House of Worship
Uncommon Attraction: Nazareth Lutheran Church, St. John
In the middle of Cruz Bay, St. John, you'll find as charming a little chapel as exists anywhere in the Caribbean: Nazareth Lutheran Church.
Uncommon Attraction: Alto Vista Chapel, Aruba
The story of this quaint, cute, and colorfully cozy little church in Aruba makes me think of The Little Train That Could. It's called the Alto Vista Chapel, and despite the fact that it holds the distinction of being Aruba's very first church, by all rights, it probably shouldn't exist anymore.
Uncommon Attraction: Notre Dame de l’Assomption in Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe
Notre Dame de l'Assomption, also known more simply as Le Eglise de Terre-de-Haut, stands out among the various souvenir shops, eateries, and bars in the most commercial corner of Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe.
The Divine Deception of St. James Methodist Church on Elbow Cay, The Bahamas
The rather plain, stark-white facade of St. James Methodist Church in Hope Town, Elbow Cay belies a colorful past...
Uncommon Photo-Op: Cycling Serendipity in The Bahamas
As someone whose travel adventures are almost always rooted in random wanderings, serendipity often plays prominently in my subsequent stories and photos.
Uncommon Photo-Op: Saba’s Sublime Churches
One of the initial things that really struck me about Saba – the amazing array of churches – was not altogether unexpected.
The Jamaican Reason Why This Church in Costa Rica is So Small
About the only place in Costa Rica where Catholicism isn't king is the remote jungle town of Tortuguero. The reason why has a lot to do with Jamaica...
Uncommon Attraction: Eiffel Tower Echoes in Martinique’s Saint Louis Cathedral
The center of the Roman Catholic Church in Martinique for more than 350 years, Saint Louis Cathedral's ties to the Eiffel Tower run to its core.
Uncommon Attraction: Saint Bartholomew’s Church, St. Barts
Located in the heart of Gustavia, St. Bartholomew's reflects the classic charm of the Caribbean churches of yesteryear – doors always open, all always welcome.