St Helena Island, which is situated in the South Atlantic Ocean, has been changing for over a decade. The way the Island people respond to the changes affects the way in which the Gospel is communicated, and this has missiological implications.This raises the question: what influence does change have on the way the Gospel is communicated? If people are resistant to social change, will they be open to change required by the Gospel? How will good intercultural skills help? To fully address the Island''s response to change, one needs to look at the interplay of change, culture and communication.It is also important to consider how these three elements can be monitored and managed by the both the Saints and the clergy alike. From this basis, the writer proposes that the focus of the intercultural communication of the Gospel should be on the ever-changing world of the youth on the Island.