Sunday 23rd April, 2017


Sunday 16th April:   5.30pm Evensong and Bible Study at St. George

Monday 17th April: Scouts Meeting at 5.00pm at the Church

Tuesday 18th April. Said Mass at St. George at 6.00am. Senior Choir Practice at 6.00pm

Wednesday 19th April:  Mattins and Mass at St. George at 6:00am. 

Thursday 20th April: Senior Choir Practice at 6.00pm

Friday 21st April: 

Saturday 22nd April: Youth Choir Practice at 12.00noon. Servers Practice at 2.00pm

Sunday 23rd April:  St. George Patronal Festival - one service in the parish to celebrate George our patron saint.  Let us please make every effort to come out and   make our patronal festival a celebration worth having and remembering


30th April Third Sunday of Easter 

    6:30 am Said Mass and sermon at St. Barnabas
    8:00 am  Sung  Mass and sermon at St. George
    6:00 pm Junior Choir Musical Concert at St. George


Please note that Fr. Cassius is using Mondays as his off –day.  Let us support our priest and pray that this time will serve him and his family well.  Fr. Cassius will only respond to emergency situations on his off day.

Fund-Raising  Committee: All members are asked to attend a meeting on Tuesday of this week at the Parish Hall at 5.00 pm to begin to formulate plans for our annual  Parish Food Fair. Kindly make a special effort to be present.

Our Junior Choir under the direction of Mrs. Kaloma O’Marde-Hamilton will put on a Musical Concert on Sunday 30 April starting at 6:00 pm at St. George.  Tickets are available for only $20.00; let us make the effort and give our Junior Choir the support they need.


175th Anniversary  Celebration in the Diocese: In the month of May the island of St. Kitts will undertake activities  in an effort to commemorate the 175th Anniversary of our diocese.  Our diocese is made up of 12 islands and our Bishop has asked that each island be designated a month in which to put on activities in recognition of 175 years of ministry as a diocese.  Celebrations began on 24th August 2016 and will culminate on 27th August  2017.   During the month of May we are still in Eastertide  and so the activities being planned  will provide even more opportunities for us as a Church to celebrate ‘The Resurrection of our Lord.’  The activities that have been approved by the Regional Council are:

 Saturday 6th May - Fun Sports for the youth; all are invited to St. Pauls  from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm.  Other details will be forthcoming shortly.

 Saturday 20th May - The Anglican Evangelistic Caravan will move around the island  stopping  in all the parishes for a brief moment.  Timing and other details will be shared shortly.

 Sunday 21st  May - Concert to be held in St. Peter’s parish.  Other details forthcoming shortly.

 Friday 26th May - Lecture by Rev’d Professor Kortright Davis; other details forthcoming shortly.  This will take place in St. Mary’s parish.

 Sunday 28th May - Closing service at the St. George’s Anglican Church.  Other details forthcoming shortly.

 Please also note that T-Shirts will be printed  and sold.  These shirts are to be worn at the various activities except the closing service.   As we celebrate 175 years of our diocese's history let us be mindful that we are in fact celebrating the witness that has been offered in the name of and to the glory of the risen Christ.  I pray that this celebration of our Lord’s Resurrection will be one that enables us to truly grow in confidence and into deeper communion with our God.

Envelopes for contributions towards the 175th Anniversary of our Diocese are now available.  Additional envelopes can be collected next Sunday or during the week from the Parish Office.  Please write your name and the amount on the envelope to assist us with our record keeping.


Vocations:-  Parishioners are being encouraged to volunteer for an hour or two in the following ministries: 

1. The Altar Guild at St George’s and St. Barnabas, where much help is needed in preparing the sanctuary for divine worship. Please contact Mrs. Lola Warner and Ms. Claudette Manchester respectively, if you would like to assist.

2. The St. Christopher Outreach Centre, to assist in food preparation for the needy and shut-ins, any day Mon to Fri. Please contact Mrs. Nora Bourne or Mrs. Rosie Phipps if you wish to share in this ministry

3. Cruise Visitors and Tourists Guide, Cruise visitors and tourists who come to St. George’s Church from ships and hotels—a most exciting ministry. Please contact Ms. Sonia Henry if you would like to welcome visitors to our shores and tell them about the history and life of our Church, Parish and Island.

4. The Parish Social Outreach Committee, whose members visit the sick and house-bound members from our two congregations, for birthdays, provide lunch and gifts at Christmas time,  and arrange annual outings. Please contact Nurse Fernella Griffin or Mrs. Hyacinth Cabey, if you would like to help. These are the areas in which you might wish to be involved for a few weeks or months at a time.

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