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Timeline, SDA Church in Trinidad

March 20, 2009

Adventist History Library (AHL) is currently developing a comprehensive timeline for the Adventist work in Trinidad. It can be found *HERE* at Covenant Forum’s AHL section.

2009, Trinidad and Tobago Adventists

March 18, 2009

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Trinidad and Tobago

Caribbean Union Conference

Both Church entities covering Trinidad and Tobago are part of the Caribbean Union Conference. The Union Conference is responsible for these institutions:

  • University of the Southern Caribbean (formerly Caribbean Union College). P.O. Box 175; Port of Spain, Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Community Hospital of Seventh-day Adventists. P.O. Box 767; Port of Spain, Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Siparia Healthcare Clinic and Diagnostic Center. Corner Grell and High Street; Siparia, Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Tobago Healthcare Clinic and Diagnostic Center. 34 Carrington Street; Triangle Building; Scarborough, Tobago; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Radio Bible School. P.O. Box 66; Port of Spain, Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Centre for Health Promotion and Wellness. P.O. Box 767; Port of Spain, Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Trinidad, The South Caribbean Conference

  • Churches, 116; membership, 53,666; population, 1,281,804
  • Education

  • Bates Memorial High School. Adventist Street; Sangre Grande, Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Caribbean Union College Secondary School. Maracas Royal Road; St. Joseph, Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Southern Academy. Palmiste Branch Road; Duncan Village; La Romaine, Trinidad; Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Website for the South Caribbean Conference
    http://www.southcaribadventists.org/

    The Tobago Mission

  • Churches, 30; membership, 7,751; population, 56,196
  • Website for the Tobago Mission
    http://www.tobagoadventists.org/

    Education:

    “The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Tobago operates five schools, four primary and one secondary. There is also an evening school programme that caters to individuals who cannot be absorbed into the regular school system for various reasons.

    “More than one hundred persons have been able to access free tertiary level education at the University of the Southern Caribbean Extension Campus, at Harmon.

    “The church believes that education is the harmonious development of the physical, mental and spiritual powers, hence the reason for our great emphasis on education.

    “The Harmon School of Adventists located at Rockly Vale, Scarborough in Tobago is the secondary school run by the Tobago Mission.

    “Our Primary schools are Charlotteville Seventh-day Adventists Primary School, John Roberts Memorial Primary School , North Regional Sevnth-day Adventists Primary and Scarborough Seventh-day Adventists Primary”