Jesus Christ is the Chief Shepherd of our church and under his leadership the team of elders leads, feeds and protects the flock. He has given the church gifted men to prepare the congregation for the work of ministry.

1 Peter 5:1-5

So as your fellow elder and a witness of Christ’s sufferings and as one who shares in the glory that will be revealed, I urge the elders among you: Give a shepherd’s care to God’s flock among you, exercising oversight not merely as a duty but willingly under God’s direction, not for shameful profit but eagerly. And do not lord it over those entrusted to you, but be examples to the flock. Then when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the crown of glory that never fades away.

Carl Arrindell and wife Felicia are servants at Evangelical Church of San Nicolas.

Carl has been an elder at our church since 1998 and he has a passion for teaching the Word in order to help believers live for Christ from the inside out. Carl teaches the Adult Sunday school class and helps out in the pulpit ministry.

Felicia has a passion for helping those in need, and she serves in the benevolence and nursery ministries.
After visiting their services for about 2 years, John and his wife Edith became active members of the Evangelical Church of San Nicolas in 1990

John retired as an executive of Lago Oil & Transport Co. (an affiliate of Exxon Mobile) in December 2000 after 40 years of service of which about 30 years were in Aruba and the remainder overseas in the U.S., Suriname and the Bahamas.

John and Edith have 3 sons, 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. John is an Elder and Edith has been serving the youth and ladies ministry for many years.
Nico and his wife Suzy have been active members of the Evangelical Church of San Nicolas since 1991, where they serve in various capacities.

Nico has been a public servant for over 36 years. He worked in aviation for 23 years and thereafter in the area of crisis management.

He took early retirement in 2016. He has been serving as elder overseeing the finances at the Evangelical Church of San Nicolas since the mid-nineties.
Norman and Betty joined the Evangelical Church of San Nicolas in 2009 after attending the sister church at Oranjestad since 1991.

Norman became the pastor at our church in 2010 after having served for 28 years in physical education and sport management.

Betty served in various children’s ministries from the early on. Our goal is to raise up the next generation of leaders to continue the work of ministry.


Evangelical Church of San Nicolas
Physical address: Cayenastraat
Mailing address: Jasmijnstraat 7
ARUBA, Dutch Caribbean
Phone: (Phone number to be announced)
info@goodnewsaruba.org