Protestant Reformed Churches of Guadeloupe and Martinique

The Protestant Reformed Churches of Guadeloupe and Martinique are two, ecumenically minded, parishes serving local Protestants in the French West Indies. They also organize church-related activities (Sunday services, bible studies, Sunday school etc.). Both of the churches are heavily involved in social action and advocacy. In particular, they are engaged in prison ministry work and support local projects in the French West Indies as well as in Haiti. They also work closely with their sister church, the Protestant Church of French Guyana.

They are a community of Christians obedient to Protestant Reform, both multi-cultural and multi-ethnic in the Caribbean. Three parishes formed following the model of the Reformed Church of France, independent of each other, but in permanent link.

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