Calvary Churches Are Back On 'Crusade' Here In Nassau


Tribune Features Reporter


Calvary Church members agree that something powerful always happens when the people of God come together. “With the same mind and vision, demons have to flee, sick bodies are healed, and transformation takes,” they say.

Now, members from all over the world are excited to come together to join the Bahamas’ Unity Church tonight and tomorrow for the 2019 Calvary Unity Crusade and Community Outreach. The event will take place at the Born Again Deliverance Ministries, Bernard Road, beginning at 7pm on both nights. And the conference will conclude on Sunday with a worship experience at 8am on the beach of the Meliá Nassau Beach resort.

Speakers will include Apostle Leon Wallace of Voice of Deliverance Discipleship Centre; Presiding Prelate Bishop Alfred A Owens, Jr of Greater Mount Calvary Church of America, and Bishop Herbert of Freedom Temple South Carolina.

“Three years ago a few pastors from Nassau came together with Bishop Herbert Crump from Freedom Temple South Carolina and hosted its first Calvary Unity Crusade under the Mount Calvary Holy Churches of America. Today, not only is the Calvary Unity Crusade being held here again in the Bahamas with hundreds of persons from all walks of life coming to the Bahamas to be a part of the Crusade, but the Bahamas is now an official jurisdiction location of the Mount Calvary Holy Churches of America,” said Aleacha Miller, minister at Born Again Deliverance Ministries.

Minister Miller added that in August Apostle Kelson Miller of Born Again Deliverance Ministries was named Overseer of the Bahamas district, which now has multiple churches under its jurisdiction.

“If you missed last year’s Crusade you definitely don’t want to miss Calvary Unity Crusade 2019. Hundreds of persons will not just travel for the Crusade, but will also take part in the a community outreach. This outreach will include giving back to the R M Bailey School which was adopted by the group since last year. Its students, teachers and administration staff will all benefit from this give-back from the organisation. The organisation will also go into the community, giving back to the less fortunate and those affected by Hurricane Dorian,” said Minster Miller.

She said the overall goal is to bring change and transformation to communities, this nation, and to the body of Christ.

For more information, contact Apostle Kelson Miller at 803-4832 or 394-8569.


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