The Antigua Clergy Council of North America Welcomed

PM Spencer being greeted by an Antiguan in New YorkAntigua St. john's - Prime Minister the Hon. W. Baldwin Spencer along with members of his delegation attended the official launch of the Antigua and Barbuda Clergy Council of North America, held at the St. Mary’s Anglican Church, in the Bronx New York on his arrival on Saturday night.

Prime Minister Spencer praised the efforts made by the Antiguan and Barbudan clergy to come together, as a calling from God to be of service to the Nation. He encouraged them to work together in helping to address the social ills that are affecting our nation.

Chairman of the Council, Bishop Dr. Lester Bradford, expressed his appreciation to the Prime Minister and his delegation for making a special effort to participate in the first annual Diaspora Worship and Prayer service and urged Antiguans and Barbudans who came in their numbers, to continue praying for the nation of Antigua and Barbuda.

With a mandate to bring Antigua and Barbuda Clergy members together in spiritual fellowship, the ABCCNA, will also seek to give spiritual guidance to the leaders of the nation of Antigua and Barbuda, instruct the people in Godliness and righteousness and support the nation by addressing social, cultural and spiritual issues.

Other members of the Board of Directors are Rev. Dr. Belgrave Pelle, Rev. Dr. Lennox Piggott, Rev. Dr. Cheryl White-Lewis and Rev. Fitzgerald Henry.

Also in attendance at the service were Hon. Dr. Errol Cort, Minister of National Security and Labour, Senator the Hon. Shawn Nicholas, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Finance, the Economy, Public Administration and Broadcasting, Ambassador Anthony Liverpool and Ms. Omyma David, Deputy Counsel General of Antigua and Barbuda in New York.

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RE: The Antigua Clergy Council of North America Welcomed

#3 Bapu » 2013-09-26 14:09

what a dunce statement


Prayer is Powerful, Rasta T

#2 Son of the Soil » 2013-09-23 14:17

Rasta T prayer can save anyone. This group of men called by the Most High God have decided that they're going to mobilize themsleves, their skills and resourcess to assist in addressing many of the concerns of our beloved twin island nation. They're not affiliated with any political party but as nationals residing abroard, they may even have our nation at heart more than many who get up every day and quarrel about UPP, ALP, ABLP. Some of us need to rationally and spiritually analyze issues before we just jump onto a computer or a telephone because we have these technological devices and made comments that are very destructive to our lovely nation and leaders. It was good for the current leader of our country to take the time out to join in the launch of this very important Clergy Council of North America. These men mean business. Let us lift them up and each other in prayer and in turn lift up our country; regardless of who is the ruling party of our nation. May the Most High continue to bless Antigua and Barbuda. One Love.

Son of the Soil

You all have to go

#1 Rasta T » 2013-09-23 06:44

My Spencer not even prayer can save you this time UPP mash up antigua you all have to go

Rasta T

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