Praise and Worship

The Church meets for Worship every Sunday morning at 9:00 a. m. for Sunday School and at 10:00 a. m. for Morning Worship Sessions. Sunday evenings take many forms where we sometimes reach out to our community through visitation, prayer walks, prison ministry and cottage ministry. There are times when we return to church for Special Worship Sessions at 6:00 p. m.  

Bible Studies

We have Bible Study Sessions on Thursdays at 7:15 p. m.  Our Pastor Rev Ron Daniel takes the lead on these sessions.  Some are attached for your viewing.  However, every year we have our March Missions Series where families present Bible Studies based on topics and passages given by our Pastor.  They are some of the most intriguing sessions in the church as the Bible comes alive through song, drama and the like.


There are four main departments of the church.  The Women Group is led by Sister Esther Thompson, and they meet every other month on the third Tuesday.  The Men Group is led by Brother Clavin Fahie and meets every other month on Mondays at 7:00 p. m. The Youth Department is led by Sister Serena Browne and meets weekly on Fridays at 7:15 p. m.  The Children Department is led by Sister Marilyn Clarke and meets at various intervals and is also responsible for Children Church.  



REACH is the socioreligious arm of the church and is an acronym for Reclaiming, Evangelizing, Advancing, Coaching and Helping. As the name suggests, it is used to reach everyone for Jesus by showing the love of God is a tangible and transformational way.  All the members of the church are involved in the REACH Program, and it is steered by a committee led by the Pastor, Rev. Ron Daniel. Through the REACH program, there have been a number of notable accomplishments. These include, but not limited to.

1. Providing daily hot meals for five students of the Ivor Walter Primary School for a term.

2. Providing free classes in Principles of Business, English, Agriculture Science and Principles of Accounts for more than 45 people to enable them to write O’level exams at CXC.  

3. Providing over 100 Back to School Packages to students in primary and secondary school level.

4. Providing sponsorship for the Brown Hill Cricket and Football Teams to assist them in their sporting activities.

5. Providing Sponsorship to the Brown Hill Management Committee to allow them to continue the meaningful work they are doing in the community.

6. Performing Devotions at the Ivor Walters Primary School as well as the Nevis International Secondary School every week on Mondays and Fridays respectively.

7. Recognizing our Unsung Heroes from the Nevis Solid Waste Management Agency who continue to keep our country clean.

8. Visiting the Prison in Nevis once monthly to minister to our men there.

9. Visiting the sick and shut regularly.

10. Using Sports like Basketball to reach out to members of our community with the word of Jesus Christ.

11. Having an annual Outdoor Decision Sunday on the Hard Court.

12. Providing practical assistance to those in need.

13. Recognizing all of our seniors as part of the Month of the Elderly.

14. Providing Services to allow for members of the Community to dispose of their white waste.