The Grenada Foursquare Church
The Grenada Foursquare Church is a Pentecostal Movement, daughter of The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, headquartered in Los Angeles, California. The Foursquare Movement is non-denominational and has been in existence for more than seven decades. The ministries span the globe to bring the love of Jesus to the needy, with churches in more than 145 nations in the world. This includes more than 1,800 in the United States alone. You can visit our website at www.foursquare.org for more information.
In August of 2005 Conference Foursquare Church opened its doors to the community and invited believers and non-believers alike to be a part of its vibrant community of people who love each other and also love serving our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. This was made possible through a grant received from the Foursquare Foundation. Since then the church continues to grow in spirit, numbers, and maturity. We are located in a rural part of the island of Grenada. As a result, the community is a “transient” one as people constantly move to the main city, St. George’s, to take advantage of work or higher education opportunities. Our children and youths are eager to serve each other and to become witnesses of the Good News. Each year our youths host an Annual Vacation Bible School (VBS) where they serve as many as fifty children. This event continues to be a great witnessing tool and many are won to the Kingdom each year.
We are oftentimes asked: “What is Foursquare?” It has become an open door to express the love of Jesus Christ as we serve. "Foursquare" is a Biblical term used of the tabernacle in the Book of Exodus, of the Temple of the Lord in Ezekiel 40:47, and of Heaven, as described in the book of the Revelation. The term "Foursquare Gospel" was given in the inspiration of revival to the denomination's founder, Aimee Semple McPherson, during an evangelistic campaign inOakland,Calif., in 1922. It represents that which is equally balanced on all sides, established and enduring. Such confidence in the power of the Gospel is also expressed by the verse, Hebrews 13:8, displayed in Foursquare churches proclaiming, "Jesus Christ the Same, Yesterday and Today and Forever."