This book examines the evangelical Christian worship focusing primarily in the island-state of Grenada. The study is based upon the author's detailed study of Pentecostal communities in that island-state as well as her own background in Barbados. The study traces the development of Pentecostal religious communities from Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Wesleyan Methodist movement.
Paula L. Aymer is Associate
Professor of Sociology at Tufts University, USA. Her research focuses on
Caribbean labor migration patterns and Caribbean family arrangements, which are topics covered in her book Uprooted Women
Migrant Domestics in the Caribbean (1997) and more recent journal articles.
1 Christianizing the West Indies/Caribbean -A Socio-Historical Overview
2 Who is Worthy to Serve? The Call to Evangelical Ministry
3 Return of the Evangelicals: Pentecostal Revival Meetings
4 The Caribbean Religious Environment: The Twentieth Century
5 Baptism, Gender and Family Redefined in Caribbean Pentecostalism
6 The Evangelical Gospel: Its Socio-Religious Influences in the Caribbean