The Reverend Stanley Redwood is praying for the positive intervention of the majority of people in North West St. Elizabeth to transport him to Gordon House for the start of potentially a flourishing career in politics.
This first-time entrant in the race of representational politics believes that the spiritual words that he always has for his beloved people will translate into practical solutions.
A graduate of the University of the West Indies and the United Theological College of the West Indies, Rev. Redwood has been ministering to the poor and needy for decades.
A St. Elizabeth man by birth, Comrade Redwood who came into this life on March 3, 1965 in Jointwood, also attended Whitehall Primary, Middle Quarters All Age, and Munro College in the parish. He grew up in White Hill and Middle Quarters, and is one of four children.
He holds a diploma in Ministerial Studies, as well as a Bachelorís and a Masterís degree.
Upon graduation from the United Theological College, he was assigned to the Fairfield circuit of churches in Manchester. Later he was a pioneer in the revitalisation of the Littiz, Goshen and Ballardís Valley churches.
Rev Redwood is married with two children, and enjoys reading, writing, and dominoes.
An ardent member of the church, Rev Redwood utilises Christian principles in the pursuit of activities for the betterment of peopleís daily lives. He is the founder of the New Holland Church in the parish.