Religious Notes

THE ordination of Hermes J Laing and Perez Albury to the Sacred Order of Deacons in the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church will be held Friday night at 7.30pm – not tonight as previously reported – at the Church of the Nativity.

Better late than never


St Peter's Parish in North Long Island spreads Christmas joy

FATHER Chester Burton, Rector of Anglican Churches in Long Island, and the praying ladies who accompany him every fortnight in St Peter’s Parish began their Christmas celebrations early last week and with a bang.

A new beginning for 2015

By Dr Leonard Johnson

Silent Night - My Holiday Wish

LYRICS from a familiar Christmas song “Silent Night, Holy Night” best describe the wish of many Bahamians and residents, especially of Nassau.

Dr Mattie Nottage releases new song with a message

A BAHAMIAN minister is using every avenue she can to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ and help people struggling in any area of their life. Through her teachings from the pulpit, to stage plays and her books, Dr Mattie Nottage is adamant about inspiring people anyway she can.

A Christmas Message

“TO YOU is born this day, a saviour.” Good news indeed!

Celebrating Christmas

AS WE consider the true meaning of Christmas, let us find comfort in the following images of Jesus Christ:

Long Island schools celebrate the district carol service

AFTER weeks of planning, school students in Long Island were excited to celebrate and showcase their talents at the recent district carol service.

Celebrating Christmas with the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

FOLLOWING a tradition that is more than 100 years old, the annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols led by the Highgrove Singers at Christ Church Cathedral was held this past Sunday.

The ultimate shift

By Prophet Juvian Chase

Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols 2014

CHRISTMAS in Nassau will be celebrated during the traditional Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols which takes place this Sunday at 6.30pm at Christ Church Cathedral.

Religious notes

THE Bahamas branch of the Holy Qubtic Church is inviting the public to attend its lecture event tonight.

Keeping the faith throughout the holidays