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The Seventh-day Adventist Church parking lot on Smith Road, which is used for overflow parking for the Cayman Islands Hospital, will be closed to all vehicle and foot traffic from Sunday, 1 Sept., through Friday, 6 Sept.
The Seventh-day Adventist Community Service Department pitched tents in the shade of trees on Northward Road in Bodden Town Saturday to pray and share with those who are less fortunate.
The Church of God Bodden Town’s partly finished building on Shamrock Road is, at any rate, a peaceful place.
More than $13,000 was raised in Sunday’s West Bay SDA Church 5K Walk/Run to provide money for a new sanctuary at West Bay Adventist Church, which will double as a hurricane shelter.
Seventh-day Adventist churches took to the streets Friday to promote the importance of drinking more water.
North Side Seventh-day Adventist Church recently celebrated harvest festival, an occasion for thanksgiving and community fellowship.
The Bodden Town Seventh-day Adventist Church hosted an evening of music and worship late last month at its fourth annual musical vesper service.
Hundreds of young adults inspired to spread the message of their church reached out to people in the Bodden Town community with food bags and prayer last Saturday.
Several groups came together last month to offer Savannah residents a free health screening clinic.
Mandi Parchment celebrated her fourth birthday Wednesday by donating the money for a party to the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Hurricane Matthew Relief Fund for Haiti, Cuba and the Bahamas. Mandi, daughter of Abigail and Sean Parchment, heard about the fund on the radio and from her parents and wanted to help.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church, West Bay recently held its annual Community Guest Day, honoring businesses and organizations working to help those in need in the district and beyond. Hundreds were in attendance at the event held on Oct. 15 at the Sir John A. Cumber School Hall.
Some 200 young people gathered at the Grand Pavilion courtyard on Oct. 7 to hear stories of gang life and redemption from a man who says he spent his formative years in some of the most impoverished, disadvantaged and dangerous areas of south Florida.
Thousands of people packed the Lions Centre Sunday night for what was billed as the Cayman Islands’ first “family values” conference.
A fish fry held by the Community Services Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in George Town raised more than $8,000 to help pay the back-to-school expenses of nearly four dozen students on island.
Cline Glidden Sr., a merchant marine and a boat captain for more than 40 years and who served as Serjeant at Arms of the Legislative Assembly for 15 years, passed away Monday at his home in West Bay. He was 91.
Health City Cayman Islands has pledged to support regional Seventh-Day Adventists hospitals in a memorandum of understanding that was signed last month.
The chaplain for the United States Senate, Barry Black, will be in the Cayman Islands this weekend and plans to speak at the Seventh-day Adventist Church awards banquet, Sunday evening.
Cayman seniors enjoyed a lunch hosted by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Department of Children and Family Services at Pedro Castle on Monday. The celebrations included food, music and fellowship.