It was the shocking sight of names of parishioners of St. Mary’s Anglican Church dating back to the late 1800s that held the attention of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart at the church’s service marking the 185th anniversary of consecration this afternoon.
A lover of history, the PM seemed spellbound by this piece of local heritage, even as Bishop Reverend Dr. John Holder looked on in pride.
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