Methodist Church plans major revival

The Saint Lucia Circuit of the Methodist Church, is planning a major revival in the month of April 2017.

The Church has declared April as “HOMECOMING MONTH” when it hopes to celebrate its heritage and bring members back to the fold.

The Methodist Church has had a presence in Saint Lucia dating back to 1888.  However, the local congregation has always been a small one, although
the Church itself has been very influential in the country.

According to the Reverend Seth Ampadu, the Ghanaian Minister who is now Superintendent of the Saint Lucia Circuit, Homecoming Month will see the
Church reaching out to all members.  There will also be home visitations and evangelism, as the Church seeks to reclaim lost ground and extend its  borders.

During the month, the local Circuit Staff will be joined from two preachers from Barbados and Grenada.  The Bishop of the Church in the South Caribbean District, the Reverend Dr. Cuthbert  Edwards will also be in Saint Lucia for the activities.


  1. 666
    March 2, 2017 at 2:41 pm

    Religion is just another business, and should be taxed.

  2. Anonymous
    March 15, 2017 at 6:30 pm

    My hope is for more than revival. The prefix “re-” can be defined as “to go back”. The good Methodists of St.Lucia do not need to go back, to reminisce or try to re-create the past.

    Rather, my hope is that the very able and Godly man , Rev Seth Ampadu, will lead the good Methodists of the island to lean forward and embrace the Kingdom of God that is coming right at them.

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