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Men’s day prayer breakfast at St Philip AME

Today

St Philip AME Church will have its annual men's day prayer breakfast at the church at 8am. Rev Nicholas Tweed will be the special preacher. The cost is $20.

The First Church of God Angle Street will start their pre-women's day activities with a SWEET service at 10am. The special speaker will be Deaconess Claudette Smith. Activities will continue through to next Sunday, April 26.

Tomorrow

Mt Zion AME will host its men's day worship experience at 10am and 3.30pm. The theme of this year's event is Men Seeking Greater! The guest preacher will be Rev Terence Gray (Pastor of St Mark AME Church in Orlando, Florida).

Thursday (April 23)

St Philip AME Church will host a men's day revival. Rev Lorne Bean will be speaking; there will also be a performance from the Richard Allen AME Church choir. For more information call 293-0882.

Allen Temple's senior choir presents a Night of Spirituals Concert at 7.30pm. The cost is $25; for more information telephone 234-0433.

Friday (April 24)

The First Church of God Angle Street pre-women's day service at 7pm. The speaker will be church pastor Madeline Hayward.

Saturday (April 25)

Bermuda Cathedral of the Holy Trinity will host a prayer breakfast in their Cathedral Hall on Church Street at 9am. Tickets are $25. Part proceeds will go to St James Church's restoration efforts. Tickets are available from guild members or by calling 333-5069.

The First Church of God Angle Street's prayer breakfast will take place at Astwood Hall, Church Street, Hamilton at 8.30am. The special guest speaker will be Pastor Joy Morgan from Restoration Station, Edgewater, New Jersey. Tickets, $25, are available by phoning 293-0438, 238-2989 or the church office at 292-2300.

Next Sunday (April 26)

The First Church of God Angle Street will have its final women's day services at 11am and 4.30pm. The guest speaker will be Pastor Joy Morgan, of Restoration Station, Edgewater, New Jersey.

St Philip AME Church will celebrate men's day with two special services. The first at 11am will feature Bishop of Bermuda, Rev Nicholas Dill; at 4pm the speaker will be Rev Terry Hassell. The Heard Chapel AME Choir will also perform at the afternoon service.

The theme is Men, Being Kept By the Lord based on a passage of scripture found in 1 Thessalonians 5:12-25.

Sunday, May 3

The Guild of St Monica's Mission Church will celebrate its 106th anniversary at St Monica's Church at 3pm. The guest speaker will be Rev Terry Hassell of Heard Chapel AME Church.

St James Church in Sandys will be the locale for the next production of stage musical We are Climbin' Jacob's Ladder. The show, which has been given rave reviews in the past, features an all-star cast and live band. It's described as an exciting motivational and spiritual play. Tickets are $25 or $50 for patrons and are available from church members, Caesar's Pharmacy and Music Box.

Saturday, May 16

Allen Temple Missionaries will host a 10K walk starting at 7.30am. It will be followed by a health fair. Registration for the walk is $20. For more information telephone 234-0433.

REGULAR EVENTS

Saturdays

Widows fellowship group: Every third Saturday from 4.30pm to 6pm at Vernon Temple administration office. Contact Hope Lowe on 297-2101 and 704-3077.

Bilingual worship (Spanish/English) at 6.30pm at Warwick Seventh-day Adventist Church Fellowship Hall, 92 South Shore Road. Call 236-0077 or 537-4857.

Sundays

The Salvation Army in St George's: Join them at 6 Governors Alley for their service at 11am and 6pm. During the week they have activities for all ages. Call 297-0267.

Wesley Methodist Church, 41 Church Street, Hamilton: Sunday school at 10.30am.

All children are welcome. Call 292-0418.

Southampton Seventh-day Adventist Church: Community giveaway every third Sunday of the month including clothing, food and shoes from 1pm to 4pm at Church Fellowship Hall on Middle Road in Southampton.

Telephone 238-1080 or southamptonsda@transact.bm. Church school from 10.30am to 11.30am and morning worship at 10am.

Ebenezer Methodist Church at 7 York Street in St George's: Children of all ages invited to Sunday School at 11am.

Somerset Seventh-day Adventist Church, 9 Beacon Hill, Somerset: Free giveaway of clothing and more on the last Sunday of each month from noon to 4pm.

Mondays

Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church (the pink church on the corner of Church and Court Streets) will have its Prayer Group, in the sanctuary from 12:45pm to 1:15pm. The group will meet on the first and third Monday of each month. They will be praying for individuals in the community, the world and the Island. It will be led by Elder Mary Brier. The First Church of God, “The Transformation Center”, located at 75 Sound View Road, Somerset, is running a TLC Institute Community School, Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 2.30pm. Contact 234-0492 or tlc@logic.bm.

Tuesdays

The First Church of God, “The Transformation Center”, (75 Sound View Road, Somerset) is hosting Daily Bread's free dinner every Tuesday from 4pm until 6pm.

New Life Church of the Nazarene: Prayer and Bible study at its location on Collector's Hill, Smith's at 7pm.

The Bermuda Bible Institute: A Bible study at TN Tatem Middle School, 7pm to 8pm. E-mail bermuda.bible.institute@gmail.com. Call 537-6480.

Peace Lutheran Church, 154 South Road, Paget: Homework time for middle school students. Free support/tutoring from 4pm to 5pm. Call Pastor Karsten Decker, 236-5619.

Rosalie Johnson Missionary Society of Heard Chapel AME Church, 42 Glebe Road, Pembroke: Free clothing giveaway from 10am to 2pm.

St Philip AME Church: Prayer and Bible study, 102 Harrington Sound Road, at 7.30pm.

Wednesdays

St John's Church on St John's Road: Prayer meeting at 1pm.

Catalyst Men's: Fellowship, Bible reflection and prayer from 1pm to 2pm second Wednesday each month at Cathedral Hall, Church Street.

Mt Zion AME Church's Weekly Bible study Wednesdays at 7.30pm. Please check the church website for further details: www.mtzion.bm

Thursdays

Grace Methodist Church, 167 North Shore: Prayer and Bible study at 5.30pm with Rev D'Wain Wales.

Baha'i Faith: Weekly discussions on Baha'i spiritual solutions to today's problems, 6.30pm to 8pm, all welcome. Baha'i National Centre, Brunswick Street, Hamilton.

Bermuda Islamic Cultural Centre: Islam In Focus, tune to ZBM radio 1340 AM, 6.15pm to 7pm for Islamic news, world affairs and Holy Koran teachings.

St Augustine's Church, Pembroke: Community Contact Ministry service and Bible study at 6.30am. Telephone 292-0253.

Nehemiah Bible Conference Institute Revival Assembly: Every week at 23 Ewing Street, Hamilton, from 7.30pm to 9pm 238-5983.

Fridays

The First Church of God, “The Transformation Center”, located at 75 Sound View Road, Somerset, is holding a TLC Bible Study for all ages children, youth and adults on Fridays at 7.30pm.

African Hebrew Israelites: New World classes on the African Edenic Presence in the Bible and the Holy Land; spiritual upliftment classes, at Dellwood Middle School from 6.30pm to 8.30pm 294-4134.

Around Bermuda's Churches is compiled by Nadia Arandjelovic-Laws. E-mail calendar notices to nadia@royalgazette.com.

Reverend Nicholas Tweed: Special preacher at prayer breakfast (File photo)

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Published April 18, 2015 at 9:00 am (Updated April 18, 2015 at 12:43 am)

Men’s day prayer breakfast at St Philip AME

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