Currently active users: 97










Sections
Newsletter
Email:
Home | Eleuthera News | C-LET Graduates First 20 Students in Church Leadership Certification Programme

C-LET Graduates First 20 Students in Church Leadership Certification Programme

Font size: Decrease font Enlarge font
image Dr. Reg Eldon, Dean, C-LET

Several Eleuthera Students included.

(Nassau, Bahamas) The Graduation Ceremony for the first twenty students in the Church Leadership Certification Programme offered by The Centre for Leadership, Education and Training (C-LET) was held on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at St, Michael’s Methodist Church, Boyd Subdivision, Nassau.

Students, representing churches in Eleuthera, Abaco and Nassau, completed courses in theology, ethics, biblical studies, pastoral care and counselling, liturgy and worship and integration. Students specialized in three specialty areas offered by C-LET: Leadership; Youth Ministry and Preaching.

In October 2011 C-LET launched the Eleuthera based programme and added two additional new courses: (1) Community Coaching and Mentoring and (2) Community Development and Transformation. Classes began on October 28, 2011. Twenty nine students are presently enrolled in the Eleuthera based course and can complete their studies as early as April, 2012.


Graduating Students, front row, L to R. Mr. Joseph Harris (Coke Memorial Methodist Church, Nassau) Mrs. Francine McQueen, (Wesley Methodist Church Harbour Island) Ms. Janice Knowles, (Ebenezer Methodist Church, Nassau) Mrs. Orlean Brown, (Charles Wesley Methodist Church, Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera) Mrs. Albertha Rodgers, (Trinity Methodist Church, Nassau) Mr. Roscoe Deveaux, (Wesley Methodist Church-Grant’s Town, Nassau) Mrs. Sherrin Cooper, (Wesley Methodist Church, Palmetto Point, Central Eleuthera) Ms. Kimberley McPhee, (Ebenezer Methodist Church, Nassau) Ms. Jennifer Carey, (Ebenezer Methodist Church, Nassau) Mrs. Emerald Cash, (Charles Wesley Methodist Church, Lower Bogue, North Eleuthera) Mrs. Richlene Cleare-    (Curry Memorial Methodist Church, Nassau) Mr. Luther Kemp, (Zion Methodist Church, Current Island, North Eleuthera)

Back row, L to R. Mrs. Patrice Davis, (Wesley Methodist Church, Harbour Island) Mr. Michael Knowles, (Epworth Methodist Chapel, Cherokee Sound, Abaco) Mr. Reswell Maither, (Wesley Methodist Church, Harbour Island) Mr. Gary Smith, (St. Andrew’s Methodist Church, Dundas Town, Abaco) Mr. Franklyn Bethell, (Wesley Methodist Church-Grant’s Town, Nassau) Mr. Ian Carey, (Wesley Methodist Church, Tarpum Bay, South Eleuthera).
Not pictured: Ms. Franchelle Winder, (Wesley Methodist Church-Grant’s Town) and Ms. Lisa Fleetwood, (St. James Methodist Church, Hope Town, Abaco).

Copyright, Spice Media Group, Eleuthera, Bahamas 2008-2015.
All rights reserved. Contact editor@theeleutheran.com
Log in
For website security reasons, users must login to post a comment on an article.
Or you can Connect with Facebook

Subscribe to comments feed Comments (0 posted):

total: | displaying:

Post your comment comment

More News....
image

NEMA Implements Emergency Warning System

BY: THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY...
Full story

Announcement of New Marine Protected Areas

Announcement made by The Hon. Kenred Dorsett Minister of the Environment and Housing August 31st, 2015 ...
Full story
image

Traffic Speed Gun, one of the tools in hand as Police take to the road for Back To School in Eleuthera.

(Eleuthera, Bahamas)  Officers of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, Eleuthera District will be out in full force  - posted at every Ministry of Education institution ...
Full story
image

CEHS Notice: Back to School FOR ALL CEHS students on Wednesday

(Eleuthera, Bahamas) - The Principal of Central Eleuthera High School (CEHS), Mrs. Marie Galanis, would like to inform all parents of students going to that ...
Full story

BEC planned power cuts - PP and GHB on Tues, Wed, Thurs.

(Eleuthera, Bahamas) - The Bahamas Electricity Corporation in Eleuthera wishes to advise consumers in Palmetto Point and Governor's Harbour that their Electricity Supplies will be ...
Full story
image

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION - NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology wishes to bring clarity to the Press Release issued on Sunday, 30th August regarding the new dates for ...
Full story
image

New Hummingbird Species Discovered in The Bahamas - The Inagua Woodstar (Calliphox lyrura)

Inagua, Bahamas – The Bahamas National Trust is thrilled at the recent announcement by the American Ornithologists Union (AOU), of a new hummingbird species on ...
Full story
image

RESUMPTION OF OPERATIONS AT THE COLLEGE OF THE BAHAMAS

The public is advised that The College of The Bahamas Oakes Field and Grosvenor Close Campuses remain closed on Monday, August 31st. This includes the ...
Full story
image

New Changes to the dates for the Opening of the 2015/2016 Academic Year

All administrators, teachers and custodial staff should report for duty Monday, 31st August;...
Full story







  • email Email to a friend
  • print Print version
  • Plain text Plain text




Conditions for Governor's Harbour, BF at 7:57 pm EDT

Current Conditions:
Showers in the Vicinity, 88 F

Forecast:
Tue - Partly Cloudy. High: 89 Low: 81
Wed - Partly Cloudy. High: 88 Low: 80
Thu - Partly Cloudy. High: 88 Low: 81
Fri - Mostly Sunny. High: 89 Low: 81
Sat - Isolated Thunderstorms. High: 88 Low: 81

Full Forecast at Yahoo! Weather

(provided by The Weather Channel)