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Our committee thought that the money should not be shared amongst the parishes or used in any other way other than assisting in this church project.”Speaking during the same presentation, Manase Parish Priest, the Revd David Mponda said, “We are witnessing the oneness of the Anglican Church as we gather for the purpose of building God’s house.”Fr. Mponda urged all Anglicans in the country to unite and passionately contribute to church projects regardless of which location the activities were taking place. He also thanked the Organising Committee and those that had materially contributed towards the initiative.For a long time, the Parishes that have participated in the joint Way of the Cross have been sharing the money amongst them. It was only recently that a decision was made not to share the money but instead contribute it toward one cause.Two years ago the money was given towards the medical expenses of a priest who was going abroad for treatment. Last year the collection was given to a different Parish to help repair their priest’s motorcycle.In his sermon Daniel Baluwa from Soche Parish encouraged the congregation to forge ahead with the project, as it is an obligation. He asked both the leaders and the followers to accommodate and understand each other in order for the project to succeed.He charged, “Just as everyone wants his house to be in good shape and of a high, good standard, so should the house of the Lord. Time has come to prepare the House of the Lord just as many others did in the Bible.”According to the Organising Committee Chairperson, the gesture is meant to promote oneness and unity within the Anglican Church in the country. “Anglicans should be assisting in each other’s projects and not be looking up to politicians.”He explained that it’s actually politicians who should be seeking assistance from church through prayers and blessings. The church also plans to build a Priest house and a multipurpose hall at their new site.— With additional reporting from Manase Parish media team. 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Facebook WhatsApp Email Twitter Previous articleWeekly Limerick Racing News as Cheltenham loomsNext articleTait House plans to create Galvone Social Enterprise Hub Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsCrime & CourtOne man arrested and €45,100 of drugs seized in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – March 10, 2020 1423 Linkedin Advertisement Print GARDAÍ have arrested a man in his 50s and seized €45,100 of suspected drugs in the Moyross area of Limerick on the 9th March, 2020.As part of an ongoing operation targeting the sale and supply of drugs in Limerick city, Gardaí from the divisional drugs unit in Limerick, assisted by the armed support unit, executed a search warrant at a house in Moyross shortly after 7.30pm.During the course of the search Gardaí seized €42,000 of suspected heroin and €3,100 of tablets believed to be alprazolam. Mobile phones, bags and a weighing scales were also seized. The suspected drugs will now be sent for analysis.A man in his 50s was arrested at the scene and brought to Henry Street Garda Station. He is currently detained under Section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Act, 1996.
Share NewsSports Digicel Dominica launches grassroots cricket clinic by: – December 2, 2011 Sharing is caring! 23 Views no discussions Share Share Tweet Grassroots cricketers.Friday 2nd December 2011 – Roseau, Dominica: Digicel Dominica today announced its Grand Clusters grassroots cricket tournament scheduled for Saturday and Sunday December 10th and 11th, 2011 at the Jolly John’s Playing Field, Carib Reserve.All three clusters, namely Roseau, Portsmouth and Carib Territory, will compete against each other with each group comprising of an estimated 30 students, followed by the prize giving ceremony. Dominica’s Grassroots Cricket Development Officer, Mr Delvin Esprit, said; “We are thrilled to be launching the Grand Clusters grassroots cricket tournament this year and we are looking forward to public support for the event which will see 90 aspiring young cricketers come out to face each other. “These youngsters have undergone several training sessions in preparation of the tournament and many of them hope to continue their cricketing career into future and as such it is imperative that we support them in their endeavours,” continued Esprit. Coaches of the Grassroots cricketers.Digicel Dominica CEO, Richard Stanton, said; “At Digicel, we really believe that supporting the game at grassroots level is vital in ensuring that the future of West Indies cricket burns brightly – so much so that our Regional Grassroots Cricket Training Programme saw over 2600 youth cricketers from all across the Caribbean receive specialised coaching from over 180 WICB accredited coaches this year alone.“Here in Dominica, we are proud to be a part of the Dominica Cricket association and its grassroots initiative since its launch earlier this year. In just in eight short months the association has made fantastic progress and we look forward to many more years of success to come,” continued Stanton. Press ReleaseDigicel Dominica