The Bahamas Faith Ministries (BFM) announced Friday the dates for the home going and memorial services for Dr. Myles Munroe, his wife and Dr. Richard Pinder.
The funeral service for Dr. Munroe and his wife, Pastor Ruth, will be streamed live from BFM on Thursday, December 4. Dr. Pinder’s home going service will be held at BFM on Tuesday, December 2.
On Wednesday, December 3, the church will host a memorial service to honor the life and legend of Dr. Munroe and his wife.
With organisations and churches in Africa, Latin America, and The United States organising thanksgiving services for Dr. Munroe, Senior Pastor of BFM and the Chairman of the new board of governors Dave Burrows said that the church has never understood the extent of Dr. Munroe’s influence until these past few days. Due to the amount of calls, expressions of appreciation, and suggestion’s from the public, Pastor Burrows announced the formation of the new Organizing and Planning committee headed by veteran journalist, Deborah Bartlett, in addition to the new command centre established by the church to make available any breaking information.
BFM held a special church service yesterday, “Carrying on the vision…Preserving the legacy,” to encourage the church family during this time of mourning.
“We lost the visionary, but we didn’t lose the vision. We lost our leaders, but we haven’t lost our leadership potential. We lost our mentors, but we haven’t lost the mandate. As a church body, what I have received to this point is total support and resolve to continue and to ensure that the legacy, the work, and the message of Dr. Myles Munroe lives on and continues to impact the world for generations to come,” Pastor Burrows said.
Dr. Munroe and his wife’s funeral service will be streamed live worldwide from BFM since it is by invitation only. Persons are encouraged to receive the live stream via their place of worship or arrange gatherings at other places in order to accommodate the numbers. All additional information can be received via the church’s Command Center by calling 461-6429.