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August 16, 2010
Marriage Renewal Service held at Solid Rock Church of the Nazarene

Grand Bahama Island -
A Marriage Renewal Service was held at Solid Rock Church of the
Nazarene on August 15th, 2010. Six couples exchanged renewal vows.

First row from left to right is wife's. Min Lucille Grant, Sis. Audra Cleare,
Min. Ednamae Cooper, Executive Pastor Elizabeth Ann Roberts, Sis. Jane Minerva Moxey, Lady Wilhelmina Phillips. 

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Row from left to right: Bro. Lincoln Gra...

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December 03, 2010
The lottery and the church

It seems that at least once a year the issue concerning a lottery in The Bahamas raises its head. Each time the subject comes up, it raises arguments among members of the public and puts up the dividing wall between the church and government. Yet, each year the subject comes up, the same arguments prevail and the same results are experienced.
Nothing happens and the subject dies down.
Of course th...

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September 25, 2014
Church to host Daughters of Calvary Discovery Day Healing and Deliverance service

Senior Pastor James Newry, Lady Queenie Newry and the family of Calvary Deliverance Church (CDC), will host their second annual Daughters of Calvary Discovery Day Healing and Deliverance service on Monday, October 13, 2014 at 12:30 p.m.
Pastor James and Lady Queenie Newry are extending an invitation to join them at this time.
Speakers include Sisters Brenda Dean, Ronnette Watkins, Dianna Duncombe,...

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March 28, 2020
109 squatters arrested at Abaco church

Photos circulated on social media purportedly shows authorities making arrests at a Marsh Harbour church on SaturdayLaw enforcement officers arrested 109 people reportedly squatting at the A&B Church on Crocket Drive in Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Saturday morning, according to Immigration Director Clarence Russell...

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Immigration raid on a church in Abaco
March 28, 2020
Immigration raid on a church in Abaco

Allegedly there was reports of a Immigration raid on a church in Abaco which was housing suspected illegal persons.

The raid was launched in Marsh Harbour in the early hours of the morning. Police, Immigration and Defense Force Officers as well as nurses and doctors who were on scene for the protection of Officers Health.

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Concern over crowded church of Dorian survivors on Abaco
March 27, 2020
Concern over crowded church of Dorian survivors on Abaco

As cases of COVID-19 increase in The Bahamas, some are concerned about the ability of officials to prevent community spread on Abaco, which was ravaged by Hurricane Dorian only months ago...

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Church is here to help anyone who needs it
March 26, 2020
Church is here to help anyone who needs it

ALTHOUGH church services have been suspended amid the COVID-19 crisis, Bahamians can still turn to the religious community for assistance during these hard times...

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March 23, 2020
Churches happy they got their message across

CHURCHES across the country used online platforms to conduct Sunday services for their members yesterday after agreeing last week to suspend mass gatherings to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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March 19, 2020
Anglican bishop suspends church services, Bible studies and meetings for two weeks

Bishop Laish Boyd.Anglican Bishop Reverend Laish Boyd has suspended all Anglican church services, Bible studies and meetings for a two-week period from today through Saturday, April 4. As the situation with COVID-19 evolves, he said they would look at re-evaluation of the temporary measure before moving forward. [...]
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March 19, 2020
Churches agree to suspend services

CHURCH leaders have agreed to temporarily suspend services in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday.

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