Vision

Become The United Body of Christ in Trinidad and Tobago

Be a vibrant, viable and relevant body united in fellowship with associate bodies, inspiring evangelicals to serve the national community through the gospel of the kingdom

Let us work Together to Fulfil Our God Given Purpose in Our Land

Mission

The National voice of evangelical Christians in Trinidad and Tobago

To serve and unite evangelicals for advancing the kingdom of God and to represent them on national issues

Purpose

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).

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Millions Evangelical

Represented by WEA

T&T NEEDS A UNITED & EFFECTIVE CHURCH

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REPORTED INCIDENCES OF MURDER IN 2016

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REPORTED WOUNDING & SHOOTINGS IN 2016

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REPORTED ACTS OF SEXUAL OFFENCES IN 2016

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2016 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REPORTS

WHAT HAVE WE DONE

PRAYER & EVANGELISM

Offered Prayer and petitions on behalf of the Local Church

Participated in the prayer networks for the nation

Planned and executed the Billion Souls Conference and the Billion Souls workshops

Participated in several workshops and seminars to make the church more relevant to the community including 'Conflict Transformation', PANCAP Faith Leaders Consultation and Caribbean Alert Conference

GENDER & MARRIAGE

Hosted 'the marriage life and sexual health' seminar in conjunction with the Hospital Christian Fellowship

Statement of the age of marriage

Conducted several meeting with the past and present government officials to emphasise the Church’s position on the gender policy

Issued a media response to UNAIDS survey of attitudes towards gays in T&T and highlighted the ramifications of legalizing gay relationships on any nation.

Joined with Caribbean advocates in its reply to the UN's proposed appointment of an envoy to investigate the nature of discrimination of the LGBT community

Conducted a national poll on same-sex attraction in Trinidad and Tobago which was executed by Solution by Simulation

WHO ARE OUR MEMBERS

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.

BECOME A CHRISTIAN

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:

Who needs salvation?

Why we need salvation?

How God provides salvation?

How do we receive salvation?

What are results of salvation?

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