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Right Reverend Bishop Julius Harrison McAllister, the Presiding Bishop of the First Episcopal District of the AME Church

TOMORROW

• Bermuda AME Ministerial Alliance: Joins us for the 136th session of the Bermuda Annual Conference at 3.30pm when the Right Reverend Bishop Julius Harrison McAllister, the Presiding Bishop of the First Episcopal District of the AME Church, will give the closing sermon. Due to Covid protocols, in-person attendance at St Paul AME and Mt Zion AME churches will be limited to those on the conference roll call, participants and delegates. The public is welcome to tune into the St Paul AMEC Bermuda Facebook page: https://bit.ly/3MesMcF. Members can follow up with their pastors for Zoom details.

• St Mark's Anglican Church: We will be holding our peaceful worship service at 8am and our contemporary all-ages worship service at 9.30am when we will be observing International Women’s Day. Our guest speaker will be Karen Grissette, the US Consul General in Bermuda. For the youngsters our Sunday School is open and all children and youth are welcome for activities and youth church. Come to St. Mark's – not just a church but a family! 53 South Road, Smith's.

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Published March 05, 2022 at 8:00 am (Updated March 04, 2022 at 9:13 am)

Around the churches

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