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“Worship is not simply a specific physical act, such as kneeling in prayer. Rather it is a condition of a heart that loves and adores God, a heart that has been humbled before a great and mighty Creator. It is a heart that has been broken at Calvary, devoted to the death of self, and committed to the lordship of Jesus Christ. In the Christian world today, many believe they have the right to choose the form or style of worship that seems appropriate for them” But remember that worship is Godcentered not self-centered. Worship p. 44


Special Congratulations to the Churches that are continuing to blaze the path of evangelism in our Conference. The upcoming evangelistic outreach programmes are : The East End Church will be-

Weekly Bulletin September 17, 2011


While Women are being blessed at the Mary Miller hall, we are inviting all men ages 16– 99 to meet for a joint session at the Savannah Church today starting at 4:00 pm. Men you can’t afford to miss it, it will be great. We are also planning a special feature for the children. Men we need to remember that we are keeping the children this weekend.


Cayman Academy still have a few spaces available. We accept students from Pre-k to Year 12. The principal is proud to announce that 93% of the Year 12 students from last school years passed more than five CXC subjects in June this year. The school has a new Music Department and are working on developing “the Cayman Academy school band” and choirs. The Home School Association meets this Tuesday, September 20 for their first general meeting. All parents/guardians and teachers are asked to attend.


gin their evangelistic programme on September 23 with speaker Dr. Ivor Harry, this will last three weeks. The Bodden Town Church will begin campaign on October 22 with Elder Alberga Foster. The Kings Church tent Campaign begins in October, Bethel and Savannah churches begin in the November. If your church is planning an outreach program, please let us know so we can help.


The Savannah Church presents the Ten Commandments Series, beginning October 28. This series will run for ten days on Friday, Sabbath, Sunday and Wednesdays. Look out for more details.

The Savannah Health Fair is this Sunday, September 18 beginning at 10:00 am. Special; guest will be the Minister of health, the Honorable Mr. Mark Scotland. The health team, including three renowned physicians, will be there to attend to your needs and hear your concerns. Dr. Andy Shilingford will be speaking on Thyroid diseases. Dr. Steve Tomlinson will be having an open forum to answer all your questions. Dr. Sook Yen will be speaking on cervical cancer. The Cancer society will be providing free screening vouchers to women. Come early and get yours.


Classes for this programme begin this Sunday the 18th. Persons who were not able to get registered , Mrs. Leonara Wynter-Young and her team will be doing late registration from 1- 4pm in the Clifton IAD & ACUM WOMEN LEADERS TO VISIT Hunter Auditorium this Sunday. Call Dr. L. Smith The IAD and ACUM Women Ministries Direc- at 326-3276 for details of if you wish to volunteer tors are visiting the Cayman Islands for a special to teach a class! Women’s Convention this weekend. The ConEBENEZER SINGLES MINISTRIES vention started Friday at the Mary Miller Hall in The Ebenezer singles ministries is inviting you Red Bay. It continues all day today at the same to a yard sale, Car wash and breakfast on Sunday location. Sunday the 18th all local church Women September 25 at 7 am at the Cayman Academy Ministry’s directors will meet at the George Town School grounds. Shop while you wash your car Church at 8:00 a.m. and have a bite while you wait. President: Pastor Eric D. Clarke | Executive Secretary: R. Dracket | Treasurer: S.L. Woods Visit for more updates/ E-mail the office at



The West Bay Church has started the reconstrucThe prayer line numbers for special tion of their temple, which was destroyed by hurprayers are 939-0348 and 927-5892. ricane Ivan on September 12 – 13, 2004. God bless WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT AND KEEP FIT you West Bay! All of us can play a part in making Join the ASI 5k Run/Walk every Sunday morning this a reality in a short time by sharing the blessat 5.30 am starting at the Conference Office. All ings that God has provided. are encouraged to attend no matter your size, age YOUTH MINISTRIES - BIBLE BOOM [BOWL] or fitness level. The program also includes a short Bible Bowl has had a name changed to Bible aerobics work-out and a devotional. For more inBoom. This year’s Bible Boom contest will be formation call Elder Riley at 326-3726. from the books of Luke and Acts (King James Ver10K RUN/WALK sion). The Union’s qualifying round will be held The Cayman Islands Conference Annual 10K run/ the end of October in Nassau, Bahamas. The Conwalk is coming up next month. The 10 kilometers ference finals begin on September 18. We trust run/walk race sponsored and organized by the Caythat all churches submitted the names of their man Islands Conference is going into its 22nd anparticipants to the Youth Ministries department. niversary, we praise God for this. Keep practicing!



The Bodden Town Church extends an invitaFootball continues this Saturday night. We contion to all to the “Home Coming Weekend Celgratulate the Ebenezer and the Savannah Churches ebration” on Friday Sept 30 to Sunday October on their victory. Tonight at 8pm Kings vs Newlands 2, @7:30pm-8:30p.m. on Sabbath Oct 1st, @ and at 9pm Savannah vs filidelfia at the Annex in 9:15a.m.-12:30p.m & 4:30p.m.-6:30p.m. Come George Town. All teams are asked submit their $50 and have a blessed time worshiping the Lord. registration fee, have your team lists verified by the Lunch will be served on Sabbath. pastor or elder of their church. Teams who do not KINGS KIDS PRAISE adhere to the tournament regulations will lose their Kings Children’s Ministry presents, ‘Kidz In points. Christ like atitude is encouraged at all Praise Gospel Concert” featuring Gabrielle Euter times. Contact Roger Johnson 925-7653 or Livand Knisilia Williams, along with several children ingston Bailey at 526-2899 for details. choirs and other local artists on October 1, 7:30 THE GREAT CONTROVERSY pm. at the Kings Church. Contribution - Adults“The Great Controversy” will be distributed by the $5 and children- $3. thousands throughout our Division territory. These ADVENTIST TOASTMASTERS CLUB books have been subsidized so it can come to you The Education Department and iServe are com- for only $1.25. Let the Personal Ministries Director bining to offer assistance to those who would like in your church know how many copies you need to to improve their speaking ability through Adven- share God’s end-time message in your area. tist Toastmasters beginning October 3 at 6:30 pm. If you are interested, please send your name, Let us pray for the sick among us: 2. Kurt Scott phone number and email to Brother Robert Lynch 1. Berthalee Kelly at the Conference Headquarters caymanconfer- 3. Altameka Bodden 4. Tommy Ebanks 5. George Chollette 6 Ms. Nancy Yates 7 Churchill Connolly 8 Eddie Ebanks ALBUM LAUNCH 10 Adele Ebanks “I Know”, the debut album by O’Niel Duncan. 9 Tanya Connolly Launch Date October 29, 2011 at 7:30 pm at the Clifton Hunter Auditorium. Buy your ticket for only $15 and get a free CD at the Launch. Children pay $5 at the Gate. Tickets available at Funky Tangs, and the Conference office or call 321-6447 or 939-8847 for details.


The Administrators of the Cayman Conference, Pastor Eric Clarke, Sis. Sheila Woods and Pastor Reinaldo Dracket visited with Sister Berthalee Thompson-Kelly on Cayman Brac this past week. We praise God for the courage and strength He is giving her in these challenging circumstances. Sunset Time - 6:26 PM Happy Sabbath | Feliz Sabado | Maligayang Sabado

Cayman Conference Bulletin  

A weekly round up of events and happenings in and around the Cayman islands

Cayman Conference Bulletin  

A weekly round up of events and happenings in and around the Cayman islands