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Men urged to pass baton of faith to younger generation

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Men urged to pass baton of faith to younger generation

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THE DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT in charge of the Nazarene Church has encouraged the men of the church to be examples for younger males.
Reverend Orlando Seale, who was delivering the Father’s Day sermon at the Collymore Rock Church of the Nazarene, told the congregation too many men were destroying their lives through drug abuse as well as committing other ills in society. He urged the men of the church to pass the “baton of faith” to the younger male generation and to spend quality time, as well as “quantity” time with their families.
Meanwhile, members of the St Catherine’s Sports and Social Club attended the Trinity Sunday service at the St Catherine’s Anglican Church in St Philip yesterday to mark the 80th anniversary of the Bayfield, St Philip-based community group.
Towards the end of the service, Priest in Charge, Reverend Ryan Boyce, invited all the fathers to come forward from their pews and join him at the altar where he said a special prayer for them. There was also a touching moment when the women worshippers sang Hymn 412 for the fathers. (HLE/EZS)