The Apostolic Faith Sandy Point will be showing the movie “October Baby”
BASSETERRE St. Kitts, — The Apostolic Faith Church located at Station Street, Sandy Point will be celebrating its golden jubilee anniversary in October of this year. The church has been serving the Sandy Point and surrounding communities over the years, while making its impact on the nation at large.
As part of this land mark commemoration, the church has embarked on a number of fundraising activities to finance the golden jubilee celebrations. One of such activities includes the showing of a movie by the name of “October Baby” on Tuesday July, 24th at the St. Anne’s Anglican Church Hall, the Alley, Sandy Point, and Friday 27th July, 2012, at the Emmanuel Methodist Church, Crab Hill, Sandy Point. Showing time is 7:30 pm nightly.
The church is the licensed distributor of “October Baby”, which is a non-judgmental gospel pro-life movie which tells the life story of a young woman who escaped the fangs and guilt of abortion. Mr. Janeel Boon, president of the 50thAnniversary Committee, stated that the movie project is being held under the theme “Every life is beautiful”. The project according to Mr. Boon is to enlighten the public about the cruelty and dangers of abortion, and to reinforce the value and purpose of every life.
The mission of the project is also to minister to hurting men and women who are trying to cope with the unfortunate consequences of abortion attempts. The Sandy Point Apostolic Faith Church is currently headed by Pastors Mark Hodge and Ivan Francis, under the supervision of Bishop Stanley Edwards. The general public is asked to come out and support this heart-moving project and be blessed, inspired and empowered. Tickets are being sold for only $7.00 each and can be purchased from members of local Sandy Point congregations.
Mr. Boon also stated that their intention is to screen this movie across the Federation.“Thus far we have other churches such as Antioch Baptist Church, where we have scheduled a screening for Sunday August, 19th. We also have a team in Nevis headed by Pastor James Douglas of Jessups. We are urging the various churches, organizations, groups, and schools to come onboard as we save a life because EVERY LIFE IE BEAUTIFUL,” said Mr. Boon.
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