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Ethiopian Orthodox Church Open For Art Walk

Ethiopian Orthodox Church Open For Art Walk

The Ethiopian Orthodox Church is inviting the public to view their hand-painted Church Icons, as they will be open for the St. George’s Art Walk on Saturday [May 27] A spokesperson said, “The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church, Debre Ganet Immanuel Cathedral, Invites residents and visitors to view our hand-painted Ethiopian Orthodox Church Icons.... Read more of this article

Bishop Dill: “Fresh Wind Is Needed” In Bermuda

Bishop Dill: “Fresh Wind Is Needed” In Bermuda

“At this time of division in our community, as our political and social realm seems to struggle to hold it together we need a new impetus – a fresh wind to unite us,” says Bishop Nicholas Dill ahead of Ascension Day. Bishop Dill said, “Even as we wonder at the power of the wind to drive the Sea Venture onto our shores in 1609 and in our... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Santo Cristo Dos Milagres

Photos & Video: Santo Cristo Dos Milagres

The Portuguese community came together on Sunday in order to celebrate “Festa do Senhor Santo Cristo dos Milagres” [Festival of the Christ of Miracles]. A centuries old tradition that originated in the Azores in the 17th century, the festival sees a solemn procession move through Hamilton, with participants walking on a carpet of flowers set... Read more of this article

Presentation On Ramadan Month Of Fasting

Presentation On Ramadan Month Of Fasting

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community will be delivering a short presentation on Ramadan on Thursday [May 18] from 12.00pm to 1.00pm at Bermuda National Library. A spokesperson said, “Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting will be welcomed again this year by Muslims around the 27th of May. Muslims fast from dawn to dusk and abstain from all food and drink.... Read more of this article

Maryland Methodist Members Visit Cobbs Hill

Maryland Methodist Members Visit Cobbs Hill

On April 28th, members of the Metropolitan United Methodist Church of Bryans Road, Maryland, met with members of the Cobbs Hill Methodist Church in Bermuda as a part of their visit to the island. The Metropolitan United Methodist Church group was in Bermuda on a trip organised by Dr. Joyce Hayward of Rejoyce Travels, and the tour on Friday was an ADHT... Read more of this article

Photos: Ahmadiyya Muslim Open Air Exhibition

Photos: Ahmadiyya Muslim Open Air Exhibition

As part of their educational campaign against extremism, Bermuda’s Ahmadiyya Muslim Community hosted an open air exhibition today [April 29] on Kindley Field Road in the east end, with educational material and free copies of the Holy Quran, with both English and Portuguese translations, available. A spokesperson previously explained that the “exhibit... Read more of this article

Ahmadiyya Muslim To Host Open Air Exhibition

Ahmadiyya Muslim To Host Open Air Exhibition

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community will be hosting an open air exhibition as part of their educational campaign against extremism on Saturday [April 29] from 9.00am to 7.00pm at Kindley Field Road, in the open area before roundabout/swing bridge on the way to St George’s. A spokesperson said, “This exhibit is part of our ongoing ‘True Islam’... Read more of this article

Bahá’ís Of Bermuda Hold National Convention

Bahá’ís Of Bermuda Hold National Convention

The Bahá’ís of Bermuda held their 37th Annual National Bahá’í Convention from April 21 – 23, with the convention held at the Bahá’í National Centre bringing together 19 delegates who have been elected regionally, to elect the National Spiritual Assembly and to consult on the affairs and developments of the Faith in Bermuda. “The... Read more of this article

Photos: Kingdom Dynamics Bookstore New Look

Photos: Kingdom Dynamics Bookstore New Look

The Kingdom Dynamics Bookstore, which is under the leadership of Bishop Vernon G. Lambe and located at the First Church of God on North Shore Road, has a new look. “One can visit and enjoy our vast array of inspiring Christian Literature, as we are hosting some of the newest and bestselling Christian books on the market,” a spokesperson... Read more of this article

Photos: Walk To Calvary Reenactment

Photos: Walk To Calvary Reenactment

[Updated with video] Congregations from the St. George’s churches marked today’s [April 14] Good Friday holiday by staging their annual reenactment of Jesus’ crucifixion. The Walk to Calvary has been staged annually during the Easter season for more than 15 years, becoming something of a St. George’s tradition.Good Friday celebrations are... Read more of this article

Free Lecture On ‘Making The Right Decisions’

Free Lecture On ‘Making The Right Decisions’

Does prayer make a difference? Every day, we’re faced with making decisions. Some are easy decisions, but others can cause long sleepless nights. Is there a way to know the right choice? If so, what is that? International speaker Leide Lessa says, “It’s been my experience that turning in prayer to God as the one divine Mind can lead to beneficial... Read more of this article

Column: ‘Strongly Condemn Terrorist Attacks’

Column: ‘Strongly Condemn Terrorist Attacks’

[Opinion column written by Shabnam Jheengoor] Social media and news agencies alike have been abuzz recently with the Westminster attack where a so-called ‘Muslim’ man injured and killed dozens of innocents in London. Once again, it becomes important to reiterate that Islam condemns such barbaric acts. Islamic teachings emphasize compassion, justice... Read more of this article

Column: Day Of Atonement Christian Reflections

Column: Day Of Atonement Christian Reflections

[Opinion column written by Thaddeus Bruno] The elaborate atonement ceremonies under the Old Testament were shadows of spiritual realities discussed and developed in the New Testament. A study of these rituals is of great help in learning truths necessary to Christian living. The word atonement is from the Hebrew, kaphar, and means to cover or cancel.... Read more of this article