To speak of a Protestant monactic order sounds strange and even irrelevant. When the Christian Church in Western Europe split, because of the Reformation, Luther, Calvin and the other Reformers refused to maintain this type of commitment in their new denominations ... Click to continue
On December 6th 1951, Madeleine Marie Handy then flew to France with five other mates, on scholarship for academic pursuits, where she became a student nurse. Her school was at the Deaconesses Sisterhood of Reuilly(Paris) ... Click to continue
The Community of the sisters de l' Emmanuels in Bafut is one of the first Protestant communities of Africa. Having founded in 1971 by sister Madeleine - Mary Handy, Diaconesse de Reuilly, Cameroonian and first woman pastor of Cameroon, her has her roots in the bafut cameroun sisters of Emmanuel Communauté of the Diaconesses de Reuilly and belongs to the English-speaking Presbyterian Church (PCC).
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Few corrections in June, 2013 by the Rev. Sister Shalom Kiven
Maranatha: Lord Jesus Christ and dwell with us. Amen
5:00 am Vigil
6:00 am Lauds
7:25 am Teirce
12:00 pm Sext
4:30 pm Vespers
7:30 pm Compline Sunday Service: 8:00 am
From March to April, 2013
The Holy Week-Palm Sunday-Maundy Thursday-Good Friday
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