April 20, 2016
Bishop Laish Boyd
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ANGLICAN Archbishop Laish Boyd is urging people to take COVID-19 safety guidelines seriously, saying we must “practice the protocols or face destruction”.
BISHOP Laish Boyd, head of the Anglican Diocese of The Bahamas & Turks and Caicos Islands, said although there is a spike in COVID cases, the Anglican community will continue to operate churches under the current government issued protocols.
ANGLICAN Archbishop Laish Boyd is urging residents to comply with the government’s extended emergency orders to avoid “widespread infection and death.” His plea came in a pastoral letter issued in observance of Holy Week, which begins on Sunday. Th
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.
ANGLICAN Archbishop Laish Boyd has warned that the country could “very easily get a black eye” from the international community if it does not handle the illegal immigration issue in a sensitive manner.
REVEREND Laish Boyd, bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands, has denounced the “gutter politics and venom” associated with the upcoming general election, charging that the practice could hinder upstanding persons seeking to offer themselves for public office in the future.
TOP religious leaders across denominations united yesterday to declare their hope that Bahamians vote yes to all questions during the gender equality referendum on June 7.