“Thank You, Jesus!”
18th May 2024
4pm, 7 Mile Public Beach to Fort Street, George Town
(On foot, bicycles and motorcycles, and by motorcade)
Praise and worship concert 6:30pm – 9pm
Albert Panton Drive, George Town
Don’t have your own transport to get there?
See “Motorcade/Transportation” page for information on transportation from outer districts!icts!
” What is the March For Jesus Parade?
“March for Jesus” is an annual procession of praise through the streets of Grand Cayman, celebrating the Lordship of Jesus Christ and culminating in a grand worship event in which Christians publicly proclaim the Glory, the Majesty and the Supremacy of Jesus Christ, the Saviour. The first March For Jesus, themed “Jesus Reigns”, was held on 27th May 2023.  The 2024 March For Jesus Parade themed “Thank You, Jesus!” will be held on 18th MAY 2024.

….A Protest Protests are necessary since our message of truth often confronts the world’s values. But the specific purpose of this occasion is to positively declare who we are for, not what we are against.

….Issues-Oriented No matter how passionately we feel about an issue, Jesus remains center stage during the March. We exclude causes we disagree with as well as the ones we believe in.

….Personality-OrientedThere are many men and women who are worthy of our respect, but on this day all recognition, honor and thanks go to Jesus. He is the Name above all names!

“Marching and public proclamation are not new expressions for the Church. Joshua led the Israelites as they marched around Jericho.  As they shouted, the walls of the city crumbled and God’s people won a great victory. During the Triumphant Procession on Palm Sunday, a large multitude gathered to sing, shout and offer their praise to Jesus as He rode past on a donkey.

In more recent history, marching and proclamation were a part of the beginnings of the Salvation Army and the Methodists. In 1885, the Salvation Army marched to the Houses of Parliament with a petition of 343,000 signatures, demanding that the trade in child prostitution be stopped and the age of consent be raised from 13 to 16 years old. They succeeded, and lives were changed.”

Read more on the history of The March For Jesus at www.theMarchForJesus.Org

PraiseThe Lord Jesus deserves extravagant praise. He is worthy of not only our individual adoration, but also parades of praise, which will fill our streets

PrayerThe March concludes with a Praise and Prayer Rally, where believers join together to intercede for our nation and the cities and people of the world. 

ProclamationWe are the proclaimers of God’s truth. By our presence on the streets, we bless the nation with the good news that Jesus Christ has risen. 

UnityBelievers of all ages, races, denominations, and affiliations come together to lift up their highest common denominator: Jesus Christ. Each group brings its distinct personality to the March and there is room for everyone in the family of faith in this march. 

Denominational and Racial ReconciliationThe March gives us a chance to show undivided love as we leave secondary differences behind us and come together to worship Jesus Christ.  The March displays that we can live in peace with each other by the power of the Prince of Peace.

RepentanceThese public confessions break curses over our nation and release God’s blessings. We become obedient to 2 Chronicles 7:14.

HumilityJesus rode to town on Palm Sunday on a gentle donkey.  We can give him the same kind of vehicle by marching with humility. 

Preparation for EvangelismAs our collective gaze remains fixed on Jesus, God can trample Satan and his strongholds under our feet when we prepare to and evangelize.
Churches/faith-based organizations: register, order banners & order t-shirts by 18th April 2024
Contact information:
Phone: 929-6657
Participation in this event is at your own risk. We do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage that may occur to any participant or property in any way during the March For Jesus or the Praise and Worship event that follows.