INTERNATIONAL   DAY

 

 

Theme

OUT OF MANY

ONE PEOPLE

 

 

 

Saturday, May 19th, 2007

6:00 P.M.

 

 

 

EBENEZER NT CHURCH OF GOD

6217 Baltimore Ave. - Riverdale, MD 20737

Bishop Oliver Subryan, Pastor

(Home) 301-883-0101 (Church) 301-779-7878

(Church fax/phone) 301-779-4245

E-mail Ebenezercom@aol.com

 


 

                                           Order of Service

 

Call to order...............................................................................................

                                         Praise & Worship

Opening Prayer.........................................................................................

Scripture Reading.....................................................................................

Welcome.....................................................................................................

PARADE OF FLAGS

                                                Program

Chairperson                                                

Item.............................................................................................................

Item - America

Item - Jamaica............................................................................................

Item - Barbados.........................................................................................

Item - St. Thomas......................................................................................

Item - Ghana..............................................................................................

Item - Trinidad

Item - Kenya...............................................................................................

Item - Grenada...........................................................................................

Item - Jamaica............................................................................................

Item - Panama

Item - Philippines.......................................................................................

Item - St. Vincent.......................................................................................

Item - Guyana

Item - Haiti

Item - India

Skit..............................................................................................................

    Sermonette/closing           


 

 

OUT OF MANY ONE PEOPLE

Barbados is located northwest of Venezuela, and is the most easterly of the Caribbean islands.  Barbados covers an area of about 167 sq. miles.  Barbados is otherwise almost flat with its foundation being made mostly of coral.  The island is semitropical with beautiful beaches.

 

Ghana is just north of the equator and its neighboring countries are Ivory Coast on the west, Burkino Faso on the north, and Togo in the east.  Ghana was once known as the Gold Coast for being the trade center of gold and ivory.  Ghana covers an area of 91,690 sq. miles.

 

Grenada lies north of Trinidad, and is the most southern of the Windward Islands.  Grenada covers an area of about 135 sq. miles.  The islands’ terrain is spotted with volcanic mountains, and rugged coasts.

 

Guyana “At the point where the Caribbean meets South America on its North Atlantic seaboard lies an almost unknown, but incredibly wonderful land of un-spoilt beauty, where the virgin rainforest leads to the Amazon Basin.”  Guyana covers an area of 83,000 sq. miles.

 

Haiti shares the same island as the Dominican Republic, but it only covers a third of the island as a whole.  Haiti covers an area of about 10,720 sq. miles.  Most of Haiti is uninhabitable due to the rough mountainous terrain.  The other areas are lush with lakes and rivers.

 

India’s subcontinent is in Asia.  It is a peninsula and the three sides are surrounded by Arabian Sea in the south west, Bay of Bengal in the south east and Indian Ocean in the South. India covers an area of 3,287,263 sq. kilometers.

 

Jamaica “Nothing has been left undone, either by man or nature, to make Jamaica the most extraordinary island that the sun visits on its rounds.” Jamaica is located west of Haiti, and south of Cuba, in the Caribbean Sea.  Jamaica covers an area of about 4,411 sq. miles, making it the third largest island in the Caribbean.    Mountains in the middle area and the coastal areas are low with hills, rivers, and streams.  The climate is pleasantly tropical with beautiful beaches.

 

Panama covers an area of 29,208 sq. miles with a population of 2.7 million.  Panama’s water is the purest in the world.  The climate is pleasantly tropical.

 

Philippines is an archipelagic nation made up of 7,107 islands spanning 1,840 kilometers north to south.  With a land mass of 300,780 square kilometers, the Philippines is considered a medium-sized nation, about two-thirds the size of its first colonizer, Spain and a little larger than the British Isles.  The Philippines is pleasantly tropical.

 

Sierra Leone is a small country on the West Coast of Africa.  Guinea borders it in the north and west; Liberia in the south and the Atlantic Ocean flow along the western shoreline. Sierra Leone covers an area of 28,000 sq. miles.

 

St. Vincent is located in the lower end of the Caribbean chain, and is one of the Windward Islands.  St. Vincent covers an area of about 140 sq. miles.  The island is fairly dominated by the volcanic mountains, which are healthy with vegetation and a beautiful tropical weather and white sandy beaches.

 

Trinidad and Tobago is located north of the most northern coast of Venezuela, and is the most southern island, along with Tobago, of the Lesser Antilles chain.  Covers an area of about

1,900 sq. miles.  The islands’ terrain varies widely, from tropical forests, to swampy areas, to beautiful low mountain ranges with an elevation as high as 3000 ft.

US. Virgin Islands St. Thomas, St. Croix & St. John the islands are located south of the Bahamas chains, and north of Haiti, in the Caribbean Sea, covers a total area of about 165 sq. miles.  The islands are relatively flat, with a limestone foundation. There are numerous keys, and beautiful sandy white beaches.