Rev. Father Earl Hepburn installed as new rector of The Church of the Ascension Anglican Church

SOLEMN SERVICE – Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest (right) and his wife Sonia Turnquest; (second right) President of the Senate, Kay Forbes-Smith (centre) and her husband Godfrey Smith, other senior government officials; Rev. Dr. Robert Lockhart, President of the Grand Bahama Christian Council and other ministers with their spouses attended the solemn service of induction and installation of Rev. Father Earl Hepburn. (PHOTO:  JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Archdeacon of the Northern Bahamas Rev. Father Earl Andrew Hepburn, was officially installed as the fourth rector of The Church of the Ascension Anglican Church, West Beach Road on Friday, May 3. With a number of well-wishers, family and friends, locally and overseas, many whom Hepburn has had the privilege of serving prior to his…
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