Bahamas Church Directory
Church of St. Christopher
The Martyr Anglican Church
Archdeacon Keith N. Cartwright (Parish Priest)
Lyford Cay West
242-362-2057 Christ Church Cathedral
Rev. Patrick Adderley
(Dean & Rector)
Rev. Father Colin Humes
King & George Street
Mt. Horeb Baptist Cathedral Rev. Dr. Lloyd C. Smith (Pastor) Sandyport 242-327-1903
St. Francis Xavier Cathedral (Roman Catholic)
East Shirley Street
Jehovah’s Witness Assembly Hall
Edmond Street off Dolphin Drive
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Lutheran Church of Nassau
Rev. Sam Boodle (Pastor)
#119 J F K Drive
St. Andrew’s Kirk Presbyterian
Seventh Day Adventist:
Rev. Leroy Sewell (Pastor)
Non-Denominational & Other Churches:
Bahamas Faith Ministries (BFM) (Non-Denominational)
Dr. Myles Munroe (Senior Pastor)
Diplomat Center, Carmichael Road
Blake Road & J F K Drive
242-327-1660 Centerville 5 Terrace
Rev. Paul Scavella (Pastor)
Rev. Keith Albury (Pastor)
West Hill Street
Jamaat Ul Islam:
Things to Do and See in The Bahamas
When you choose the Bahamas Medical Center, you’ll have access to the incredible islands of The Bahamas and all they offer. Recreational activities include kayaking, scuba diving, and swimming with the dolphins to horseback riding, tennis, and golfing at the challenging Cable Beach Golf Club.
Attractions are plentiful and include the Ardastra Gardens & Zoo, Pirate Ship of Nassau Museum, Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts, and National Art Gallery. If your schedule your visit during one of our celebrations, you might be able to catch annual events such as the Junkanoo Parade, Fox Hill Day Celebration, and Great Seafood and Heritage Festival.
Points of Interest:
- The Caves: Located on the western side of the island, The Caves were home to the Lucayans, the original inhabitants of the Bahamas.
- Christ Church Cathedral: Combining Gothic architecture and local materials, it dates back to 1841.
- Fort Charlotte: Built in the late 18th century to guard the entrance to Nassau Harbour.
- Fort Fincastle: Built in 1793, the top of the fort is the Water Tower and Light House.
- Government House: The official residence of the Bahamas Governor General.
- Parliament Square: The site of the chambers of Parliament and the Queen Victoria Statue.
- Queen’s Staircase: Built by slaves, the 65 steps are carved into a solid limestone hill.
Arts & Culture
- Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts: Features plays and performances from local and international artists.
- The Pompey Museum of Slavery & Emancipation
- National Art Gallery of the Bahamas: Home to everything from paintings, sculpture, and textiles to ceramics, photography, and mixed media works.
- Pirates of Nassau Museum: The highlight of this museum is The Revenge, a re-created pirate ship from the early 1700s that carried bloodthirsty pirates who made a mockery of merchant shipping.
- Ardastra Gardens & Zoo: A fascinating panorama of wildlife, with 5.5 acres that’s now home to 300 birds, animals and reptiles.
Sports & Entertainment:
- Golfing: Cable Beach Golf Club
- Boating: Charters available
- Excursion Boats
- Check out Robinson Crusoe Shipwreck Cruises or Powerboat Adventures
- Fishing: Charters available
- Horseback Riding
- Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides: Available in downtown Nassau, behind the Straw Market
- Sea Kayaking
- Scuba Diving: Available for the novice to the experienced diver
- Swim with the Dolphins: Sea lion encounters also available
- Tennis: The National Tennis Center is a full-service facility
- Tours: Birding, Biking and Nature: Experience our beautiful landscape and wildlife
- The Retreat: Pick up souvenirs, inexpensive T-shirts, and local crafts.
- Straw Market: Harbour Island’s famous market specializing in Bahamian crafts, straw work, jewelry, t-shirts, sea shells and much more.
Top Ten Reasons to Get Better in Bahamas
There’s something special about healthcare in The Bahamas. You’ll feel it the moment you get off the plane.