Caribbean Brethren Assemblies Conference
Conferences of representatives of Brethren churches in the different countries across the Caribbean are held at four-year intervals.
The 2021 conference is to be hosted in Jamaica by Christian Brethren Assemblies - Jamaica.
The second Caribbean Brethren Assemblies Conference (CBAC), following up the St Kitts conference of July 2014, was held on 17 - 21 July 2017 in Trinidad, under the theme of 'Moving Forward Together'. Key details.
The conference was attended by 273 participants from 13 Caribbean territories (Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, US Virgin Islands (St. Croix)), several expatriates domiciled in the USA, and visitors from India and the UK (representation from 16 territories in all). The main speakers were Loris Heywood (Guyana), David Corbin (Trinidad/Jamaica/USA), David Henry (Jamaica) and Neil Summerton (UK). Their notes of their addresses and workshop material are available here. The CBAC Committee will be considering the next steps in the light of the conference, but it intends that there should be a further CBAC in 2021.
Official report of the conference.
The latest CBAC Committee Newsletter is here, with details of the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on Dominica and Anguilla and buildings there.
A youth conference (Youth Explosion Seven for Christ Convention 2016), for those aged between 15 and 40, was held in Grenada on Friday 8 - Tuesday 12 July 2016 (see http://yes4christ.org/ for more details)
CARIBBEAN BRETHREN ASSEMBLIES CONFERENCE, 14 – 17 JULY 2014
A committee on the island of St Kitts organized the Caribbean Brethren Assemblies Conference on 13 – 17 July 2014 for leaders and others from the assemblies all round the Caribbean.
The conference was attended by 145 people from 16 countries.
The aim was 4 days of learning, inspiration, growing, and knowing fellow believers from the region and other countries.
Conference theme: ‘Strengthening the things that remain as we forge forward using the old message’ Revelation 3: 2