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Men’s Christian group enjoy Xmas breakfast with ladies


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Cayman Islands Men’s Christian Fellowship group enjoy Christmas breakfast with their ladies

By Georgina Wilcox

Just before Christmas the Cayman Islands chapter of the world wide Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International group held their annual Christmas breakfast where their ladies were the honoured guests.

The group met for the excellent breakfast at the Upper Crust restaurant in Camana Bay and Bishop Nicholas Sykes gave the message.

The Bishop said his message was going to be a little unusual and opened with the passage in the Bible taken from Luke 3 23-38 that gave the genealogy of Jesus. After the fifth verse he stopped and said he thought that was enough…. His thrust was that when he is told the story of Jesus Christ is a ‘fairy story’ he asks the accuser which fairy story gives a lineage?

Bishop Sykes, Rector of the Church of England in the Cayman Islands rose to his position on the January 26, 2012, at the Pro-Cathedral Church of Saint Saviour, 9280 Number 2 Road, Richmond, British Columbia, with the Right Reverend Robert D Redmile, Bishop of Richmond, as Principal Consecrator, and the Most Reverend Theodore C Casimes, Presiding Bishop of the Christian Episcopal Churches of North America and the Right Reverend Timothy J. Klerekoper, Bishop of Seattle, as the assisting Consecrators.

The Church of England in the Cayman Islands is in law under the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Lord Bishop of London by appointment of the Crown in 1634.

The Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International (FGBMFI) consists of businessmen on every continent working in every aspect of the marketplace. The FGBMFI’s vision is that the light of Jesus shall shine forth from each of our men into every culture, nation, race, language, and creed. That vision is becoming a reality through the Fellowship’s ministries, now touching 150 nations and transcending

denominational, racial and cultural barriers.

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