The first of the Nazarene denomination churches in Jamaica was started in 1966 with 44 charter members, and was known as the Cross Roads Church of the Nazarene. Sir Clifford Campbell, Jamaica's first native Governor General, and his wife were present at the first service. The building was completed in 1970; its beauty is a beacon to many. The church boasts a prayer room and library. The front facade is covered with masterfully cut and laid sea stones of varying colours. The doors of the church are open to all.