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Madeline Hanna Dies

Funeral will be on Sunday, October 1, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. at Hillview Seventh-day Adventist Church, 135 Tonique Williams Darling Highway. The homily will be presented by Pastor Leonard Johnson, president of the Atlantic Caribbean Union. Mortician: Rock of Ages Funeral Home. Internment at Wood Lawn Gardens.

Madeline Hanna (June 2, 1935 – September 16, 2017), veteran teacher in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Bahamas, has fallen asleep in Jesus (Saturday night Sept 16th) after several years of being handicapped by the Alzheimer’s disease. She was 82.

Her family is comforted by the memory of her life of service and her hope in Christ Jesus. Madeline’s immediate family includes the following. Husband: Royden Hanna, retired Adventist pastor. Children and their spouses: Martin and Henrietta Hanna, Haydn and Barbara Hanna, Betty Hanna, Edward and Dian Hanna, Esther and Delthony Gordon. Sisters and brothers and their spouses: Miriam Smith, Netta and Cliff Bowen, Althea and Wendell McMillan, Eris and Janet Moncur. Sisters and brothers in law and their spouses: Inez Moncur, Rose Moncur, Mildred Hanna, Emily Ferguson, Leon and Carolyn Hanna, Gerard and Doreen Hanna, Thelma Hanna, Alice and James Sands, Muriel and Orthniel Darling, Joan and Jeremiah Duncombe. Grand children: Pharez, Melody, Zachary, Dominic, Gabrielle, Jonathan, Hadassah.

Please keep them in your prayers.

Pathfinder Day and March 2017

Pathfinder Day at Hillview Adventist Church

Pathfinder Day at Centreville Adventist Church

Going Home after the Parade--A fun Ride

Funeral Service for Percy Miller, Lay Bible Worker

On Sunday, September 24, 2017, there will be a funeral service for the late Percy Miller who died on August 15, 2017, in a hospital in Texas, USA, after a short illness. He was in Texas visiting his daughter and family. He was 82.

Percy Miller was a faithful member of the Grant's Town Seventh-day Adventist Church, Wellington Street, Nassau. For many decades he served as a enthusiastic lay Bible worker in Conference-wide and local church evangelistic series, and also served as a church elder and Sabbath School teacher. He was an outstanding and friendly taxi driver for many years in The Bahamas.

He has influenced the lives of countless individuals and has attracted many to a faith relationship with Jesus. His wife, Roceta, predeceased him about two years ago and also the third child, Ken, in 1999.

Left to celebrate his life are his children: Paul, Keffie, Marlene, Cyrus; thirty-three grandchildren, and twenty-one great-grand children. and many other relatives and friends.

The funeral will be held at the Joe Farrington Road Auditorium, at 10:00 a.m., September 24, 2017.

Pathfinder Day March 2017

Join us! Come and watch our energetic Pathfinders on our annual Pathfinder Day March at 4:00 p.m..

Windsor Park to Clifford Park

Click HERE for Photos of the March

The Pathfinder Day March is on Sabbath, September 16, 2017. We are asking ALL Band members, Pathfinders and Masterguides to assemble at Windsor Park at 3:30 p.m. sharp in Class A Uniform. The march leaves Wullf Road promptly at 4:00 p.m.

However, the Adventurers will meet at the Grant’s Town Seventh-day Adventist Church and will join the parade on the corner just before Meadows Street. On arrival at Clifford Park, we strongly urge everyone to remain for the address of the Minister of Youth and Culture and the Minister of National Security, the Honorable Michael Pintard and the Honourable Marvin Dames respectively. Our youth will be encouraged.

Patrick Wilson, Pathfinder Director

A Message from the Principal

Bahamas Academy Preparing for this World and the Word to Come

Knowing that our students must be prepared for service in this world and in the world to come, Bahamas Academy is deliberate in the spiritual and academic nurture of our students.

It was not by accident that Bahamas Academy for the 2016-2017 school year, chose the theme, Pursing Excellence with Christ as our Guide. We experienced success spiritually and academically. The Lord blessed our efforts in the two weeks of spiritual emphasis and through His power, souls were won to His kingdom. We regard this as a monumental success in our Lord and Saviour!

Gratitude is extended to our hard working teachers and staff for their commitment to Christian education. We also recognize our dedicated parents for choosing Bahamas Academy and thank them for the support they have given over the years.

As we reflect on our Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) and Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) results of 2017, we commend our rising stars on their outstanding performance.

The three top achievers in the BJC are:
  • Sharai Lunn 8 A’s, 1 B
  • Hiedi Hughes 7 A’s, 2 B’s
  • Jalecia Williams 7 A’s, 2 B’s
The three top achievers in the BGCSE are:
  • Celesta Stuart 5 A’s, 4 B’s, 1C
  • Brinel Jacques 3 A’s, 1 B, 5C’s
  • Tyla Rahming 2 A’s, 4 B’s, 2C’s

We applaud all our students who were successful in their examinations and wish them well for the future.

I appeal to our church and the wider communities, to take another look at Bahamas Academy and to give your support, make Bahamas Academy your school of choice.

As we contemplate our theme for this school year, Transformed to Serve, we hope to transform your child for service here on earth and for higher and wider service in the world to come.

T. Milton Lewis, Principal, Bahamas Academy

Bahamas Academy Website

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