The work in Jamaica started in 1989 as an outreach of the Toronto Free Presbyterian Church of North America, and came under the FPCNA mission board in 2005.
Ted Lee, a member of the Toronto FPCNA, doing business in Jamaica, opened the door for the ministry by funding a radio broadcast on the government radio station (JBC) that covered the whole island.
This broadcast was coordinated by a native Jamaican woman, Barbara Nichols, who was a member of the Toronto Free Presbyterian Church, and was burdened to see children saved in the small southwest Jamaican village of Little London, where her family held property.
Mrs. Nichols held gospel meetings with boys and girls under a Guinep tree in the front yard of the property, which eventually became Let the Bible Speak Mission, named after the FPC of Northern Ireland’s (FPCU) worldwide radio ministry.
For many years the ministry was known as a children’s church, but through the influence of several missionaries and pastors who invested their time in the work, it was eventually established as the Free Presbyterian Church of Little London. The primary missionary was Rev. Paul Fitzsimons from the FPCU; he had the greatest influence and saw the most progress in the work during his term.
The work in Jamaica currently has no full time missionary, but two Jamaican men, Richard Craig and Randy Gunnings, oversee the work. These men grew up in the Sunday school and youth group of the church and now do most of the preaching and pastoral duties.
In 2010 the mission started: The Free Presbyterian Christian Bookstore. The store is in the process of being relocated from a side street in Little London, to the property of the mission which sits on the main road.
Sunday School 10:30 am
Morning Service 11:30 am
Evening Prayer meeting 6:30 pm
Evening Service 7:00 pm
Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
Ladies Prayer Fellowship/Outreach 7:00 pm. (First Thursday of each month.)
Children’s Meeting 6:30 pm
Youth Fellowship 7:30 pm
Let the Bible Speak Mission
PO Box 87
Country Code: 876