Story and photos by David Pappanah

Located on the Corentyne coast, 25 minutes away from New Amsterdam and bordered by Rose Hall Town and Hampshire, is the friendly, peaceful village of Williamsburg.

This village used to be a part of the Albion sugar plantation, but in 1987 it became a part of Rose Hall Town. It is home to approximately 17,000 persons of both Indian and African ethnic backgrounds.

This multiethnic area has at least six Christian churches. The Lutheran church has been in the community for  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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