to Our Church

Thanks for visiting and welcome to the ministry of the Webster Memorial United Church, a member congregation of the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

As you interact with us online, through our worship services, and our ministries , we hope that you will meet the Most High God in personal and life changing ways.

We endeavour to present Him to the world through a ministry which focuses on: Sharing the Gospel, Strengthening family and relationships, Fostering spiritual development, Meeting real human needs & Worship that honours our God.

May you be blessed by our offerings to God, drawn closer to him and to us the Webster Family, and may He grant you peace, joy, hope and the abundant life, through Jesus Christ our Lord.

About Us

The first Pastor, the late Rev. J.A. T Beattie, led the first official congregation on May 5, 1941, at the home of Margaret Stuart at 51, Half Way Tree Road.

Margaret's home, then called "Iona House" was where the first Church services were held, until lack of space, called for re-location to open air worship under a large "Guango tree" or a "Lignum Vitae".

Striving to Help
You Connect With Jesus


Soul Food Bible Studies continue this Wednesday at 5.45 p.m.

A box is provided for Prayer Requests. If you desire someone to pray with you, leave number with your request. Please share answered prayers.

SWEET HOUR OF PRAYER - NEW TIME Can't go it alone and in need of prayer support? Desire to support others in prayer? Join us in the sanctuary every Wednesday 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. NEW BIBLE STUDY SERIES - THE DOCTRINES OF THE CHURCH Want to get a deeper understanding of what we believe? Starting this Wednesday join us in the sanctuary as Rev Thames takes us through an examination of "The Doctrines of the Church" This week we will examine "The Doctrine of Incarnation" Please note our new starting time of 6:30 Confirmation and Discipleship Classes Thursday, 5.30 pm. New Converts meeting Thursdays at 5:30 pm in the clinic. FWO ENVELOPES - Have you requested envelopes? Collect them in the foyer BOOKSTALL - A new book “Hope of Easter” is now available at the Bookstall.

Communication Corner
This Tuesdayat 7:50, Jean Shaw continues a conversation with Ms Joyce McKenzie, member at Webster for 57 years (Part 2). You can't afford to miss this 75th Anniversary feature. Catch it on TBC Radio 88.5 FM orwww.tbcradio.org

Order of Service

Webster's traditionally has themes for the year, the month and each Sunday's service.

Visit here each Thursday and download or view our Order of Service.

What We Do

Webster Memorial United Church, in obedience to God, will become a FAMILY CHURCH which grows through inspiring and challenging WORSHIP, welcoming and caring FELLOWSHIP, active EVANGELISM and deliberate DISCIPLESHIP, competent and sensitive LEADERSHIP and RELEVANT MINISTRY.