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Posted: Wednesday 27 November, 2019 at 4:13 PM

Press Release from the Wesleyan Holiness Church

Cardin Home Rev. Watts hands over to representative
By: Wesleyan Holiness Church, Press Release

    November 27th, 2019 -- The Wesleyan Holiness Church St. Kitts District that comprises of St. Kitts, Nevis and Saba is a church that is on the move in doing things the way that Jesus instructed and commanded. In an effort to continually fulfill the great commission, the church has embarked on a social outreach program “Wesleyan Care.” Wesleyan Care is an initiative that activates the social arm of the gospel. To know Christ is to love and to care.


    The Wesleyan Church is fully aware that love is an action word and through this initiative they are anticipating that the love of Christ and the love of the church will be felt on their district in a tangible way. In the past, the church has contributed to hurricane relief funds across the Caribbean, given towards orphans, assisted with Back to School supplies, supported community projects and initiatives, assisted in medical funds for persons in need of specialized overseas care and much more. However, the church has made a decision to formalize its social contributions under one umbrella “Wesleyan Care”


    Through this program, the church will continue its efforts to support those in need and the less fortunate. As a church we are cognizant of Matthew 25:45 which reminds us that “inasmuch as we have done it unto one of the least of these, ye did it unto me.” Its inaugural exercise under this new program was done during the month of October 2019. Four institutions benefitted from Wesleyan Care during the month of October. A Care package of bed sheets was prepared for the Flamboyant home in Nevis. In St. Kitts: the Cardin Home; the St. Christopher Children’s home; and Ade’s Place all received monetary donations. Staff members who received the tokens on behalf of these institutions all expressed appreciation for the effort of the church and look forward to a continued relationship with the Church.
    Rev. Spencer Watts District Superintendent of the Wesleyan Church St. Kitts District said “the primary responsibility of the church is to know Christ and to make him known. This program Wesleyan Care is another opportunity for us to make him known to the people on our District. It is our hope that through this initiative the light and love of Christ will be shared with the people of St. Kitts Nevis and Saba.”
    The hope of the church is that this program will be an alternative approach in reaching the world for Christ. To support this initiative, kindly contact The Wesleyan Holiness Church at 465-2203 or email us at You can also follow us on Facebook at “The Wesleyan Holiness Church – St. Kitts District.”

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