Atlantic Caribbean Union

Union President Holds Revival Meetings in North Caicos

Union President Holds Revival Meetings in North Caicos Communication Departments, TCIM/ATCU

Nestled on the beautiful island of North Caicos in the Turks and Caicos Islands is found the Kew Seventh-day Adventist Church, whose members along with visitors gathered together in revival during February 20-22, 2014, under the theme “The Year of the Lord’s Favor – Blessed to Bless.”

Hearts were lifted heavenward by the soul stirring messages presented by Pastor Leonard A. Johnson, president of the Atlantic Caribbean Union (ATCU). As a result of the dynamic preaching, coupled with the power of the Holy Spirit, two precious souls were baptized and added to the kingdom of God.
During the same weekend, on the afternoon of Sabbath, February 22, church members and the community expressed gratitude for the leadership provided by three local elders of the Kew Seventh-day Adventist Church. Clothilda Gardiner, Curelena Phillips, and Jean Claude Jean Baptiste were recognized for long and dedicated service to the church and the community.

They were presented with tokens of love and treated to a Sabbath luncheon in their honor. They also received words of encouragement from Pastor Johnson who highlighted the significance of their role to the local congregation and the community. DSCF6702[1]
Also in attendance was Elder Hopeton Bansie, secretary/treasurer of the Turks and Caicos Islands Mission (TCIM), who presented certificates of affirmation to the elders on behalf of the mission. The event coincided with the Inter-American Division’s Elders’ Appreciation Day.

The weekend culminated with the newly baptized members being warmly welcomed into the fellowship by the church’s pastor, Anastacia Ferguson-Bansie; the union president, Pastor Leonard Johnson; and the local leadership of the Kew Seventh-day Adventist Church.