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Pastor Happy Petit Martinique Church Building Project 2008 Carriacou Hurricane Shelter

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Pator Happy from the Carriacou Church Without Limits

Following the devastation that hurricane Ivan left in his path little Carriacou struggled in the early weeks of September last year to understand what had happened and how it might affect their island home. It was in this context that we met Pastor Happy and his wife Sister Denise.

Pastor Happy was pleased to be working in association with the United Caribbean Trust bringing relief supplies to his congregation.


Over the last few months this little church has become the UCT's Spiritual home when on island in Carriacou.United Caribbean extends gratitude to Pastor Happy, his wife and their team of helpful youngsters that visited Cassada Bay in the New Year to assist with cleaning and preparations prior to the arrival of the first team of YWAM ( Youth With A Mission) visitors to the United Caribbean Trust headquarters. Pator Happy from the Carriacou Church Without Limits

It was indeed a pleasure to see these young people working together, singing praises, a testimony that God's work involves cheerful service.

Seen here Pastor Happy in action at church prior to hurricane Emily. This church was totally distroyed in this hurricane.

Pator Happy from the Carriacou Church Without Limits


Land has been donated for the building of a new church.


This is a step out in faith, there is limited funding and the people of this dynamic little church are trusting God will provide....AND HE IS!



Your help is needed to assist Pastor Happy and his congregation as they start to build their new church.

URGENT help is needed in the form of donations and hands of help

Seen here a volunteer from Barbados.Click to learn more

United Caribbean Trust Barbados Bank Account:

First Caribbean International Bank Bds Ltd

Super Centre Complex


St. Michael


Account number 100043183

Click to see how it all began


Working Holiday

Working Holiday

Cassada Bay offer both individuals and groups the possibility of coming to Carriacou and staying in a 'working holiday village' FREE OF COST in exchange for 'work in the village', bringing Hands of Help into the community, the nursing homes, the church building project.

United Caribbean Trust Headquarters

Cassada Bay is a beautiful old, once- empty, hotel located on the island of Carriacou. Cassada Bay

Providing 6 beautifully sited multi- coloured chalet accommodation for relief workers, in a secure, protected, (little tattered) setting.


Gospel Tourism

 Gospel Tourism

United Caribbean Trust base headquarters could be used as ‘Christian Timeshare Holiday Resorts’ outside of the hurricane season (thus fund the trust) and accommodation for relief workers during the hurricane season if needed. If not needed they could be opened to local schools, youth groups and Caribbean churches from July to October.

Teen Challenge

Teen Challenge

Helping people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.

Christian outreach

Christian outreach

Pastor Happy from Africa leading the way in evangelism and youth outreach with the island of Carriacou. Click to view the church building project.

Baby Survival Kits
Baby Survival Kits

"The Baby Survival Kit" a Caribbean based non-profit organization utilising United Caribbean Trust as its Caribbean arm of distribution for hurricane victims in Grenada & Carriacou.

Grenada Soubise
East Coast Grenada

This little fishing village of Soubise is now a scene of utter devastation. Over a year following hurricane Ivan help is still needed. All donations can be sent via the United Caribbean Trust

Grenada La Mode
West Coast Grenada

La Mode the inhabitants of this area have been extremely kind and hospitable to the team sent in to document their plight.

St Georges churches
St Georges' churches

Damage assessment of the 3 of the major churches in St Georges. The Roman Catholic, the Anglican and the Presbyterian

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