Youth group to ‘impact’ West Bay

Young people from 15 Seventh-day Adventist churches in the Cayman Islands will make their presence known in West Bay this weekend.

Under the theme “Be the Sermon,” the young people will trade their church clothing for T-shirts and jeans and take their message about the love of God to the people of West Bay.

Ivor Harry, youth ministries and education director of the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, said everyone is welcome to attend the praise and worship event.

On Saturday, Oct. 11, from 10 a.m., there will be a number of outreach activities, such as health checks, food distribution, hair grooming and the distribution of literature. At 3 p.m., the church youth will march through a section of the Ed Bush Sports Complex to participate in a rally.

Mr. Harry said the group expects a highly charged atmosphere of praise and testimonies as young people share the secrets of their spiritual success with their friends from the community.

“Guest presenter for the evening will be Jeremy Anderson, and we are also expecting our civic leaders to bring words of encouragement and greetings,” he said.

Mr. Anderson, a motivational speaker, comes from a ministry in the United States in which he interacts with young people in ways intended to inspire them to embrace what he terms “Next Level Living.”

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