first move towards spiritual healing.


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Under The Stars with Chef Johnson
Under The Stars with Chef Johnson

Friday 31st May 2013  7:00 PM

Dinning Under The Stars with Chef Johnson An Evening of Fine Dining Under The Stars Entertainment Prizes. Silent auction raffle Elegant four course meal: Tickets for this event are only $45.00 Friday May 31st. 2013 @ 7:00pm Zion South Beach Baptist Church 50% off dining demo with each dinner ticket Dining Demo May 10, 2013 @ 6:30pm Demonstration Course conducted by one of the country's best chef's Chef Edwin Johnson tips on etiquette how to set the dining table how to prepare interesting meals for your spouse Certificates of attendance will be awarded! Tickets for this event is $30. Email: finedineunderstars@yahoo.com | Tel: 242-361-8437


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The Homeschool Curriculum Fair
The Homeschool Curriculum Fair

Monday 17th June 2013  7:30 PM

The Homeschool Curriculum Fair June 17,2013 7:30pm Calvary Bible Church Collins Ave. Homeschool Vendors will be onsite. Admission: $5.00(Kids under 18 free) For more information call: 242-325-9109


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The Anglican Chorale Friends Variety Concert
The Anglican Chorale & Friends Variety Concert

Friday 5th July 2013  8:00 PM

The Anglican Chorale & Friends Variety Concert July 5,2013 8:00pm Christ Church Cathedral, George Street Under the patronage of The Right Rev’d Laish Boyd, Sr. and Mrs. Boyd and in celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Independence of The Bahamas, The Anglican Chorale and Friends will present a variety concert: “A Celebration of Bahamian Composers and Musicians” at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street on Friday, 5th July, 2013, commencing at 8:00 p.m. The concert promises to be an exciting one and will feature the works of Archibald Simms, Bishop Gilbert A. Thompson, Audrey Dean-Wright, Antonia Wilson, E. Clement Bethel, Darville “Sonny” Walkine, Sonovia Pierre, Timothy Gibson, Alphonso “Blind Blake” Higgs and Charles Lofthouse. The songs of Higgs and Lofthouse have been arranged for chorus by Jeffrey Sturrup.


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Kevin G. Tomlinson GB Youth Choir Live Concert
Kevin G. Tomlinson & GB Youth Choir Live Concert

Saturday 14th September 2013  6:30 PM

FREE LIVE Concert with Dara Rahming: When: Saturday, September 14, 2013 Where: Church of the Ascension, Grand Bahama, Freeport Time: 6:30 pm Please come out and show your support to our young talented children! See attached flyer for more details. Call GB Youth Choir at 352-6001 for more information. Admission: FREEEEEE!!!


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242 Untapped Live Tapings
242 Untapped Live Tapings

Sunday 3rd November 2013  5:00 PM

242 Untapped is filmed before a live studio audience! If you want to be part of this unique experience, join us at Potential Church next to the Bahamas Red Cross on JFK Drive. Admission to 1 taping are $7 Admission to 2 tapings are $12 Admission is paid at the door. Doors are closed 10 minutes before showtime! **All attendees will be required to sign a non-disclosure form as the show does not air until January. For more info, email info@242untapped.com! Google Map: http://goo.gl/maps/unRXm Sunday, November 3rd, 2013 Potential Church next to the Bahamas Red Cross on JFK Drive Live Taping Episode 5 - 5pm Live Taping Episode 6- 7pm

242 Untapped Live Tapings


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Bain & Grants Town Heroes Week

Wednesday 9th October 2013

The Bain and Grants Town Advancement Association is marking the 2013 observance of Bain and Grants Town Heroes Week. The Association has organized a schedule of events, inclusive of a Thanksgiving Church Service, the Official Opening of a Museum, a Junkanoo Rush Out and a Awards Banquet. Sunday, October 6, 2013-Thanksgiving Service @ 3:00 pm (Mission Baptist Church, Hay Street) Monday, October 7, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Meeting with Hon. Phillip Davis, Minister of Urban Development @ 4:00 pm c. Media Reception (Brightleys' Restaurant-Eneas Street )@ 5:00pm Tuesday, October 8, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 b. Museum/Library Official Opening (Yoruba House Augusta Street) @ 4:00 pm Wednesday, October 9, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Grants Town Community Social (Hay Street Park) @ 4:00 Thursday, Ocotober 10, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Government House Reception @ 11:00 am Friday, October 11, 2013-Bain Town Community Social (George Brown Park) @ 4:00 pm Saturday, October 12, 2013-Awards Banquet (BCPOU Ball Room) @ 7:30 pm


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Bain & Grants Town Heroes Week

Tuesday 8th October 2013

The Bain and Grants Town Advancement Association is marking the 2013 observance of Bain and Grants Town Heroes Week. The Association has organized a schedule of events, inclusive of a Thanksgiving Church Service, the Official Opening of a Museum, a Junkanoo Rush Out and a Awards Banquet. Sunday, October 6, 2013-Thanksgiving Service @ 3:00 pm (Mission Baptist Church, Hay Street) Monday, October 7, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Meeting with Hon. Phillip Davis, Minister of Urban Development @ 4:00 pm c. Media Reception (Brightleys' Restaurant-Eneas Street )@ 5:00pm Tuesday, October 8, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 b. Museum/Library Official Opening (Yoruba House Augusta Street) @ 4:00 pm Wednesday, October 9, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Grants Town Community Social (Hay Street Park) @ 4:00 Thursday, Ocotober 10, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Government House Reception @ 11:00 am Friday, October 11, 2013-Bain Town Community Social (George Brown Park) @ 4:00 pm Saturday, October 12, 2013-Awards Banquet (BCPOU Ball Room) @ 7:30 pm