Christians throughout the Bahamas started the Easter weekend by attending church on Good Friday. The congregation of St Thomas Moore, in Nassau, Bahamas, put on a re-enactment of the Passion of Our Lord according to the Gospel of John. It was a good performance that showed off the dedication and talents of several members of their Christian community.

Directed by Kevin Strakan, the performance was a moving depiction of the last hours in the life of Jesus Christ. It lasted about an hour and received favourable reviews from the hundreds of people who attended.

Narrator – Wendy Forysthe
Jesus Christ – Philip Carey
An-nas the High Priest – Thomas Dean
Cai’a-phas Chief Priest – Joseph Gibson
Pilate – Ernst Rumer
Mary – Nicole Allen

Simon-Peter – Arthur Seymour
Other apostle (the high priest Court Yard) – Rubin Knowles

9 other apostles – Glen Wright, Ayden Cargill, Michael Forysthe, Darion Smith, Ahmad Mcphee, Mikhial Mcphee, Christopher Mackey

Judas – Harriss Gibson
Jewish Guards – Albert Cartwright, Simon – Wallace

Tribune – Alfred Coakley
Roman Soldiers – H. L. Rolle, Mr. Homer, Richard Cartwright, Michael Adderley, Barry Homer

Slaves/Mal’chus ( Garden) – Larry Homer
Slave (relative/Mal’chus inside courtyard) – Cheryl Turnquest
Servant Girl at the Gate – Vilma Homer
Group of SpeakersThe Jews – Ruth Deveaux, Ricelia Wright, Gladys Gardiner, Cyrene Pinder

Mary the wife of Clo’pas – Doreen Peters
Mary Mag’da-lene – Peggy

Doreen Peters
Kevin Strakan

Harriss Gibson
Simon Wallace
Phillip Carey
Mr. Alan Homer
Kevin Strakan

Arthur Seymour

Director of Music
Mrs. Kim Carey