Bulletin 19 Oct 2019

SALUTATIONS

“Blessed be the LORD God of our fathers, who has put such a thing as this in the king’s heart, to beautify the house of the LORD which is in Jerusalem” (Ezra 7:27, NKJV).

 

CONFERENCE FIFTH QUADRENNIAL SESSION APPROACHES

The Fifth Quadrennial Session of the Cayman Islands Conference is scheduled for Sunday and Monday, December 8 and 9, at the George Town Seventh-day Adventist Church. All duly appointed delegates are invited to attend. Registration for the quadrennial session takes place on Sunday, December 8, from 1 pm to 2:30 pm., and the opening session will commence at 3 pm. The Conference session will receive reports, elect officers and departmental directors, elect a new executive committee, and transact other business as appropriate.

ALL INVITED TO NOV. 9 PRAYER VIGIL

The Prayer Ministries Department of the Conference will be seeking God’s guidance and blessings on the upcoming Quadrennial Conference Session in a special prayer vigil.  The vigil is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 9, from 8 pm to midnight, at the George Town Seventh-day Adventist Church.  All are invited

WOMEN’S MINISTRIES DEPARTMENT

The Women’s Ministries Department thanks all those who prayed for, participated in, and attended last weekend’s Women’s Convention.  We pray that all will choose to remain “In Christ.”  May His love become more real in us with each passing day.  Blessings!

ADRA T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE AT THE CONFERENCE

All ADRA Volunteers are notified that T-shirts are available at the Conference Office. Brother Osmin Bello in the business office will collect payment, upon which shirts will be available for collection at reception from sisters Opal Maragh or Ina Ramos.

BT INVITES ALL TO ANNUAL CHRISTMAS MUSICAL

The Christmas musical staged annually by the Seventh-day Adventist Chamber Orchestra takes place Sunday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 pm, at the Bodden Town Church. Proceeds will be in aid of the community projects of the Orion Pathfinder Club. Save the day, plan to attend, and bring a generous offering.

INVITATION TO SPECIAL JOINT SERVICE NOV. 2

The Cayman Islands Conference cordially invites all to a special joint service at the Kings Church on Sabbath, Nov. 2, at 4:30 pm.   Special guest presenters from the UK will share information and solutions to some of the modern threats to the mission of the church in these end-times.   We are cordially inviting all church leaders, parents and members, in general, to take advantage of this opportunity.

REGISTER FOR THE 10K RUN/WALK

BENEFITS ALZHEIMERS AND DEMENTIA ASSOCIATION

Marking its 30th anniversary, the annual 10K Run/Walk takes place on Sunday, Nov. 17, beginning at 6:00 am.   Part proceeds this year will go to the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association. The fee for registration, continuing at the Conference Office or with your sports leader, is $25 for persons 13 years and older, and $15 for those under 13.

CAYMAN ACADEMY ON MID-TERM BREAK

Cayman Academy’s mid-term break continues until Oct. 25.   School resumes on October 28.

ATCU’S WOMEN’S MINISTRIES CONVENTION APPROACHES

The Atlantic Caribbean Union (ATCU) Women’s Convention, In Christ, with Dr Janice Johnson-Browne, takes place at the Turks & Caicos Beaches Resort & Spa, Nov. 1-3. For further information contact the Cayman Islands Conference Women’s Ministries Director or your church’s Women’s Ministries Leader. 

NCU PRESIDENT VISITS THIS WEEKEND

WEEKEND OPENS WITH VESPER PRAISE

The President of NCU will deliver the Divine Hour message on Sabbath (19th) at Kings Church, a highpoint in this weekend’s Cayman Chapter anniversary services observing the association’s fifth birthday.

The weekend’s programme opens at 7 pm this Friday (18th) with a rich musical evening of praise, featuring the ACKy Choir, Final Hour, and the Good News Quartet, along with instrumentalist Victor Hyman and soloist Clyde Cain. 

The Williams Quartet, the special guest artists, and the ACKy singers will be featured at special AY service at Kings Church, on Sabbath, at 4 pm, when Dr Edwards will be speaking on NCU developments.  

The ACKy singers, under the direction of ACKy VP, will sing at all weekend services. All church members are cordially invited. 

PROSPECTIVE NCU STUDENTS SPECIALLY INVITED

TO SABBATH’S AY SERVICE AT KINGS CHURCH

All members, especially persons interested in attending NCU, are specially invited to the AY session at Kings Church on Sabbath (19th).  Hear about recent developments at NCU, making it an institution of choice for Christian education.

A second NCU ACKy scholarship, tenable at NCU beginning fall 2020, is still available. Deadline for scholarship application is May 29, 2020. A prerequisite or admission is acceptance in any NCU programme of study leading to a bachelor’s degree.  For further information on the NCU ACKy 2020 scholarship, available for any programme of study leading to a bachelor’s degree, visit https://www.ncucaymanalumni.com.

LET US PRAY FOR EACH OTHER

Oct. 20 to Oct. 26 Praying for Abused Parents

1. Carmen Richards
2. Stephen Woods
3. Stephanie Ebanks
4. Delores Clarke
5  Shirlene Henriques
6. Leathan Martin 

BULLETIN SUBMISSIONS

Deadline for submissions to the Conference Bulletin is Wednesdays at 1 pm.  Please forward via your church communications leader a maximum 60-word summary to kaneil.barrett@cicsda.org. Please indicate “Bulletin” on the subject line.

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

“And, behold, a man of Ethiopia, a eunuch of great authority under Candace queen of the Ethiopians, who had the charge of all her treasure, and had come to Jerusalem for to worship, was returning, and sitting in his chariot read Esaias the prophet.” This Ethiopian was a man of good standing and wide influence. God saw that when converted, he would give others the light he had received and would exert a strong influence in favour of the gospel. Angels of God were attending this seeker for light, and he was being drawn to the Saviour. By the ministration of the Holy Spirit the Lord brought him into touch with one who could lead him to the light. {AA 107.3}

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