July 23, 2018

The decline of today’s Anglican world wide church

Is the worldwide Anglican Church in decline? The answer is “yes”. This “shocking” story appeared in The Toronto Star on Jun 12th and being an Anglican filled me with dismay and horror. If you needed any back up to my answer of “yes, the Anglican Church is in decline” just read this: Trinity Anglican Church […]

Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Services held in the Cayman Islands

There were many services held last Sunday (3) on all three Cayman Islands that celebrated the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and I was privileged to have been able to attend to two of them. The first was a morning one at St. George’s Anglican Church on Courts Road, George Town. In attendance were the George Town […]

Jamaica and Cayman Islands Bishop’s enthronement sermon

Bishop Howard Gregory’s sermon, (heavily edited) at his enthronement, as the 14th Lord Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, last Thursday (17). I want to use the opportunity to express my sincere thanks to the people of this Diocese for the tremendous honour, which you have bestowed on me in electing and confirming me […]

Youth Sunday at Savannah United Church

by Colleen McGaw Sunday, 20 May was Youth Sunday at Savannah United Church.  The morning began for the children with Sunday School and breakfast, followed by worship celebration in the Church. The service was led by Delano Callender on behalf of the youth. Following a selection of “Praise Songs”, a Prayer of Adoration and Confession […]

Cayman Christian Heritage

If you were passing by Elmslie Memorial United Church on the waterfront around 10:30am last Sunday (20) you may have thought you had fallen into a time warp and had gone back a few years. It was Elmslie’s Caymanian Christian Heritage celebration and all their members were asked to wear an item of clothing to […]

New Anglican bishop begs church to keep far from corruption

Newly installed Anglican Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, the Right Reverend Dr Howard Gregory, is urging the church to dissociate itself from tainted money, which continues to circulate in the society where corruption is rampant. Gregory said yesterday that members of the church could not consider themselves exempt from corrupt activities if they […]

Spiritually Speaking

Did Christ commit suicide? If Christ hadn’t died the way he did would there be Christianity? Christ was never a Christian. He was a Jew and died a Jew. He had been given enough ‘outs’ to being crucified and according to Matthew’s gospel, Jesus himself told his disciples that he had to “suffer many things […]

Anglican Bishop balks at three-man contract panel just before his enthronement

Lord Bishop-elect of the Anglican Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, Rt. Rev. Dr. Howard Kingsley Ainsworth Gregory has called on the People’s National Party Administration to rethink its decision to appoint an Independent Oversight Panel to expedite negotiation and settlement of three large Government contracts. Bishop Gregory said it was time for a […]

Halleluijah Praises in the Courtyard

The University College of the Cayman Islands will host a major benefit gospel concert slated for Friday and Saturday, May 25 & 26, 2012, 6:30pm at the UCCI Courtyard. Entitled Halleluja: Praises in the Courtyard, This will showcase performances by Quincy Brown, Crissy D, the UCCI Choir, UCCI Pandemix Steel Pan Band, UCCI Dancers, as […]

Obama voices his support for gay marriage

(AP) On the fence no longer, President Barack Obama declared his unequivocal support for gay marriage on Wednesday, a historic announcement that gave the polarizing social issue a more prominent role in the 2012 race for the White House. The announcement was the first by a sitting president, and Republican challenger Mitt Romney swiftly disagreed […]