The Caribbean Union consists of ten conferences/missions/regions. These are: the East Caribbean, Grenada, Guyana, North Caribbean, and South Caribbean Conferences; St. Lucia, Suriname, Tobago, South Leeward, St. Vincent and the Grenadines are our Missions fields.
The Caribbean Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is committed to the gospel of caring and sharing, preaching the everlasting gospel, promoting a philosophy of education that involves the harmonious development of the head, the heart, and the hand.
The Mission of the Adventist church in the Caribbean Union is to prepare the people of the region for the glorious second advent of Jesus through the proclamation of the everlasting gospel and to make loving, obedient disciples of Jesus Christ, who, having experienced His transforming grace, will go forth under the power of the Holy Spirit to share joyfully with others the good news of salvation.
Our vision sees a united, praying, consecrated force of ministers and laypersons, old and young, male and female, empowered by the Holy Spirit, armed with the Word of God and the cross of Christ, aggressively and efficiently fulfilling the gospel commission. (Matthew 28:19, 20; Revelation 14: 6-12)
The following are key statistics of the Caribbean Union.
There are five levels of governance. These are:
Each level is formed and elected democratically and manages the various institutions of the church within these five levels. The institutions cover a range of services such