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We would like to share three videos from Sabbath service on March 18, 2017.
The theme of the First Congregation of Yahweh International’s Feast of Unleavened Bread 2017 is “The Kingdom, A Present Reality.”
Overseer Pastor Lynval Henry delivered a preview of the theme in his home assembly in Clark’s Town, Trelawny.
Pastor Henry will be away in the United States for the entire feast, so this preview will be his only contribution to the theme for the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
First, Sister Ffrenchie Taylor sings: “I’d Rather Have Yahshua.”
Sister Nolda Brown gives her testimony about the health of her husband, Elder Gladstone Brown, who has been ill with a heart problem for the past couple months.
Teaching: The Kingdom, A Present Reality
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Youth link has been revived in the Clark’s Town branch. Under the leadership of Sister Ffrenchie Taylor, youth meetings have taken on added significance.
Previously, the youths met with Sister Ffrenchie only when there was a project, such as preparation for Youth Sabbath. For the past three weeks however, Sabbath afternoons, starting at 4 o’clock, has seen regular Youth Link. It is marked by activities that engage the youth in a relaxed atmosphere, yet with powerful spiritual lessons. These activities include songs, skits, discussions, debates and other presentations.
The activities are not confined to the young as adults also take part in the weekly activities.
According to Sister Ffrenchie, this keeps the young people of the congregation spiritually occupied throughout the Sabbath day as the proceedings end around sunset.
Below are some photos from this weeks proceedings. The first presentation was the story of Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. The second presentation was the story of Sampson and Delilah.