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Friday, July 19, 2024

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The Seventh-day Adventist Church Invites All to Family Affair Impact 2024

Visit any SDA Church near you beginning at 9 a.m., Saturday, June 8, continuing nightly (except Thursday and Saturday night) through Saturday, June 24. 

Reverend Dr. Father George Franklin Dies

Reverend Dr. Father George Franklin died on March 29

Mighty Jaguars Pride Invites Alumni Mass and Open House

 Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School, in conjunction with the Sts. Peter and Paul Alumni Association and the Order of Malta, cordially invites alumni, parents and the public to attend the following activities on Sunday, March 17.

FEMA Awards Security Grants to USVI Nonprofits and Houses of Worship

These grants will fund structural enhancements to protect these vital community institutions from security related concerns.

Virgin Islands Volunteers Launch Global Campaign Offering Message of Hope

At a time when the desire for better government is on the minds of people the world over, Jehovah’s Witnesses have launched an international campaign to bring attention to a universal solution.

VING’s Service of Worship and Celebration Begins October Events for 50th Anniversary

The Virgin Islands National Guard (VING) invites the community to join it in “Worship and Celebration” at the City of Refuge Worship Center on St. Croix, Oct. 1.

Thirteenth International Bahá’í Convention Takes Place in Israel; Eight Virgin Islanders Attend

Some 1,250 delegates representing 176 countries gathered in Haifa, Israel, to elect the Universal House of Justice, the supreme governing council of the Bahá'í World Community.

Newly Renovated House of Worship in Charlotte Amalie to Hold Special Event

All are welcome to attend a special open house event from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday, Feb. 24, at the newly renovated Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Charlotte Amalie.

Setting Limits and Staying Safe: Teens Sound Off on Being ‘Social-Network Smart’

A 2018 Pew Research Center study found that 97% of teens use social media, with some 45% admitting to being online “almost constantly.”

Love Conquers the Catastrophe: 5-Year Anniversary of Hurricanes Irma and Maria

Throughout the Caribbean, more than 4,000 unpaid Jehovah’s Witnesses from dozens of countries have assisted in disaster relief efforts from 2017 to 2018.

FEMA: Houses of Worship Recovery Efforts Continue After Hurricanes Irma and Maria

FEMA recognizes the road to recovery requires a whole-community approach and is actively working with houses of worship to develop projects that strengthen resilience across the territory.

USVI Jehovah’s Witnesses Return to Knocking on Doors

Jehovah’s Witnesses will resume their trademark door-to-door ministry beginning Sept. 1; the two-and-a-half-year suspension of the work will end just in time for the launch of a global campaign featuring an interactive program for Bible study. Bible study.

Global Event Promotes the Pursuit of Peace

Against the tragic backdrop of a historic conflict in Europe, residents of the U.S. Virgin Islands will have the opportunity to unite with millions around the globe to promote the timely theme “Pursue Peace” as they participate in a six-part annual event scheduled for July and August, hosted by Jehovah's Witnesses.

Order of Malta Awards School Two Scholarships

Jurileynis and Jurelys Del Roario Peguero have been the recipients of the Order of Malta Scholarships

Former Solicitor General Named To Church Pension Fund Board

Former Solicitor General and former Attorney General of the Virgin Islands Canon Rosalie Simmonds Ballentine has been selected to serve as vice chair of the Church Pension Fund Board of Trustees.

Maintaining Calm Amid Chaos: Families Pack ‘Go Bags’ to be Ready for Natural Disasters

Bags filled with emergency supplies are positioned by the door of the Rivera family's sitting room, where they can quickly be "grabbed to go" in the event of a crisis.

Jehovah’s Witnesses Mark 20th Anniversary of Supreme Court Ruling

While Jehovah’s Witnesses have chosen to temporarily suspend their door-to-door ministry due to the pandemic, their activity was almost permanently banned by one U.S. village in the late 1990s — that is until the United States Supreme Court stepped in with a historic 8-1 decision on June 17, 2002, declaring the local ordinance unconstitutional.

Jehovah’s Witnesses Increase as Virtual Meetings, Ministry Conventions Keep Congregants Active

With this historic change, the number of Jehovah’s Witnesses grew 3% in the United States and the Lesser Antilles in 2021 alone, matching the most significant increase for the organization over the past decade.

USVI Jehovah’s Witnesses Join Worldwide Campaign of Hope

The U.S. Virgin Islands will be one of the thousands of regions around the globe that will receive a powerful message of hope this November as Jehovah’s Witnesses embark upon a special campaign focusing attention on the Bible’s promise for a better world, according to a news release issued by the Jehovah's Witnesses on St. Croix.

Beat a Cyberbully: Here’s How Parents Can Help

While remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic lowered reported instances of bullying, parents fear that for some students going back to school will mean going back to being bullied.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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