Long Island, Bahamas

The Spirit of Long Island

  • Historic Churches

    Of the many churches on Long Island a few are well known for their beautiful architecture and longevity. Father Jerome Hawes, a Roman Catholic missionary came to Long Island many years ago and built two churches which still stand today. St. Paul's and St. Peter's Cathedrals can both be found in Clarence Town overlooking the small town of about 300 people. Then of course there is St. Mary's Anglican Church, which was originally part of a Spanish settlement on Long Island believed to be the oldest surviving Spanish church in the Bahamas. Take a look at all the churches but the three descrived are really something.

Active and Local Churches

For a Small Island There Are a Lot of Churches.

Read below to discover the many churches on Long Island. Historically, Europeans had a strong influence on the natives of the Bahamas. Today many Christian denominations are found on the island. Read below to find out where to attend Sunday service.

  • Orthodoxy
  • Anglican
  • Baptist
  • Jehovah Witness
  • Roman Catholic
  • Pentecostal
  • Lutheran
  • Methodist