West Indian United Spiritual Baptist Sacred Order
The West Indian United Spiritual Baptist Sacred Order
Inc. is the first Diocese to have been established within the Spiritual
Baptist Faith. It is the largest of such Dioceses in Trinidad and Tobago
with member Churches in Grenada, St. Vincent, Venezuela and the U.S.A.
“Press to reach forth for the prize of the High Calling in Jesus Christ” [Phil.3:14]
be a model and leading organization providing Spiritual teaching and
elevations and meeting the needs of its members to attain life eternal.
To be a Dynamic Organization with Global Reach providing Superior Quality Service,
ensuring excellent performance in the execution of the Holy Sacraments,
while demonstrating Pastoral care and concern for the members,
the Community and the World.
AIMS, OBJECTIVES AND GOALS OF THE DIOCESE
To organize and carry on in a legal and religious
manner, the doctrines, religious teachings and beliefs of the Spiritual
To foster, teach and carry out all the true
doctrines, faith or religious principles of the Spiritual Baptist Faith.
To organize and to accept individuals of both sexes
into the Fraternal Brotherhood of the Order on voluntary request.
To administer by Prayer, Fasting, Baptism and Holy
Communion to the spiritual needs of members of the West Indian United
Spiritual Baptist Sacred Order.
To officiate or administer to the needs or requests
of members in Holy Matrimony, Burial of members, and also the performing of
Dedication ceremonies of infants of members of the Order.
To raise funds for the upkeep and maintenance of the
Order and its benefits.
To provide and grant medical, burial or other
financial aid or relief to sick or distressed members of the Order as may be
To organize and establish where necessary and
possible District Churches, Schools, Evangelistic Groups, or Sections of the
Order for the furtherance of the religious, cultural, educational and
social development of the members of the Order.
To develop, examine, initiate and certify ministers
and other officers into the duties and other administrational principles of
To develop and further the spiritual and educational
knowledge of the members of the Order.
To foster the general upliftment of the Spiritual