British Virgin Islands

Saturday, Mar 06, 2021

‘Many hurting, fearful of the future’- BVI Christian Council

‘Many hurting, fearful of the future’- BVI Christian Council

With the coronavirus pandemic still gripping the world, coupled with worrying events on the global and local stage, many people are no doubt fearful of the future.

It is with some of this things in mind that the BVI Christian Council (BVICC), has organised a National Prayer Service slated for Friday, February 26, 2021, at 5:30 pm at Queen Elizabeth II Park in Road Town, Tortola.

Spirit of unity


“The BVICC recognises that during these times, many persons in the territory are hurting and they are fearful of the future. Therefore, the BVICC would like to bring the people together in a spirit of unity, for a time of prayer, thanksgiving, healing, peace, and comfort, the BVICC stated in a press release today, February 22, 2021.

It said during the prayer service, there would be worship, prayer, and the preached word of God.

“The BVICC thank you in advance for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the prayer service,” it said, adding that social distancing guidelines and protocols would be in effect.

The BVI Christian Council (BVICC) says it would like to bring the people of the Virgin Islands together in a spirit of unity, for a time of prayer, thanksgiving, healing, peace, and comfort.

According to the BVI Christian Council, at the National Prayer Service, there would be worship, prayer, and the preached word of God.


BVI Christian Council


The BVI Christian Council (BVICC) said it is comprised of different denominations coming together to make a difference in the life of the people of the Virgin Islands and beyond.

It said the mission is to bring the People of God together in the spirit of unity.

“The BVI Christian Council can be called upon to provide guidance and assistance in spiritual matters, as they are the watchdog of the nation and the conscience of the community. For more information, please visit their social media pages @BVICC,” the press release stated.

Newsletter

Quote of the Day

If you were surprised Epstein committed suicide, imagine how surprised he was!

Julian Potatoe
Related Articles

British Virgin Islands
×