All PAWI churches will be receiving offerings, clothes, non-perishable food and other items in the coming days for victims of Hurricanes Irma & Maria. All PAWI churches are to mobilize work teams and other relevant supplies for the reconstruction of homes and churches so impacted on the islands of Barbuda, Antigua, and Dominica. Thanks for your support and for showing love with words and deeds.
The theme for PAWI’s 37th Biennial General Conference has been updated: “Redeeming the Time…Fulfilling the Mandate.” It will be held from May 29th to June 1st 2018 in Tobago.
The Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies will be holding a Training Conference from April 9th to 11th, 2015. The theme is Unlimited Possibilities. The conference will be organized as two sets of sessions, one set for leaders on the 9th and the other for the general membership on the 10th and 11th. For leaders, topics include: “Building Communities not Congregations”; “Overcoming the Dark Side of Ministry”; and “Managing the 21st Century Church”. For the general membership there are such topics as: “Capital Punishment/Gender Policy”; “Rearing Children for Today’s Society”; “Maximizing Your Manhood”; “Raising Children Without Losing Your Mind”; and “The Battle for the Public School”.
Registration is $50 and the Conference fee is $200. Download the Leaders Conference Form; download the General Members Form.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 868-662-2485.
PORT-OF-SPAIN — The West Indies School of Theology was granted Institutional Accredited Status with the Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association (CETA) for a period of five (5) years after a three day visit conducted on April 14-16, 2014. Institutional Accredited Status is granted to colleges which substantially meet or exceed the Standards of Accreditation set by the Association, and that give evidence of continual striving toward excellence. This determined on the basis of an institutional self-study and external peer evaluation by a team of educators and administrators appointed by the associations Accrediting Commission.
Comprised of more than 40 undergraduate and graduate institutions scattered throughout the three main language areas of the Caribbean region, CETA was founded in 1971 for the purposes of professional association and the development and promotion of standards of excellence in theological education.
Evaluators came from the Caribbean region and beyond, and included Dr. John Lindsey, Academic Dean, Laurel University, USA (Team Chair); Dr. Abson Joseph, Associate Professor of New Testament, Indiana Wesleyan University, USA; Jennifer Contreras, Former Academic Dean, Universidad Teológica del Caribe, Puerto Rico; Claudette Lewis, Bursar, Caribbean Nazarene College, Trinidad & Tobago; Cecelia Spencer, Senior Librarian, Jamaica Theological Seminary & Caribbean Graduate School of Theology, Jamaica.
CETA is a member of the Association of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions (ACTI), the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education (ICETE), the Caribbean Area Network for Quality Assurance in Tertiary Education (CANQATE) and the International Association of Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE).
More details and information about CETA are available online at cetaweb.info.
Two new vacancies now exist in the Dominica District, at the People’s Pentecostal Family Church in Roseau, and the God’s Family House of Worship in Portsmouth. See the Vacancies page for more details.