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Dominican women to celebrate Women Lord’s Day on Sunday

first_img Tweet 93 Views   no discussions Share Share Sharecenter_img FaithLifestyleLocalNews Dominican women to celebrate Women Lord’s Day on Sunday by: – June 18, 2011 Sharing is caring! Photo credit: turnbacktogod.comAll female members of the Roseau, Layou, Portsmouth, Clifton, Calibishie, Wesley and Marigot Methodist Churches in the Dominica Circuit will be celebrating MCCA Women Lord’s Day on Sunday June 19, 2011.Women Lord’s Day is celebrated in June of every year around the Connexion. The MCCA Women is the umbrella organization for all women’s groups and organizations in the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas (MCCA).Its objective is to enable women in the MCCA to deepen their personal commitment to Jesus Christ, and to enrich fellowship, training and service. The event seeks to foster among Methodist Women, such relationships as are consistent with these objectives.On the day of the event, women will occupy the pulpit in all seven congregations around the island.Later in the day, all Methodist women will gather at the Layou Methodist Church for the Women’s Rally to be held at 3:30pm.The theme for the rally is “ A people available to God: Women availing themselves in God’s Vineyard.” The Guest speaker will be Sis. Doris Langlais from the Mt. Wallis (Portsmouth) Congregation.Also, women within the Circuit will be recognized for their valuable and dedicated service to women’s work, church and community. One MCCA woman and one Women’s Group will be recognized and receive the Georgina Liburd and Neva Edwards Awards as the MCCA Woman and MCCA Women’s Group of the year.The highlight of the rally is the presentation on women in the bible. Groups were encouraged to research any woman and make a presentation in either dance, song, choral speech or dramatic presentation.According to the Chairperson of the Women’s Commission, Romualda Hyacinth, the day will be an awesome one not only for Methodist Women, but for all Methodists.“We are mandated to spread scriptural holiness and I think this is a good start. I hope that we’ll just go from step to step to greater heights,” she said.“I think we are all willing and able to do anything God puts in our way to make a difference and I am really thrilled that the women will make this day a success,” she added.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

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Syracuse thrashes Montana State 82-60 after sluggish 1st half

first_img Related Stories Grade Syracuse’s performance against Montana State and vote for the player of the gameSyracuse community reacts to win over Montana StateFast reaction: Syracuse thrives down low in blowout win over Montana State Michael Gbinije coasted down the court and threw home a windmill slam dunk. Chinonso Obokoh, sitting on a career-high nine points of his own, stood at the opposite foul line and held both hands in the air.Syracuse led by 28 against one of the worst teams in Division I and a game that started off sluggish for the Orange was now anything but.Using a 51-point second half, SU (9-3) overcame a rocky first-half shooting performance to blow out Montana State (5-7), 82-60 in the Carrier Dome. Five different orange scored in double figures, including Obokoh, Dajuan Coleman and Tyler Lydon, as Syracuse dominated a physically inferior team down low.The Orange trudged through a first half in which it shot 3-of-13 from behind the arc and 11-of-31 overall. A decided size advantage inside against a far inferior Montana State team wasn’t being exploited, apart from the occasional drive, draw a foul and finish at the rim routine SU executed twice.Still, the Orange carried a 14-point lead into halftime as the Bobcats weren’t much better. One of the worst teams in Division I, luckily for Syracuse, couldn’t take advantage of an SU team flashing the weaknesses that have put it behind this season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse began the second half 5-of-7 from the field, courtesy of three Coleman buckets down low. Montana State hit a trio of deep balls before the under-16 timeout itself, but the Orange, via its recuperating big man, found the formula to keep the Bobcats out of reach before pulling away.The seemingly inevitable Syracuse blowout was finally gaining traction as Gbinije caught fire from deep and Frank Howard attacked the rim for an and-one of his own. Trevor Cooney’s 3 with 12:24 left broke the Carrier Dome’s lull and forced a Montana State timeout. The rout was on as the Orange led by 24.Syracuse coasted to the finish, with its backups owning the latter part of the second half before the walk-ons took over. Freshman Ky Feldman laid in a contested shot with 1.3 seconds left and the crowd exploded, as Syracuse cruised into Christmas on a high. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on December 22, 2015 at 9:04 pm Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidmanlast_img read more

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