Traveling - I want to visit a ward for sacrament

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Traveling - I want to visit a ward for sacrament

Postby geraldmartindavenport » Tue Jun 25, 2019 8:57 pm

Greetings all. I have been looking all over trying to find a way to contact a ward. Yes I see it on the maps and there is a phone number, the problem is it is Saint Lucia and I am in northern California. We are heading there for my son's wedding, no they are not members ... YET ... working on it.

The phone call would be pricy. I am looking for an email to the ward to find out if there is a way to get a ride, as the transportation there is also pricy. wanted to see if there were any members in the area we would be staying.

All I have is a ph # available to me. is there an email address for the ward?

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Re: Traveling - I want to visit a ward for sacrament

Postby drepouille » Wed Jun 26, 2019 4:51 am

Ask your ward clerk to login to and find the email addresses for the leaders of the Castries Branch in Saint Lucia.
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Re: Traveling - I want to visit a ward for sacrament

Postby davesudweeks » Wed Jun 26, 2019 10:50 am

You should be able to get some of this information yourself using the Find A Meetinghouse link. I see 2 buildings in St Lucia:
The Castries Branch is an English-speaking branch with a meeting start time of 10:00 am. A number is listed after the branch president's name but it might be a number at the building.
The Vieux-Fort Branch branch is also English-speaking and their meetings also start at 10:00 am. No number is listed after the branch president's name.

Last year we traveled to our son's marriage in Australia and I looked up the local branch president's email using CDOL (I am ward clerk) so I could determine travel distances, public transportation options, and directions (we were staying over 30 miles away). We had a very pleasant email exchange and loved attending their branch on that Sunday.

Best of luck! Our son in Australia is also not a member of the church.

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