The Trinidad and Tobago Council of Evangelical Churches (TTCEC) represents the Evangelical Churches of Trinidad and Tobago by speaking on their behalf at a national level on issues of national interest and concern. Furthermore, the Council functions strategically with the objective of promoting unity amongst churches. Through networking with its member churches, a wide range of resources, expertise, ideas, programs and services are made available to the wider body of Christ. Through the Council, the local churches are also connected to the global body via the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA).
TTCEC is made up churches such as the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies, The New Testament Church of God, The Presbyterian, The Methodist, The Open Bible Standard Churches, the Nazarene Churches, The Evangelical Association of the Caribbean and The Wesleyan Holiness Churches as well as several independent churches. Apart from church the TTCEC also consist of Christian groups and parachurch organisations such as the Full Gospel Businessmen Fellowship for instance who are part of the organisation in a very meaningful way.
In the book of Romans, one on the book of the Bible lays out the plan of salvation. This plan of salvation is summaries the path the God has set for man to regain the right relationship with God the creator. This plan is referred by many as the Roman Road and it answers the following questions: