Around the churches
• Christ Anglican Church, Devonshire: “Dine Under the Stars”, a dinner and entertainment fundraiser for local and overseas missions. 6pm to 9pm. Tickets: Sold out. The church will also celebrate the third pastoral anniversary of Reverend Jamaine “Jay” and Mrs Konnie Tucker.
• Community Contact Ministries: Join us at South Shore Park, Warwick Long Bay. Our service begins at 8.45am when the speaker will be Pastor Gladstone Thompson. If the park is not accessible and the roads are clear we will worship at New Testament Church of God Miracle Temple Hall. All are welcome. If the roads are not accessible we will be on Zoom: 3532338905; passcode school and Facebook under Community Contact Ministries. The theme will be ‘God’s Grace and Mercy Brought Bermuda Through’. Pastor Gladstone Thompson will be the preacher.
• St Mark’s Anglican Church: Join our peaceful worship service at 8am. This will be followed by our contemporary, all-ages worship service at 9.30am when the theme of Reverend Gavin Tyte’s talk will be “Contentment”. Children and other young people will join us for the first part of the service and then enjoy their own time together in the hall. Come to St Mark’s, not just a church but a family! 53 South Road, Smith’s.
• Bahá'ís of Bermuda: Join us every Thursday as we explore spiritual topics based on Baháʼu'lláh's vision for a prosperous world. 7pm to 9pm at the Baha'i National Centre. 8 Brunswick Street, Hamilton.
• Anglican Cathedral: The annual Archdeacon’s Visitation service will take place at the Cathedral at 4pm. It is at this service that all Anglican church wardens and vestry members will take their oaths of office for the 2022 to 2023 year. 29 Church Street, Hamilton.
• St Mark’s Anglican Church: St. Mark's Anglican Church Guild Annual General Meeting will take place in the church hall following the church’s 9.30am worship service. 53 South Road, Smith’s.
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