Photos: Premier Attends Bermuda Conference

March 6, 2020 | 8 Comments

Premier David Burt, his wife Kristin, and Parliamentary colleagues attended the Opening Session of the 134th Session of the Bermuda Annual Conference at St. Paul AME Church yesterday.

A Government spokesperson said, “Premier David Burt, with his wife Kristin, members of the Cabinet and Parliamentary colleagues attended the Opening Session of the 134th Session of the Bermuda Annual Conference at St. Paul AME Church earlier.

“The Conference is hosted by the Ministerial Alliance of the African Methodist Episcopal Churches in Bermuda. Today’s Opening Sessions was held at St. Paul to mark its 150th Anniversary year.

“The Premier and Mrs. Burt recognized the outstanding service of retiring Bishop and Episcopal Supervisor of the First Episcopal District, Bishop Gregory G.M. Ingram and Rev. Dr. Jessica Kendall Ingram.”

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  1. sandgrownan says:

    It is highly disturbing to have a parliamentary group so embedded with a faith organisation. It leads to flawed thinking.

  2. Jack Archer says:

    wow, he really is the King of photo-ops, isn’t he.

    • sandgrownan says:

      ..and not much else unfortunately. Waste of a talent.

    • eyes wide open says:

      You worry about Jet Gate Craig as your only choice for UBPoba leader. LOLOLOL
      NOW PHOTO-OPP THAT!! (:

      • Sandgrownan says:

        *sigh* let’s talk about that, be we must also discuss Jetgate Ewart and Bermudians being overcharged $1.8m. You know real public money. Simpleton

  3. bluenose says:

    The PLP are so closely entrenched with the Unions and the Church. What could possibly go wrong?!

    • Anne says:

      Our Premier is doing a fine job in the midst of this pandemic.

      There are many intelligent people with both atheistic and theistic world views. Many of the world’s most eminent minds continue to believe in God’s existence.

      I continue to respect those who hold ‘faith’ in God’s non-existence and feel the same should be shown to Christians who believe in God.

      Christians who are Nobel winners in science attest to the fact that faith in God isn’t anti-intellectual.

      I have friends who are both Christians,of other faiths and those who hold true that the material world is all that exists – despite the fact the universe has a beginning.

      We do need to hold every government accountable for sure but in manner that shows respect.

      Stay safe and praying for everyone to experience peace and good health at this time.

      The Bible says “Be still and then know I am God.”

      For more insights to my point listen to Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University John Lennox debate Richard Dawkins on YouTube

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