Head of State worships with hundreds as new Dean of Georgetown appointed

Georgetown, GINA, February 3, 2014


The official appointment of new church officials saw the Head of State, President Donald Ramotar joining other dignitaries including Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, Opposition leader David Granger and hundreds of other persons filling the pews of St George’s Cathedral on Sunday.

President Donald Ramotar and Prime Minister Samuel Hinds congratulate newly appointed Dean of the St George’s Cathedral Andy Carto. Former Bishop Randolph George is at right

Those appointed were Dean of Georgetown and Rector of St George’s Cathedral Reverend Paul Andrew Carto, Senior Arch Deacon Terry Davis, Canon to the Stall of St David Reverend David Elias and Honorary Canon Reverend Jerrick Rayside.

Newly appointed Dean of the St George’s Cathedral Andy Carto

The congregation was treated to several hymns by the St George’s Choir and sermons by Arch Deacon of the West Central Bahamas Reverend Ranfurly Brown.

Sandra Granger, APNU Leader David Granger, Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, Mrs Yvonne Hinds, and President Donald Ramotar at service to appoint Dean of the St George’s Cathedral, Andy Carto

The St George’s Cathedral is a mainstay of the Guyana Anglican Diocese, one of eight within the Caribbean region.


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