Brothers and Sisters.
We live in a world of so much change and innovation. The ongoing publication of this website indicates our commitment to employ every medium in our Christian outreach and in the spreading of the Gospel. We have been blessed over the centuries with men and women, boys and girls, from every walk of life, who were convinced that the Anglican framework is the best way to live out the Christian life on earth.
We have laboured faithfully to build communities, heal lives and create wholeness throughout the length and breadth of this archipelagic Diocese. This love, faithfulness, and service, along with the grace of God, have made us who we are. We stand upon it and move forward in it towards the realisation of the fullness of God’s kingdom.
We look forward to sharing, in person, with you at one of our churches. If you are outside of the Diocese, please join us during one of our streaming services and signup for updates from across our Diocese.
May every blessing be upon you and yours.
The Rt. Rev’d Laish Zane Boyd
Dear Sisters and Brothers, Please be advised that effective 1st May 2023, the following will ensue: Holy Communion Holy Communion will revert to two kinds, Body and Blood. Chalice bearers, as with the clergy administering the Body of Christ, MUST sanitize hands before and after administering Holy Communion. Always advise worshippers that persons who are not comfortable with the cup…
As we celebrate another Easter what comes to mind? Rays of dazzling light, an empty tomb, lilies, Easter eggs, Easter bunnies, Easter baskets, brightly-coloured fabric and the Carifta Games. Each of these things has its place but Easter is really about: Hope where there is no hope Overcoming impossible odds, and Climbing over insurmountable obstacles. Jesus rising from the dead…
The Anglican Theological Institute (ATI) seeks hymns, songs and short chorus submissions for its upcoming publication of hymns from The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands. We encourage entrants to submit texts on a range of subjects, topics, and experiences. These include, but are not limited to: Biblical texts, e.g., a psalm Church liturgical seasons Care of creation Laments…
The Anglican Church in The Bahamas and in The Turks and Caicos Islands has been true to its calling and mandate as given to us by our Lord and Saviour Himself:
“Go, therefore, make disciples of all nations; baptize them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teach them to observe all the commands I give you”.
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