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18 March 2016

Youngsters baked their way to better math skills during a recent after­school program.

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02 March 2016

Commonwealth Day will be observed and celebrated in the Commonwealth of Nations on Monday, 14 March 2016, under the theme “An Inclusive Commonwealth”.

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11 February 2016

St. George’s Anglican is pleased to present a dinner series under the theme “A Beautiful Friendship”, based on the film Casablanca. This film deals with love, sacrifice and hope which are foundational to the Christian faith that each of us is called to embrace. The reality is we are living in a broken world.

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31 January 2016

Mikhail Campbell won an award this past Sunday night at the Poinciana Festival Awards Ceremony, which was the culmination of an arts festival held in Cayman‎ from Jan 27-31. His seven-song music album, titled "Islands,"‎ was awarded "Best E.P." (EP is short for extended play.)

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On Sunday, October 18th, four youngsters received the Sacrament of Holy Confirmation at a very moving Service in which the Rt. Revd. Dr. Howard Gregory, Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands was the celebrant and preacher. To ensure that all in attendance had a fair understanding of the Rite of Confirmation, Bishop Gregory explained the preparation, the commitment involved and expectation of those confirmed in the Anglican faith.

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08 September 2015

Young member, Davonté Howell, was voted top student in this year’s edition of the Rubis Top Student competition sponsored by the petroleum distribution company. The annual competition seeks to identify, reward and motivate young students between the ages of 8 and 12 who excel in areas of study or extracurricular activities in the Cayman Islands. Nine-year-old Davonté is a student at Prospect Primary School, and is passionate about Track and Field. He received 2,033 votes in the competition, which was open to the public. This accolade earned Davonté the grand prize of a $5,000 grant to further develop his skills in Track and Field. He will also serve as a Rubis Corporate Brand Ambassador for one year. Nine other students won$1,000 grants. The awards were presented on September 8.

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23 August 2015

A new member of the St. George’s Church family was introduced to the congregation on Sunday, August 23. Annalise Wisdom introduced her son, Zachary.

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15 August 2015

It’s said that cleanliness is next to godliness, and that must have been on the minds of the members who turned up on Saturday, 15 August. Some chose to focus on the exterior by sprucing up the gardens surrounding the church building. Otherswent inside the Church Hall to tackle some of the miscellaneous items which had accumulated behind the stage. Since it was in August, it couldn’t be considered a spring cleaning, but by the end of the morning, the volunteers did have a spring in their step.

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14 February 2015

On February 14th, members of Sunday School, AYF and Youth Choir delivered teddy bears to several children’s homes and homes as a symbol of God’s love. The bears were collected as part of the admission to the Sunday School’s first ever Teddy Bear Picnic held in September 2014, which was a tremendous success. Among several activities, picnic attendees were took their bears to the Clinic for a check-up, heard stories by grandma bear at the Three Bears Cottage in 100 Acre Wood, and decorated cupcakes at Paddington Bear’s Cupcake Station. Here the group is gathered just after visiting with some of the youngsters at Nadine Andreas’ Children’s Home.

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07 August 2015

Bro. Kernilon Owens was called to the Bar on August 7 by Chief Justice Anthony Smellie.

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19 July 2015

Dr. Loraine Barnaby, consultant psychiatrist and a member of St. George’s Church, gave a talk on Hurricane Preparedness and Alzheimer’s Dementia” in mid-July. It was part of activities marking Health Week, and initiative of the St. George’s Mothers’ Union.

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In witnessing to our young people during the Lenten Season, members of St. George’s Men’s Fellowship Group participated in a very informative and inspiring conversation with Sunday School students on the topic “My Christian Walk”.Bros. Voot O’Garro and Tony Scott not only shared experiences that they had while growing up in the Church but also answered questions from the young people as to problem-solving in today’s world when they are challenged by their peers.Bro. Andrew Murray, member of the MFG and Sunday School teacher very effectively facilitated and encouraged youngsters to also share their experiences, which turned to be a very lively dialogue among all.

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In case you ever wonder where some of St. George’s members are on a Saturday morning, well think no more as you will find a significant number of them on the back patio of our church Rectory, making soup as shown in this picture. Each Saturday, groups within our St. George’s family either prepare or deliver soup to some of our shut-in members as well as thosein our neighbouring communities who would not be fortunate to have a hot meal if it was not provided through our Outreach programme. A cup of soup and a roll are delivered the length and breadth of Grand Cayman from West Bay to Bodden Town. Names of recipients are provided from the Dept of Children and Family Services and Meals on Wheels. Our efforts are multiplied tremendously by the outpouring of appreciation from the recipients.

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At the invitation from Sis. Doreen Trickett to provide a banner for the Alpha meetings, Sunday School prepared two: one in which several images of the Alpha symbol were scattered all over the banner acknowledging Alpha around the world and the one shown,including the Alpha group as part of our St. George’s family. This arose from one of their Sunday School lessons in which we spoke about a house that is divided cannot stand. The same applies to that of a family. As valuable groups, each making a significant contribution to the growth of the church, each member should be recognized and we welcome ALPHA as part of our St. George’s family. Other groups are shown at the bottom of the poster.

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Alpha Cayman concluded another year of bringing the series of informal discussions about the basics of the Christian faith to people in the Cayman Islands. Promotional material invited prospective participants to “Come Learn About the Real Meaning of Life through Alpha”, and asked the question “Is There More To Life Than This?” Following an Introductory Dinner in the Hall, on April 29, weekly sessions were conducted from May 1 to July 2, ending with a Celebration Dinner on July 2. Sis. Doreen Trickett was the coordinator for St. George’s. Other churches involved on Grand Cayman were Savannah United, John Gray United and Elmslie United also provided venues for food, friends, small group discussion, and interesting talk. The Holy Spirit weekend brought together all the groups in one location for an intense retreat to reflect and invoke the presence of the Holy Spirit.Best of all, the Alpha programme is free. So, if you haven’t yet participated in the programme, please do so next year when you see the notice “Alpha is Here!”

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Seventeen members of the senior community of St George's visited Health City Cayman Islands to participate in the "Cafe Study", (Cayman Islands Atrial Fibrillation in the Elderly study). This a stroke prevention study which is the first of its kind in the Caribbean and aims to check for the presence of Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) in adults 65 years and older using pulse palpation technique and recording an ECG using an iPhone. AFib is a type of irregular heartbeat which causes blood to pool in the heart and leads to clot formation. Clots can then break off and be carried to the brain, causing a stroke. AFib is more common in the elderly and makes a person 5 times more likely to have a stroke. Many patients are asymptomatic, hence the reason for conducting this study. As such, members of the Cayman community have been invited to help beat the odds of having an AFib-related stroke by attending a free screening. The screenings are non-invasive, powered by an iPhone app that reads your pulse vibrations. It is quick and painless, and requires only 7-10 minutes of a person’s time. As a result, the data collection for everyone in the St. George’s group just lasted approximately one hour. Persons identified with 'Afib' would be contacted by the hospital. Members were invited to visit the hospital's chapel by Charles Bush, a member of St George's.

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Each year, on the Sunday preceding St. George’s Day, members are invited to participate in a Plant-A-Seed project, generated by their own fundraising idea. The monies raised are then presented to as part of the offering of talent, time and treasure at the Harvest Service, held some six months later. Midway the project time, Revd Mary Graham encouraged members “I pray that by now you have planted your seed. As we labour, let us trust God; who gives the increase; to grant us discernment, strength and courage to faithfully and joyfully carry out this sometimes arduous undertaking until the "day of harvest" - Sunday, November 15th, 2015.'To God be the Glory'. Here Revd. Mary is seen with her husband, Bro. Desmond Graham, sporting a cowboy hat that she purchased from one member who sold them in preparation for St. George’s Hoedown held in June of this year.

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When our Rector, Rev. Mary Graham, took a well-deserved vacation for the month of September, she called on her colleague in the Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands the Very Reverend Father Franklyn Jackson, to assume temporary responsibility for the spiritual leadership of the St. George’s congregation. Fr. Jackson is Rector of the Church of St. Margaret, Liguanea, Jamaica. He presently serves on the Diocesan Council, the Diocesan Financial Board and the Commission on Regional Boundaries. Joining him for a few weeks was his wife, Janet, who also became part of the St. George’s family. The entire church family was indeed thankful for the for a month of stirring sermons, melodious singing, hospital visits, pastoral care and shared fellowship during his stay St. George’s.

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