September 24, 2017

Music tribute to Kathy

Cayman Islands: John Gray Memorial Church celebrates 50 years of Katherine Jackson’s Music Ministry By Georgina Wilcox Last Sunday (17) at 5:30pm church members and friends packed West Bay’s John Gray Memorial Church to celebrate a music tribute to Katherine (Kathy) Jackson, their Organist and Choir Director whose Church Music Ministry has spanned 50 years. […]

Prayer urged as natural disasters strike Mexico and Caribbean islands

From Anglican News More than 225 people have been killed and many more injured following a 7.1 magnitude earthquake that struck Mexico yesterday (Tuesday). It comes as the wider region is battered by Hurricane Maria – the fourth hurricane to hit the Caribbean region in recent weeks. The Anglican Alliance says that information coming out […]

In the aftermaths of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, will Hurricane ISIS make landfall?

Article by Correspondent Dallas Darling From WN “We must search out totally new ways to anchor ourselves, for all the old roots religion, nation, community, family, or profession are now shaking under the hurricane impact of the accelerative thrust.”  – Alvin Toffler Like hurricanes, the nature of ISIS stands for “We love death more […]

Cardinal Dolan on Bannon’s church remark: ‘Preposterous, rather insulting’

By Jason Devaney From Newsmax One of the six Catholic cardinals in the United States took issue with former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s remark that the Catholic Church only supports immigrant-friendly legislation for economic reasons. The saga began when Bannon sat down for an interview with CBS that is slated to air this […]

Sir Rodney commends support of ‘architectural gems’

From Antigua Observer Governor General Sir Rodney Williams has commended all those who have made contributions towards the restoration of both the St John’s Anglican Cathedral and Government House, and he has called for additional support for the projects. Referring to the two historical buildings as “two architectural gems”, Sir Rodney made the call during […]

Dramatic rescue: ‘Miracle Baby’ survived Harvey by clinging to dead mom

By David A. Patten From Newsmax A 3-year-old infant clinging to her dead mother’s body was plucked from flood waters just seconds before being swept under a flooded trestle as the rains of Harvey pummeled Southeast Texas. The toddler’s survival is being hailed on social media and the internet as a miracle. Police in Beaumont, […]

Julene Banks funeral Mon Aug 28

Everyone at iNews Cayman extend condolences to dear friend Loxley Banks and the DeCosta family on the loss of their loved one, JULENE BANKS. Funeral service for the late Julene Banks is on Monday August 28, 3PM at Wesleyan Holiness Church, West Bay.

DG 5K Challenge funds support Cayman Brac youth camp

A group of 10 young people from Cayman Brac recently travelled to Grand Cayman for a week-long, YMCA summer camp and leadership programme. The camp was held from Sunday, 13 August to Friday, 18 August. The trip was made possible by a portion of the funds raised for the YMCA at the DG’s 5K Challenge […]

Cayman Islands Adventists distribute school supplies

The Adventist Church once again demonstrated its commitment to community services with the distribution of 260 backpacks and 45 packets of school supplies to scores of children who turned out for an end-of-summer fun day last Sunday (20 August) at the Airport Park. The backpacks were funded by the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists […]

‘The church is too divided’

From Jamaica Gleaner HIGHGATE, St Mary: After serving as an elder at the Bethel United Church in Highgate, St Mary, for more than a decade, Trevor Stoddard decided to retire to the backbench, but still maintains a keen interest in local and international religious affairs. Stoddard’s favourite Bible passage is Philippians 4:13: “I can do […]