Communicants Association

In her concern for the hungry and the poor, the “Communicant’s Association” was founded on the 29th October 1856. This Association, besides “exciting one another to the duties of religion”, runs what is commonly called the “soup kitchen,” giving to at least 25 poor persons, irrespective of religion, a dish of hot food everyday. The “soup kitchen”, which is now run from the Church of the Ascension at Sion Hill, is one of the oldest social outreach programmes in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, if not the oldest. The Communicants Association holds meetings on the first Monday in every month, beginning at 4:00 p.m. at the Cathedral. If the first Monday is a holiday, the meeting is held on the second Monday of the month.

Mothers’ Union

The Mothers’ Union is an international charity of the Anglican Church that seeks to support families worldwide. The organization was founded in 1876 by Mary Sumner. Worldwide, its members are not all mothers or even all women, as there are many parents, men, widows, singles and grandparents involved in its work. However, in the Diocese of the Windward Islands, all the members of the Mothers’ Union are women. Its main aim is to support marriage and family life, especially through times of adversity.

The vision of the Mothers Union is of a world where God's love is shown through loving, respectful, and flourishing relationships. The organization has as its aim and purpose to demonstrate the Christian faith in action by the transformation of communities worldwide through the nurture of the family in its many forms.

The Mothers Union meets at the Cathedral on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month beginning at 4:00 p.m.

Men’s Fellowship

Anglican Church Women’s Association

The Anglican Church Women’s Association (ACWA) was formed in 2007 and seeks to provide Anglican women with an "opportunity to discover and live the meaning of their baptism in Christ." Women 25 years and older can join ACWA, which is made up of Worship, Fellowship, Social Outreach and Fundraising Committees. The group meets the second Thursday of every month at the Cathedral.

Anglican Youth Movement (AYM)

The Anglican Youth Movement (AYM), sometimes called the Anglican Young People’s Association (AYPA) is a Christian young people’s organization which was founded in 1902 in Canada by Reverend Canon Brown, Rector of St. James Church, Ontario.

The group has as its motto, "For Christ and the Church" and operates on four principles: Work, Fellowship, Edification, Worship.

The group’s activities include debates, Spelling Bees, cultural evenings, Bible study/quiz, motivational talks, health talks, etiquette classes, socials, etc.. Each year, the AYM runs a Summer Programme for children.

The group meets the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Saturday of every month at 3:30 p.m. at the Cathedral.


Health Guild


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