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Evangelist Bridget A. Blucher coming to VI for Gospel concert

- calls for denominational walls separating the Church to come down
Gospel artist Bridget A. Blucher will be in the territory for a Gospel concert to be held at the Rupert Briercliff Hall in Road Town on April 9, 2016 with the theme that all of the children of the Kingdom of God must unite despite denominational differences. Photo: Reverbnation
The cover of Blucher's album 'You Alone'. Blucher said that she has totally committed her life to the Lord and she is looking for persons to come from “every which way” to join them for a night or praise and ultimate worship before the Lord. Photo: www.reggaelandmuzik.com
The cover of Blucher's album 'You Alone'. Blucher said that she has totally committed her life to the Lord and she is looking for persons to come from “every which way” to join them for a night or praise and ultimate worship before the Lord. Photo: www.reggaelandmuzik.com
The St Vincent and the Grenadines evangelist and singer said that she has visited the Virgin Islands before and has cultivated valuable friendships and those are some of the persons who have been instrumental in helping her put together this concert. Photo: www.barbadostoday.bb
The St Vincent and the Grenadines evangelist and singer said that she has visited the Virgin Islands before and has cultivated valuable friendships and those are some of the persons who have been instrumental in helping her put together this concert. Photo: www.barbadostoday.bb
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Gospel artist Bridget A. Blucher will be in the territory for a Gospel concert at Sir Rupert Briercliffe Hall in Road Town, Tortola on April 9, 2016 with the theme that all of the children of the Kingdom of God must unite despite denominational differences.

The St Vincent and the Grenadines evangelist and singer said she has visited the Virgin Islands before and has cultivated valuable friendships and those are some of the persons who have been instrumental in helping her put together the upcoming concert.

“It is going to be the first time in a little while but I have been there numerous times,” she told Virgin Islands News Online in an exclusive interview.

Blucher said the aim of the concert is to bring together all of the children of God's kingdom and break down religious barriers for the restoration of the Virgin Islands.

“We want God to really intervene...we have some dynamic singers out of Jamaica to join us, such as Brother Adrian Cunningham who is well known for Lord I love you, we have Second Chance...and we have Keith Robinson,” she said.

VI needs unification of Christians

Blucher added that she has totally committed her life to the Lord and she is looking for persons to come from “every which way” to join them for a night or praise and ultimate worship before the Lord.

“I believe the Virgin Islands needs the unification of the Christians...we are not talking about Adventists or Pentecostal or Methodist...we are talking about the body of Christ, not any religious name that is out there. This is open up to the Rastafarians and whosoever wants to open up and have an intimate relationship with the Lord,” she said.

Blucher explained that she started coming to the VI through Claude Parillon whom she said ran the Caribbean tours for a while. “I have not come for a couple of years but I am back to launch this brand new album called Restore. “It is a very diverse album with a little bit of every genre of music featured. And I just really feel in my spirit it is time for restoration,” she said.

Blucher believes over the years the people of the territory have experienced a “drought” that has affected health, economic, and family life. “Over the years we have allowed religious beliefs to separate the Church, the Body of Christ...the Adventists don't want to interact with the Baptists, the Baptists don't want to interact with the Pentecostals and so forth. I think it is time for that to come down and as people of God we really need to pull together to support each other,” said Blucher.

10 Responses to “Evangelist Bridget A. Blucher coming to VI for Gospel concert”

  • church (30/03/2016, 17:34) Like (9) Dislike (2) Reply
    Let the church say amen
  • nonsense (30/03/2016, 18:30) Like (14) Dislike (21) Reply
    They need to stop these professional scammers coming here and further indoctrinating those of weak mind with their set of foolishness. Its 2016 and time for people to stop believing in nonsense and feeling the need to have to drop their hard earned money into the pockets of these rich and famous con people, whilst their own children are going hungry and in need.
    • wize up (30/03/2016, 20:55) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
      @ nonsense: those in favor???
    • @ nonsense (30/03/2016, 23:39) Like (1) Dislike (3) Reply
      Baseless speculation I think.
      • nonsense (31/03/2016, 08:20) Like (9) Dislike (4) Reply
        The religious industry is a scam and form of control. The rich get richer and target the poor and weak. Fact! Having an all empowering sky fairy is not only baseless, but irrational and against modern day knowledge.
        • @ nonsense (31/03/2016, 15:25) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
          And yet you spend so much time trying to convince us otherwise. Go worship whatever you worship and don't worry about the rest of us. Time will tell who really had the truth. If we want to give our money it's ours we work for it and can do as we wish. You are just bitter and evil.
  • To Promoters (30/03/2016, 18:58) Like (12) Dislike (2) Reply
    Where are the ticket outlets please?
  • farmer (30/03/2016, 21:34) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    I know peasants with more faith than the pope himself.
  • Rasta Man. (31/03/2016, 04:05) Like (16) Dislike (3) Reply
    This is how she feeds her family I'm ok with it...its a job.. We have those in America become millionaires singing Gospel.. Let our Caribbean lady do her thing. Let's support her.. I don't believe in her message. But I respect her rights to work and feed her family.. I believe in Selassie I. Lots of you will think its nonsense and thats your rights I respect that. I think the Jesus story is what it is "A Story". Told to us to rob and steal our land l, our gold, our pearl and our soul. How could a human been in their common sense and wisdom believe its better to be poor than rich, and our reward and our milk and honey is some where in the sky, thats what this Jesus story is telling us. Lady I respect you for doing your job and you do it will. Kudos and more power to you..love and respect always. From Rasta Man.
  • Not totally agree (05/04/2016, 15:57) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Men's unity march that was held on 3/2/16 was a huge success and a great expression of unity among the churches in the BVI, we've seen men from Prophecy, Holiness, Agape, New Live, Mt Carmel, Methodist, Upper Room, Spanish church, New Testament, Tower of Faith, Cane Garden Bay Baptist. So the vision is already here, all for the glory of God.


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