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North Andros

District of North Andros
North Andros
Coordinates:
Country  Bahamas
Island Andros
Established 1996
Government
 • Type District Council
 • Chief Councillor Brian O’Neal Cleare
 • Deputy Chief Councillor Granville Coleby
Time zone EST (UTC−5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC−4)
Area code(s) 242

North Andros is one of the 31 districts of the Bahamas. It is also the largest district (in area) in the country. It has some of the largest settlements on Andros Island and many churches as well.

Churches

There are a number of church denominations represented within Andros. In North Andros, the Anglican Episcopal Church has a presence through St. Margaret's Parish. This parish consist of two churches: St. Margaret's, located in the settlement of Nicholl's Town; and St. Mary Magdalene, located in the settlement of Mastic Point. There are two denominations of Methodist Churches. (MCCA) Wesley Methodist church is located in Mastic Point, while Wesley Mt. Zion is at Nicholl's Town. (BCMC) Wesley Methodist is located at Mastic Point. There is also the Church of God of Prophecy. Branches may be found in Lowe Sound, Mastic Point, Staniard Creek and Conch Sound, the latter having the most membership. The Church of God of Prophecy in Conch Sound is home for the "Rushin" Bahamian Culture that is held on a yearly basis around New Year's time.

Settlements

Prevalent settlements in North Andros are:

External

  • St Margaret's Anglican Episcopal Church in North Andros

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