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​Vasco Timotheus Boyce was a Barbadian conference and union administrator.

Clarence Boyd was a pioneering educator and administrator, serving for more than 40 years within the United States of America and in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Lionel Brathwaite was a pioneering Trinbagonian educator, literature and public evangelist, pastor, church administrator, and church and school builder in the eastern Caribbean for 44 years.

​Jan Brinkman was a Dutch evangelist, pastor, and church administrator who served for over thirty years in Holland, as well in the two Dutch-speaking regions of the Inter-American Division: Suriname and the Dutch Antilles. He was president of both the Suriname Mission and the Netherlands Antilles Mission.

​Lambert Wellington Browne was a pioneer missionary to Sierra Leone.

​Gilberto Bustamante Zárate was among the pioneers of the Adventist work in Colombia.

Glenn Alwin Calkins was born May 5, 1887. As the third president of the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists, Calkins served in the position for two distinct terms: 1941-1947 and 1951-1954. Prior to coming to this region, he held various administrative leadership positions within the North American Division. Elder Calkins accepted the Adventist faith in 1919, gave up his business, and soon thereafter enrolled at Pacific Union College.

Camp Maranatha is the property of Upper Magdalena Conference in Municipio Cachipay, Cundinamarca, which is 70 kilometers from Bogotá. It hosts many events that the Church in Colombia organizes.

Campeche Mission’s territory covers the State of Campeche with a population of 899,931 in 11 municipalities. It is part of Southeast Mexican Union Mission, which includes in its territory the states of Yucatan, Quintana Roo, and Tabasco. I

​Caracas Adventist Clinic Center is an institution with a long tradition linked to the beginnings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Venezuela. It is an iconic entity located in the historic center of the city’s well-known Quinta Crespo sector. In that location there are a few state institutions, including the legislative branch. It is located in Calle Sur 4, Dolores a Puente Soublette, Adventist Dispensary building, Quinta Crespo. The three-story building was built in 1980. Its original name was Caracas Adventist Dispensary until December 2011, when it was given the present name. Medical and health services have been the fundamental foundation for evangelizing the country; services are offered with a message of hope. Caracas Adventist Clinic Center has been an inspiration for the creation of other institutions, such as Venezuela Adventist Hospital in Barquisimeto and Adventist Clinic in Maturín. The Concordia Adventist Church is now located at this location.

​Caribbean Colombian Conference is part of North Colombian Union Conference in the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

Caribbean Costa Rica Mission is located in the province of Limón and includes the territory of Limón, the canton of Turrialba in the province of Cartago, and the canton of Sarapiquí in the province of Heredia. The mission is located at the east end of the country.

​Caribbean Union is a church administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

​José Castrejón González was a pastor, administrator, evangelist, pioneer, and leader of the Adventist Church in Mexico.

​Cave Memorial Clinic and Nursing Home in Barbados is named after Dr. Charles Jerome Bright Cave (1879-1939), a pioneering Barbadian physician.

Charles Cave was a Barbadian physician, sanitarium director, health reformer, nursing school director and instructor, church leader, and philanthropist.

​Mabel Louise Skerritt Cave was an Antiguan Battle Creek Sanitarium school-trained registered nurse and administrator who worked in Barbados from early 1908 until her death in 1970.

​The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Cayman Islands is governed by the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. As of June 30, 2018, there were 6,108 baptized Seventh-day Adventist members in the total population of 62,000, and 16 organized churches.

​Cayman Islands Conference is one of four territories of the Atlantic Caribbean Union Mission. The conference spans 100 square miles across three islands: Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman. Grand Cayman is the largest and most developed of the three. The conference currently has 16 churches, two companies, and a pre-K to grade-12 school with an enrollment of 312. The conference membership stands at 6,414.

The first attempt to preach the gospel in Bogotá occurred at the end of the 1890s, when the self-supporting missionary, Frank C. Kelly, arrived in Colombia. He traveled to Bogotá intending to establish Adventism and worked as a photographer and English teacher. He had to return to his country because his wife fell ill, and there was no one to continue the work he had begun.