A Tropical Gem

Nestled in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, Barbados is a tropical paradise known for its pristine beaches, vibrant culture, and rich history. This island nation, the easternmost in the Caribbean, captivates visitors with its warm hospitality and stunning landscapes.

Fun Facts:

  1. Land of Flying Fish: Barbados is renowned for its flying fish, a local delicacy. These agile fish glide over the water’s surface, and Barbadians celebrate them in their cuisine and even on their currency.
  2. UNESCO World Heritage Site: The capital city of Bridgetown and its historic Garrison is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcasing the island’s colonial past and architectural treasures.
  3. Cricket Craze: Cricket is more than a sport in Barbados; it’s a way of life. The island has produced cricket legends like Sir Garfield Sobers and continues to be a powerhouse in the cricketing world.

Barbados has a unique connection to Seventh-day Adventist history. The Seventh-day Adventist Church made its introduction to the island in the late 19th century. Through the efforts of dedicated missionaries, the Adventist message took root, and today, the church has a significant presence in the Barbadian community.

Adventist institutions in Barbados, such as schools and healthcare facilities, have played a crucial role in contributing to the well-being and education of the local population. The Seventh-day Adventist Church continues to be an integral part of the social fabric, emphasizing spiritual growth, community service, and a commitment to health and education.

As Barbados welcomes visitors with its warm sun, azure waters, and cultural richness, it also stands as a testament to the enduring influence of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in fostering both spiritual and tangible contributions to the vibrant tapestry of this Caribbean nation.

Churches & Schools

Our educational institutions provide a nurturing environment for academic growth, fostering a love for learning. Immerse yourself in the spirit of fellowship at our churches, where diverse congregations come together for worship and community outreach. Click here to delve into the vibrant life of our schools and churches, each playing a vital role in shaping the essence of our community.