Boatswain Bay Church marks a busy weekend

Boatswain Bay Presbyterian Church had a busy weekend this month marking the Church’s 86th anniversary. On Saturday, Nov. 19, at 6 a.m., a group of parishioners walked from Centennial Towers and finished at the church.

Boatswain Bay Presbyterian Church had a busy weekend this month marking the Church’s 86th anniversary.

On Saturday, Nov. 19, at 6 a.m., a group of parishioners walked from Centennial Towers, site of the former home of church founders Bertie and Elizabeth Ebanks, and finished at the church.

Then on Sunday, Nov. 20, the church held Sunday School, followed by a packed morning worship service where Deacon Mr. Creston Powery was installed. Singing was led by the church’s combined praise teams, and on the special day a Pews Plaque, in memory and in honor of church members was unveiled, and communion was held.

The congregation members then gathered for a lunch of local dishes including turtle, conch, Cayman style beef with rice and beans, breadkind and salad, along with a variety of cakes. The day concluded with an evening worship service and singspiration.

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