Search results for : Churches

Showing 1 to 10 of 1000 results


News Article

June 08, 2020
Churches begin to reopen doors for worshippers

AFTER nearly three months of participating in virtual worship, churches in New Providence were allowed to open their doors for "in house" worship over the weekend with social distancing and hygiene requirements. However, not every church was willing

read more »


News Article

May 29, 2020
Churches opening up

THE Bahamas Christian Council expressed pleasure yesterday at relaxed protocols that allow sanctuary worship beginning next month, stressing churches are capable of enforcing COVID-19 social distancing and proper hygiene protocols. Yesterday, Prime

read more »


News Article

May 28, 2020

News Article

May 25, 2020
Churches hold off drive-by services

FEW churches in New Providence held drive-up services over the weekend after Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis permitted them to worship under stringent new guidelines.

read more »



News Article

May 25, 2020
Morrison: Govt has no authority to tell church what to do

Zion Baptist Church Pastor T.G. Morrison yesterday blasted new protocols that permit churches on New Providence to hold services in parking lots amid the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that the government "does not have the power" to tell the church what to do. "...No government has [...]
The post Morrison: Govt has no authority to tell church what to do appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.

read more »


News Article

May 22, 2020
Church services allowed with restrictions, extension of business hours

THE Bahamas has officially began the transition to stage two of Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis' reopening plan, with worship services now permitted under various conditions and further relaxation of hours for business operations now sanctioned.

read more »



News Article

May 20, 2020
39Govt should be sued if churches not opened39

GRAND Bahama civic leader Rev Glenroy Bethel says the 24-hour curfew and weekend lockdowns are "depriving" Bahamians of their constitutional rights to worship on Saturday and Sunday. He threatening to sue to the government if restrictions are not li

read more »


News Article

May 05, 2020
BCC: Opening liquor stores before churches sends wrong signal

President of he Bahamsa Christian Council Bishop Delton Fernander. The reopening of liquor stores before churches "sends the wrong message", Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) President Bishop Delton Fernander said yesterday. In an interview with The Nassau Guardian, Fernander said the council had been awaiting word from the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) regarding [...]
The post BCC: Opening liq...

read more »