Places of Worship
We'd love to have you worship with us. Our churches are located in five (5) jurisdictions.
The most northerly of the islands, stretches from Northeast to Southwest with its highest elevation being 213 feet above sea level. Thirty-five square miles, the island is fringed with more than thirty beaches. Anguilla has a population of about 16,752 and an Adventist presence of 1,097 members who worship in four congregations..Churches & ministers in Anguilla.
British Virgin Islands
This is a group of over 50 islands, three of which are populated, forming the north-western extremity of the Leeward Islands and are quite picturesque. With a population of about 34,232, there is an Adventist presence of 1,935 member who worship in 8 congregations.Churches & ministers in the B.V.I.
At thirty seven square miles, St. Maarten flies two flags, uses three currencies and is home to three languages. With a population of about 40,000, the Adventist membership of 2,887 worships in 7 congregations.Churches & ministers in St. Maarten.
St. Eustatius and Saba
“Statia” has a fire for different cultures and is home to several languages. With a population of 3,400, there is one Adventist church and a membership of 471. Saba, the smaller island, has a population of about 2,000 and Adventist presence of 21 members who worship in 1 congregation.Churches & ministers in St. Eustatius / Saba
United States Virgin Islands
Of this group of islands, four are populated. St. Croix, the largest island hosts the headquarters of the NCC, has a population of about 50,600 and a membership of 5,167 with 8 congregations. St. Thomas has a population of about 51,634 and a membership of 3,831 worshiping 6 congregations. St. John the smallest of the three major islands has a population of about 4,170 with one Adventist church and 117 members.Churches & ministers in the U.S.V.I
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