Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago

“We are called as a Church to worship God, to study and listen to His Word, to respond to the power of the Holy Spirit, to proclaim Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord and in obedience and faithfulness to Him, to serve all people everywhere to the glory of God.”

Emerging from a Canadian Mission to East Indian laborers, toiling in the sugar cane fields of Trinidad, comes a Church community that is still standing, growing and transforming, in the twin-island state of Trinidad and Tobago. The PCTT now has 3 Presbyteries, 24 Pastoral Regions and 107 congregations, led by 24 of Ministers and 6 Deaconesses. There are 72 primary schools, many of which are prestigious, and our 5 Secondary Schools are the top-performing schools in the country. St. Andrew’s Theological College was initiated to train and develop our leaders, Ministers, Deaconesses, Lay Pastors, Presiding Elders and lay persons for the past 120 years.
There is a plethora of Boards and Committees who are responsible for the enrichment of the Church community and outreach to the wider community. Each year there are Conferences, Conventions, Rallies, Camps and sporting events that cater to the interests and encourage fellowship among our women, men, youth and children. We especially look forward to our National Convention, for the entire Church that is held bi-annually.

Our Church is one that upholds family worship, encourages inclusion and involvement of all members – youth and elder- and promotes social change, through the improvement of the lives of the underprivileged in our communities.