Baptizing Individuals.

Building Ecclesias.

Spreading the Gospel in the Caribbean and Central & South America since 1969

Chile
Languages: Portuguese
Ecclesias: 8 members – 2 ecclesias
Contact: Robert Alderson
Jamaica
Languages: English
Ecclesias: Approx. 102 members – Broughton, Harvey River, Kingston, May Pen, Port Maria, Round Hill, Spanish Town
Contact: Nathan & Antonia Giordano
Barbados
Languages: English
Ecclesias: 30 members – Bank Hall, Barbados South
Contact: Ian & Judy Macfarlane
August 29, 2022
Domestic Missionaries for Refugee Families
By Bro. Eric Hawthorne
The ecclesia in Avon, Indiana heard a knock on the door…and they opened it. Like several ecclesias in North America, the Avon ecclesia has recently been blessed with an influx of Christadelphian refugee brothers and sisters. Seeking a better life for their families, these brothers and sisters petitioned the UNHCR (the United Nations Refugee Agency) and were approved for resettlement. God’s hand, it appears, has directed them to the door in Avon. This has come at a time when the ecclesia’s own membership has declined due to a natural cycle of young families transferring to other ecclesias as they follow job opportunities. As Job rightly said, “The LORD gave, and the LORD has taken away; blessed be the name of the LORD.” continue reading
August 2, 2022
Fraternal Weekend in Guatemala
By Bro. Jim Hunter
After two years of pandemic shutdown in Guatemala, during which time the ecclesia lost their hall, they were overjoyed to be able to get together for a long weekend with a group of brethren and sisters visiting from El Salvador and Honduras. continue reading
July 5, 2022
Guyana New Market St. Sunday School
By Bro. David Andrews, Guyana & Caribbean Fieldworker
During the month of March 2021, recently baptized Bro Trimal Accra raised with Bro David Andrews the possibility of commencing a Sunday-School at his home premises, New Market St. Georgetown, and asked for the blessing of the Georgetown Ecclesia. He explained that some parents who shared the residence had approached him on this matter with a view of occupying their children’s time during what was vacant Sunday afternoons. continue reading