Biography of Marcia Hill

Marcia Hill grew up serving in various ministries of the St. George’s Anglican Church from a very tender age. She served on the worship team, flowers and ordinance, fellowship, and hospitality. Ministering to the sick and shut-ins as well as helping with the upkeep of the grounds were routine weekly activities for her at that time.

She was President of the St. George’s Anglican Youth Group by the age of sixteen and representative for St. George’s on the National Anglican Youth Group. Her presidential role allowed her to do some trend-setting within the Anglican Church….

  • Electric guitars were introduced to the church as a part of worship
  • The youth took charge of various aspects of the service on youth Sunday
  • The chorus..Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me was introduced during the greeting period.

These changes received vehement protests from the membership of the Church at that time, however they have all remained as a part of the routine of the church service today. Marcia took issue with the doctrine of the Anglican Church as they embraced same sex marriages. She gave her life to Christ and was baptized at the St. George’s Baptist Church on January 20, 2008. Since then she has been serving the Lord through the Ushering Ministry.

Marcia was very keen on netball and learnt to play at the age of thirteen. By the age of fifteen she played as Goal Shooter for St. Joseph’s Convent; a position she seemed to have a natural knack for playing and which she pursued for the rest of her netball career, a period of 10 years. She later played for Presentation Brothers College, Huggins Whirlpool, and the Grenada National Team.

Marcia was undecided of her career preference whether nursing or accounting and eventually, she pursued both. She is a Registered Nurse qualified to practice in Grenada, Jamaica and New York. She has 16 years nursing experience in many areas including Adult Casualty, Trauma, Post Anesthesia Care, and Intensive Care Unit.

She pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and worked in the private sector as an Accountant and Financial Controller for eight years. In the aftermath of Hurricane Ivan, economic changes made her switch careers to the field of Administration where she has been working for the past five years. She currently works as an Executive Assistant for one of the leading companies.

Marcia Mitchell married Bertie Hill several years ago. They live in Grand Anse with their two children Amandla and Titobi. Together, they are working on serving the Lord and seeing how best they can contribute to building His Kingdom. Marcia has taken this challenge in a new direction by embracing the mantle of leading the Internet Ministry since December 2011.

The Internet Ministry at St. George’s Baptist Church

The Internet Ministry at St. George’s Baptist Church which can be viewed as the cyber church, captures the vision of many for the future, “where there is no vision the people perish.”  It is responsible for the following:

  1. Announcements and calendar of events
  2. Maintaining on-line audio (the Internet radio)
  3. Streaming audio of the various services of the church
  4. Documenting the history of St. George’s Baptist Church as it unfolds
  5. Evangelising via the world wide web
  6. Preparing a program of spiritual enrichment
  7. Maintaining and updating social networks e.g. Facebook, etc.

The Internet is changing daily in scope and purpose however the Internet Ministry will ensure that the goals of the Ministry are in keeping with the purpose, mission and vision of the Church:

  1. The web site will be used to introduce St. George’s Baptist Church to the rest of the world, including our own community.
  2. The web site will be used as part of a list of Internet resources for church members, and visitors.
  3. The web site will publish Church/Ministry presentations, and also share materials with other churches.
  4. The web site will be used to store data collected about the Church’s curriculum.

“What is the purpose or mission of the web site?” The Church desires to grow and develop people, therefore evangelism and sharing information are the main purposes of the Internet web site.

“How will the Internet Ministry function?” The Internet Ministry will consists of  two or more persons including a web design programmer who have a clear vision of the Internet Ministry.   The web site will be updated as required and human resources allow but at least weekly.   Most volunteers will be required to put in at least six hours a week.


The Internet Ministry has several items carded for inclusion as the Ministry develops.  We are committed to serve you with excellence.  Please feel free to send us your feedback at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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