Services & Program

by Nigel Archer

Join us on Sabbath mornings @ 9:15 a.m for our Sabbath School and lesson Study sessions. Our preaching service each Sabbath is from 10:50 a.m – 12:30 p.m Our Sunday Night Evangelistic Service Begins @ 7 p.m Church Board is held on the 2nd Sunday of each month On the last Sunday evening in each […]

Checker Hall S.D.A. Church celebrates 90 Years of Existence

by Johann Greaves

  On July 2, 2017, the Checker Hall Seventh-Day Adventist Church will celebrate 90 years of existence. The celebration activities will commence with a Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, July 2, 2017 at the Church. The Pastor and members of the 90th anniversary Committee extend an invitation to Church Members (past and present), Friends and Well-wishers to […]

Prayer Service for Eleven Plus Exam Students

by Johann Greaves

On Thursday April 27th, the Checker Hall Seventh-day Adventist Church, in collaboration with the Barbados Light and Power Company Limited, hosted its annual Prayer Service for students taking the Barbados Secondary School Entrance Examination (BSSEE). The Service this year was organized by Mrs. Yvonne Greaves – Education Secretary, Checker SDA Church, and attended by Students […]

East Carib concludes Camp Meeting 2017

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The East Caribbean Conference (ECC) concluded its Camp Meeting 2017 series with a special dedication program on April 15th, 2017. The ECC consists of the islands of Barbados and Dominica. During the month of February 2017, Ps. Toney Mapp, President of the Tobago Mission was the featured speaker for Camp Meeting – Dominica. Pastor Mapp […]

Caribbean Union holds ministerial advisory under the theme “Transform to serve…”

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“Transformed to Serve – Effectively Leading,” was the theme which united ministerial directors from conferences around the Caribbean Union (CARU), at a resource-rich Ministerial Advisory on St. Maarten, from April 16 to 19, 2017. Teeming with spiritual insight for proactively positioning ministry, this advisory, which is hosted once every five years, highlighted key objectives for […]

In Haiti, ADRA delivers aid to hundreds still affected by Hurricane Matthew

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Tens of thousands in Roche-à-Bateau are seeking to restore their homes and livelihoods that were destroyed during the Category 5 story. The Adventist Development and Relief in Haiti recently distributed water purification units and food kits to displaced families still affected by Hurricane Matthew, which hit the island-nation last October. Hurricane Matthew moved into Haiti’s […]

Jesus vs. the Bible: Looking for God outside Scripture

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A page torn from an inspirational daily calendar of Bible verses is making rounds these days on social media. It features a pretty purple flower and a quote from Luke 4:7: “If thou therefore wilt worship me, all shall be thine.” It’s meant to inspire—until you realize who said it: Satan. Now whether this was […]

Cohabitation Is Now ‘The New Norm’

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A recent Barna study found that shifting gender roles and expectations, the delay of marriage, and a secularizing culture are leading more American adults to believe that moving in together before tying the knot is a good idea. Cohabitation is now ‘the new norm’. This is a trend that has been growing steadily over time. […]