The George Town Seventh-day Adventist Church celebrated its cultural diversity with a multicultural program on Sabbath afternoon, January 28th. The event was held at the church in George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands and was attended by members from various countries, including Honduras, Nicaragua, Cuba, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Barbados, India, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and the Cayman Islands.
The program consisted of multimedia presentations showcasing the participants’ home countries and a grand social featuring dishes from each represented country. The participants wore their national attire, including traditional dresses and customized t-shirts, to celebrate their cultures and show their pride in their countries. There was also a display of flags from different countries, creating a festive atmosphere and highlighting the cultural diversity within the church.
Pastor Moises Espinosa, the pastor of the George Town Seventh-day Adventist Church, shared that the program intended to celebrate and acknowledge that their church is a diversified and united community. He emphasized that Christ embraced people from all backgrounds and modes of behaviour or way of thought peculiar to an individual.
The celebration was meant to send a positive message to the community that the church is inclusive and welcoming of people from all cultures.
The event was well-attended by the church’s usual members and several community visitors who came to be part of the celebration. The multicultural program brought people together to celebrate their cultural differences and embrace their similarities in a positive and joyful atmosphere.
In conclusion, the George Town Church’s multicultural program celebrated cultural diversity and completeness, reminding us that no matter where we come from or what culture we belong to, we are all united in our love for God and each other.
Written by: Devarro Whittaker, Associate Television Producer. Submitted by: Pastor Moises Espinosa