Thursday, January 17, 2019

Granddaughter of First Adventist in The Bahamas Celebrates 100th Birthday

Elizabeth Moses’ grandfather accepted the Adventist message through literature evangelists.

Elizabeth Moses, granddaughter of the first Seventh-day Adventist in The Bahamas, is honored on her 100th birthday with her 96-year-old brother Phil Glen Antonio. The celebration brought family and church members to the Johnson Park Adventist church on January 5, 2019, in Nassau, The Bahamas. [Photo: courtesy of Elizabeth Moses’ family]

By: Atlantic Caribbean Union and Inter-American Division News

Elizabeth “Betty” Moses was recently honored on her 100th birthday during a celebration that included the Governor-General of The Bahamas, local Seventh-day Adventist leaders, and members of the Johnson Park Adventist church in Nassau, January 5, 2019. Moses is the grandchild of the first Seventh-day Adventist in The Bahamas.

Governor-General of the Bahamas, Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling congratulated Moses for her achievement and praised her publicly for giving so much to her church, her family, and her community. “You have come from a distinguished and talented family who, among other things, pioneered the development of the Seventh-day Adventist movement in The Bahamas,” Governor Pindling said.  Read more >>