Bulletin 20 March 2020


“And some of those of understanding shall fall, to refine them, purify them, and make them white, until the time of the end; because it is still for the appointed time” (Daniel 11:35, NKJV).


We wish to advise each of you that plans are in place to conduct our Sabbath School lesson review, as well as divine worship on Praise 87.9, every Sabbath, as we go through this Covid-19 threat.  We encourage you to tune in to the radio station and other media platforms so you can be blessed through these services.

We are also encouraging all our churches to make plans to conduct Wednesday evening prayer services, Adventist Youth services, Bible classes, etc. online.   It is very important that each church remain connected during this period, using online sources.  


This is to inform you that in response to recommendations from our Union Office we will be closing the Conference Office, including the ABNC and the non-teaching staff at Cayman Academy, until March 31, 2020 in order to support efforts to eradicate or to minimize and contain the transmission of COVID-19. All employees will be encouraged to work from their homes.

It is imperative that we reassure our members that the closures implemented are temporary measures. The call for social distancing is not a call for spiritual distancing. We need to press together now more than ever. Let us unite in prayer for each other, and to support each other in these testing times. Let us pray for our government and healthcare workers, and for all who have been affected by this health threat.

May God keep us safe and united at this time.


Dear Pastors and members of the Cayman Islands Conference,


A strong connection with God is vital to success in navigating times of difficulty. Spending time in prayer brings us closer to God and strengthens the bonds we have with each other. This is the primary reason for reminding you of our Pray-a-thon initiative from March 13 to April 2, 2020. During this time, Wednesdays and Sabbaths will be days of prayer and fasting for all churches (6am-12pm or 6am–6pm) while all other days will be regular days of prayer where we encourage our members to follow the schedule below so that prayer will be offered up every hour on the hour from morning until evening every day. We invite you to pray either individually or in groups, being careful to follow the current recommendations on “social distancing” by utilizing WhatsApp, Facebook, etc. The schedule is as follows:

Sun, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri

6am All Churches
7am Savannah and Maranatha
8am Solid Rock
9am East End and Filadelfia
10am Ebenezer and Newlands,
11am Creek and LittleCayman
12pm All Churches
1pm George Town and Bethel
2pm Bodden Town and Berea
3pm Kings and Bethany
4pm West Bay
5pm Ephesus and North Side
6pm All Churches

May God bless and protect you as we put our trust in His promise to hear and answer us in our time of need.


Sabbath School supplies are here, please arrange for pickup


A second NCU ACKy scholarship, tenable at NCU beginning fall 2020, is available. Deadline for scholarship application is May 29, 2020. A prerequisite is an acceptance into 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.


1. Ursula Smith

2. Stephen Woods

3. Stephanie Ebanks

4. Delores Clarke

5. Shirlene Henriques

Praying this coming week  “To See the love of God in the Cross and Resurrection”


In ancient times the Lord worked in a wonderful way through consecrated women who united in His work with men whom He had chosen to stand as His representatives. He used women to gain great and decisive victories. More than once, in times of emergency, He brought them to the front and worked through them for the salvation of many lives. Through Esther the queen, the Lord accomplished a mighty deliverance for His people. At a time when it seemed that no power could save them, Esther and the women associated with her, by fasting and prayer and prompt action, met the issue, and brought salvation to their people.—Special Testimonies, Series B 15:1, 2 (1911). {DG 45.3}

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