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Inagua, the most southerly island in the Bahamas,with a population of about 1000, and the home for Morton Salt Company, now has a building to be used for worship for Adventists on the island. On Friday, April 13, 2018, about two dozen members from New Providence along with Pastor Paul Scavella and Pastor Peter Joseph, flew to Inagua to open the new worship center called the New Life Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Inagua is the eighth largest island in the Caribbean and the second largest island in the Bahamas. It is the home for the second largest flock of flamingos in the world. It is located 376 miles south of the island of New Providence. The island's capital and only harbour is Matthew Town, named after George Matthew, a 19th-century Governor of the Bahamas. This town houses the Morton Salt Company’s main facility, producing one million tonnes of sea salt a year — the second largest solar saline operation in North America and Inagua's main industry.
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