Bishop Helen McPhee, Global United Fellowship (GUF) Bahamas Province former provincial leader has been elevated to the international position of “Mother” of GUF – a position of honor due to her commitment to the organization over the years, according to Presiding Prelate, His Grace, Bishop Neil C. Ellis, in a press release.
The Bahamas’ former provincial leader’s appointment came as GUF announced new national appointments including that of Pastor Delton Ellis to provincial leader, along with a number of other appointees who will be installed during an installation service at Mount Tabor Church, Pinewood Gardens, on Monday, September 5.
Bishop Deanza Cunningham, metropolitan bishop for The Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Haiti, and Cayman Islands, said with people like Ellis, whom he said has his hand in a whole lot of things, it augurs well for the fellowship and that The Bahamas should be stronger than it has ever been.
“The Bahamas is getting the relevant posts in place, so that the province can be stronger. They will be strengthening mandate of the fellowship,” said Cunningham who has supervisory responsibility for the provinces he oversees.
GUF is a fellowship mandated to unite, equip, enhance, resurrect and build. Each province is supposed to ensure these prongs are carried out and executed.
GUF’s Bahamas Province released the newest national appointments on August 16 at Agape Church. The Bahamas Province and its new leaders have been given the responsibility to unite, equip, enhance marriages, resurrect the dying discipline of prayer, and build covenant relationships within the body of Christ. The Bahamas Province will seek to carry out this mandate by using a holistic and innovative approach to ministry in the COVID-19 era.
GUF is an interdenominational body of spiritual leaders, fellowships, and congregations united strategically to plan, implement, and execute transformative and generational change as well as expand the kingdom of God to nations of the world. GUF has grown from 40 churches from its inception to more than 1,400 churches in 42 countries around the world.
Global United Fellowship Bahamas Province appointments
Presiding Prelate, His Grace, Bishop Neil C. Ellis
Metropolitan Bishop for The Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Haiti and Cayman Islands – Bishop Deanza Cunningham
Father of the Bahamas Province – Bishop Godfrey Williams
International Mother of the Fellowship – Bishop Helen McPhee
Provincial Leader – Pastor Delton Ellis
First Assistant – Pastor Rickeno R. Moncur
Central Parish Leader – Pastor Kellen Russell
Mother of the Bahamas Province – Elder Vernita Josey
Executive Secretary – Pastor LaQuez Williams
Northern Parish Leader – Bishop Silbert Mills
Northern District Leader and Special Assistant to Bahamas Provincial Leader – Pastor Simeon Outten
District Leader for West Grand Bahama – Pastor Keith Meadows
Assistant to the District Leader for West Grand Bahama – Pastor Ken Strachan
Director of Pastors’ Division – Pastor Arlington Rahming
Director of Education – Apostle Ivry Johnson
Director of Millennials – Minister Davonia Josey and advisor Dr. Felicia Archer
Director of Youth – Elder Shaquille Hanna and advisor – Dr. Felicia Archer
Director of Children – Eunice Perpall
Director of Intercessory Prayer – Pastor Carol Moss
Director of Evangelism, in-reach and outreach – Pastor France George
Director of Music – Minister Oslien Jardote, and assistant, Pastor Shantiche Duncombe (and Pastor Carol Moss – leader of fine arts)
Director of Business Development – Pastor Deno Cartwright and assistant, Jeffrey Beckles
Director of Assimilation and Technology – Dr. Ellis Peet Jr.
Director of Pastors’ Wives – Lady Edris Cunningham
Director of Women – Pastor Carmen Cornish
Director of Media and PR – Dr. Felicia Archer
Director of Legal Affairs – Christina Galanos
Director Health and Wellness – Shenique Miller and Macumbla Smith
Director of Sports and Fitness – Bernard Rolle
GUF Pillars – Apostle Ivry Johnson
To unite – Pastor Dolly King
To equip – Christian education pastors
To enhance marriages and family – Pastor Kino and Lisa McCartney and Bishop Arnold and Elder Vernita Josey
To resurrect the dying discipline of prayer – Pastor Arlington Rahming
To build genuine fellowship – Pastor Delano Rolle