Registry marking 125 years
Mon, August 06, 2012 - 12:09 AM
THE ALL SOULS Anglican Church in Bank Hall, St Michael, is not your traditional Anglican Church.
Yesterday, it hosted a number of governmental and court officials – including Governor General Sir Elliott Belgrave; Chief Justice Marston Gibson; Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite; Speaker of the House Michael Carrington and Justice Sherman Moore – as the Registration Department celebrated its 125th anniversary.
What made the service different was its musical component, driven by priest-in-charge Coleridge Darlington, who is known as “the singing priest”.
During the service, Samantha Sammy G Greaves, a member of the congregation, rendered her Junior Calypso Monarch song Wash Dem Mout, much to the delight of the invited guests.
After the service, Registrar Marva Clarke said the celebrations would continue with an open day and health fair on the grounds of the Supreme Court and a lecture Friday at 7 p.m. by Justice Moore entitled Reflections, in the atrium room of the Supreme Court. (CA)Please read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION, or in the eNATION edition.
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