Flamingos at World Day of Prayer!

The service was written by the women of the Bahamas and was both informative and meaningful.

Some of the organizers of the 2015 World Day of Prayer: Kersti Jakobsson

t’s true! There were to of the national birds of the Bahamas spotted at the World Day of Prayer Service at the Senior Citizens’ Centre on Friday, March 6. The service was written by the women of the Bahamas and was both informative and meaningful. The event was hosted by St. John’s United Church, with eight other congregations also taking part in the service. There were 78 people in attendance and they enjoyed the inviting Bahamian décor, the lovely service, the refreshments, and the opportunity to visit with one another. Pictured are some of the day’s organizers: Kersti Jakobsson, Jean Daniels, Merle Vanderburgh and Ruth Manson.

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