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January 17, 2017, 1:54 PM

Join St. John's for its family weekend in Kanuga


Parish Weekend Retreat

Friday, March 31 - Sunday, April 2. 

This year's program will be led by the Rt. Rev. Nick Dill, Bishop of Bermuda. A registration brochure is available in the church or the atrium of Heyward Hall and online HERE.

For more information or to volunteer during the Kanuga weekend, contact Ashley Jaillette at ashley_e_wilson@hotmail.com


Bishop Nick was born in a hurricane in the dark ages of 1963 in Bermuda. Husband to Fiona, Father to 6 amazing children, ranging from 9-24 years old. His first degree was in Politics and History at Trinity College, University of Toronto graduating in 1986 and, subsequently Law at the University of London, England.  He qualified as a barrister and worked in London. During this time and through the faithful witness of his sister he came to faith and threw himself into life in a large City of London Anglican church. Before come back to Bermuda full time, he participated in an inaugural preaching and teaching course for a year returning home thereafter as a Litigation and Private Client lawyer.  
 
During this time, he felt called to full time ministry and found himself selected by the Anglican Church of Bermuda for training at Wycliffe Hall Theological College at the University of Oxford in England. Thereafter he worked in a large and thriving evangelical Anglican Church in England for seven years before returning home to pastor the Anglican Parish of Pembroke, serving the congregations of St. John's, St. Monica's and St. Augustine's. In 2013 he was elected and consecrated as the next Bishop of Bermuda. Bishop Nick is thankful for of the positive and negative influences in his life that have led to today but most of all gives tribute to his Heavenly Father without whom he would have no hope or a future;  to the Lord Jesus who has saved, enabled, inspired and equipped him for all that he does and to the Holy Spirit who through the scriptures teaches and by his presence sanctifies to the Glory of God.  
 
Apart from his family – who are his pride and greatest joy; and the ministry which comes with a mix of joy and sorrow-  if he had any time he could be found sailing, skiing and walking in addition to gardening, reading and cooking – doing none of it particularly well but all of it enjoyed.   

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