The front of the building and main entrance:
The sanctuary viewed from the back. A few communion rails remain.
The altar survived the hurricane.
Efforts are underway to raise the funds for rebuilding. In the meantime, services are being held in the school.
The clock tower, viewed from the back garden of the church. The Westminster chimes still play on the hour.
The baptismal font.
When Phil and I attended church here in 2002, we were able to visit for a short time with the priest, who told us of the renovation project currently underway for both the building and the organ. It strikes me as one of those cosmically unfair events that the hurricane hit shortly after those repairs were completed. Yesterday when Evan, my four-year-old, was told that the church did not have a roof because a hurricane came and took it off he started to cry. Last night at bedtime he was still asking about the "broken" church. Grenada has come a long way since Ivan came wielding its fury, but there is still much to be done. Please keep this beautiful island nation in your prayers, that the work of rebuilding may continue and prosper.