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March For Jesus 2024

Community 15 Apr, 2024 Follow News

March For Jesus 2024

The Christian community is again preparing the March For Jesus, slated for 18th May 2024, which organizers say will be much larger than last year’s flagship event. This year’s theme is “Thank you, Jesus”.

The March For Jesus is a global procession of praise through the streets and last year’s parade followed by its “Jesus Reigns” concert drew hundreds of worshippers from across a multitude of denominations who gathered for the single reason of proclaiming the name “Jesus Christ”.

Sponsored in part and organized by the Christian Association, “one of the goals of the March is to unite the body of Christ in peace and love for each other in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour” says Kattina Anglin, Chairwoman of the Association. “The March For Jesus is not about issues, it’s not about denominations, it’s not about protests”, she said. “It’s about unity, it’s about Jesus Christ who died on the cross for our salvation, and proclaiming that he is Lord over the Cayman Islands”.

Pastor Ellen Peguero, also from the Board of the Christian Association, says “it was a beautiful blessing witnessing the unity of the body of Christ last year. We didn’t have a lot of planning or promotional time, but we saw that God was in the midst of it by how awesome the whole event turned out to be. This year He will make it even greater.  We’re inviting the entire Christian community to put down the denomination division and come together for one evening, for one purpose: to proclaim the one risen Saviour, Jesus Christ as Lord of the Cayman Islands.”.

In fellowship with the March For Jesus Organization, the March in the Cayman Islands will be one of the countries taking part in the March, partnering with the Bahamas, the UK, South Africa and USA to bring a global event to proclaim that Jesus Christ is Lord and Saviour. “Other Caribbean islands may be joining in the March For Jesus, as well”, says Miss Anglin. “We have spoken to Mr Emerson Boyce, Secretary General of Evangelical Association of the Caribbean and are hopeful that other Caribbean islands besides Cayman and Bahamas will have the time to plan and get their marches going. Bahamas’ March is being led by its youth leaders through a young organization named “It’s Our Turn” led by Rex Major’s granddaughter, Beijing Rodgers.” Miss Anglin advises. “What Jesus Christ is doing in the Bahamas, Cayman Islands and in these times is phenomenal - we have a lot to say “Thank You, Jesus!” for”, Pastor Peguero says.

The March For Jesus brought out a lot of good last year the organizers say and gave examples of that in the form of testimonies of angelic presence, renewed hope, and even a miraculous cancer healing of a daughter whose mother joined the March to pray and march for her daughter. “Look, with God, ALL things are possible and like I said, we have a lot to say “Thank you, Jesus” for”, Pastor Peguero emphasises.  “You won’t know what will happen with you at the March unless you are there”.

All Christian denominations are invited to participate in the event. For more details visit www.christian.ky/march-for-Jesus-2024  or info@christian.ky  or call/whatsapp to 929-6657.

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