Women Across ATCU Dressed to Go For Mission in 2023

Women throughout the ages have always played a significant role in the work of God, assisting in meeting the emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of persons seeking the Saviour.  In 2023, Women’s Ministries directors, local church leaders, and ladies across the Atlantic Caribbean Union (ATCU) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church will be on a mission to make a difference and experience new growth in Christ in their personal lives as they engage in the “Rescuing Your Mission” initiative.

In elaborating about the goals of the program, Arleen Sands, ATCU Women’s Ministries director, notes, “This initiative highlights the role of women in mission as a Christian, a woman, a mother, a wife, and within our communities, while focusing on the physical and emotional health of women and other individuals that play a primary role in each of our lives aswomen.”

Monthly, women-in-mission will be highlighted as they make a difference in the lives of women in our churches and communities in various ways.  Ladies interested in engaging in and learning more about this life-impacting initiative can contact the Women’s Ministries director of their respective conferences.

With a membership of 28,182, ATCU, which is headquartered in Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas, comprises four fields, namely, the Cayman Islands Conference, the North Bahamas Conference, the South Bahamas Conference, and the Turks and Caicos Islands Conference.  In addition, Northern Caribbean University, which is in Mandeville, Jamaica, is jointly owned and operated by ATCU and the Jamaica Union.