Plans are in full swing for the hosting of a National Day of Prayer, the second such event to be held since the country was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic last March.
Dorsett says that the event on Sunday, April 11, will involve 12 consecutive hours of praise and worship and run from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
A slate of ministers will gather at one location, from which the event will be streamed live via the Government Information Service (GIS), and from any other media house willing to take part.
During the day there will be a gathering – observing the 25-person limit – at the Multi-Purpose Cultural Centre, where the main event will see Governor-General Sir Rodney Williams, Prime Minister Gaston Browne, Opposition Leader Jamale Pringle, and Director of Education Clare Browne deliver addresses.
Meanwhile, Pastor Dawn Robinson of the Divine Destiny Transformational Centre says that, in spite of the pandemic, residents should continue to give God thanks and praise since everything is possible through Him.
In the middle of giving thanks, Robinson admits that not only the pandemic needs to be addressed, but other ills in the society.
Prayers willl also be offered for persons who have lost their lives tragically, including Nigel Christian.
The Ecclesiastical Commission hopes that similar events can be held every quarter during the pandemic.
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