Some come from former British colonies (Jamaica, British Virgin Islands, and Bahamas) and have a particular creole that is a mix of African and English. Others are from former French colonies and have a creole that is partially based on the French language. Then there is the Hispanic, Asian, and the American English-speaking populations and on Sunday mornings you have an interesting mix of voices, conversations, and shout outs as sisters and brothers in Christ come together to celebrate the oneness in the body of Christ. Attendance at a worship service at Fulford today finds persons of all cultures, colors, ages, and genders sharing the love of God.
The congregation of Fulford United Methodist Church today is a vibrant, hopeful, and spirit-filled group of people who have come from many places and who welcome all persons into fellowship as we grow in the grace and love of Jesus Christ.