Senator Frederick A. McAlpine and the beautiful Glennis A. Knowles tied the knot last week Friday at Pro Cathedral Christ the King Anglican Church.
Grand Bahama Island – The politician who asked the public question, “Who put the pepper in the vasaline” and stirred political crowds during the May 2nd, 2007 general elections has finally found love a second time. Senator Frederick A. McAlpine and Glennis A. Knowles of New Providence exchanged marit politican al vows Friday, August 8, 2008 at 8am. It was a very private and intimate ceremony at the Pro Cathedral Christ the King Anglican Church. This memorable event was officiated by Canon Father Harry Bain.
Senator and Reverend Frederick A. McAlpine was born in Grand Bahama the son of Frederick and Cynthia McAlpine. He was educated in The Bahamas and Jamaica.
A charismatic evangelist, he was ordained to the Christian Ministry in 1983 at the age of 17.
Rev. McAlpine, President of Frederick McAlpine Evangelistic Ministries and a senior Minister at Freeport Fellowship Centre, is the host of a weekly Radio Broadcast on ZNS’ Northern Service.
He has preached in numerous countries around the Caribbean, in North America as well as in Brazil and in the United Kingdom.
Rev. McAlpine has served as President of Freeport Anglican High School Student Christian Movement; as an Executive Member of the Grand Bahama Christian Council; as a National Evangelist for the United Zion Baptist Convention and as Vice President of the Pentecostal Charismatic Ministerial Fellowship.