EPC hurricane relief efforts in The Bahamas underway
Hurricane Dorian struck The Bahamas on Sept 1-3, leaving vast destruction and deaths in its wake. Of the three EPC churches in the Bahamas, two are located in areas directly affected by the storm: Kirk of the Pines (Abaco), and Lucaya Presbyterian Church in Freeport (Grand Bahama). Nassau received little effect from the storm, so St. Andrew’s is the staging point for the EPC’s relief work in Marsh Harbour.
There are many needs for thousands of residents on Abaco and Grand Bahama. If you would like to directly support these needs, donations to EPC relief efforts can be made at www.epc.org/donate/emergencyrelief. Contributions are sent directly to EPC churches in the affected areas for needs they identify in their local communities. We thank you for your support.
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Lucaya Presbyterian Church is located on Grand Bahama island in the northern Bahamas, just 60 miles off the east coast of Florida.
With our history of more than 50 years of serving God in Grand Bahama, Lucaya Presbyterian Church has had a significant impact on the spiritual life of the Bahamas. Our congregation has a diverse cultural and ethnic background, adding to the rich heritage of our community.
With a solid reformed theology as our foundation, practical Biblical teaching and a blended worship format, our Sunday morning worship gatherings serve the spiritual needs of our local families, seasonal residents and visitors alike. Lucaya Presbyterian Church is a part of the EPC.
We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings at 11:00 a.m. for worship.