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“ Physical and Spiritual” Clean-Up”

A ‘Clean-Up’ Barbados campaign is on and you can give it spiritual and moral significance!

The most important conceivable legacy that could be associated with hosting this Cricket World Cup in the Caribbean is that our God becomes glorified through the event and his sovereignty unmistakably acknowledged by the world which will visit our shores. This has been the prayer of thousands of Christians in Barbados and around the world.

It has been proposed that we use this Cricket World Cup opportunity to initiate something tangible, being ‘salt of the earth’ and ‘light of the world’. A two phased physical clean-up of Barbados is on the cards. The first, pre-World Cup phase is scheduled to take place on Saturday and Sunday, March 10 and 11 between the hours of 6.00 A.M. and 8.00 A.M.
Map click to enlargeThis phase of the clean-up will concentrate on the high ways, running from Providence in Christ Church to Speightstown in St. Peter. The second, post World Cup phase, is a nationwide clean-up, embracing every parish, every community and every household. This is scheduled for May 5 and 6. We will The Sundays are included to facilitate those who worship on Saturday and are willing to be available on the Sundays.
This clean-up campaign comes with a difference. We are conscientiously praying and are noting and promoting the physical clean-up as a powerful symbol by which we evoke God’s spiritual and moral cleansing and healing of our nation. God will visit us in unexpected ways. He is already ‘pouring out’ his Spirit in our nations. The clean-up therefore is to be led by the Church. Your involvement and leadership is seen to be critical to the occasion. You are being asked to become a coordinator of the Speightstown zone, one of four in the clean-up campaign. You may mobilize all the support you can to effect the plan within sections of your zone.
The ICC Local Organizing Committee, the Sanitation Department, the ministries associated with the environment and private sector companies have given this campaign their fullest endorsement and support. The Sanitation department is advising and engaging their crew to do the pick-up of the bagged garbage.

 
     
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