It is often the case that after attending a workshop or hearing presentations, participants leave with little more than a vague memory of what was shared. The young people who attended the Council for World Mission Caribbean/Caribbean and North American Council for Mission Youth Forum on Human Trafficking in Guyana July 29- August 2, 2015 […]
As Council for World Mission (CWM) of which CWM Caribbean is a part, sets out to fulfil God’s vision and mission the following strategic priorities have been embraced – enabling member bodies to become missional congregations, expressing solidarity and prophetic witness, engaging in reflection and research and deepening partnership and ecumenical engagement as member churches and individuals are equipped to engage in mission.
Picture 61 persons clad in colourful polo shirts with the message ‘Not for Sale…Christ has Paid the Price. Stop Human Trafficking” converging on the grounds of the National Park in Georgetown, Guyana. These youngsters were part of the Council for World Mission(CWM) Caribbean/Caribbean and North American Council for Mission (CANACOM) Youth Forum on Human Trafficking […]
Even though I have done my own research on human trafficking this forum has been a shock to my consciousness.” This is how Jovaughn McConnell, one of the resource persons in the Council for World Mission(CWM) Caribbean/Caribbean and North America Council for Mission Youth Forum on Human Trafficking, described his feelings after a day of […]
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ASKING AND ANSWERING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE CARIBBEAN What should we be doing? What do we have to do it? What are we missing? How will we get it? Capacity development is a practice which is deemed important in the life of organisations especially those which take their purpose seriously. The church […]
The UCJCI believes that for congregational transformation to be effective, the clergy leadership must be equipped with the technical competences for congregational leadership, management, and mobilizing communities. Twenty five (25) Ordained ministers were selected to undertake a suite of training in 2013, to cover the following areas: Principles of effective leadership Transformational leadership Servant Leadership […]
Following on Council for World Mission’s Mission enabling workshop in April 2013, the CWM Caribbean region is employing a Training of Trainers approach to roll-out the strategy to equip congregations to conduct mission audits and develop strategic plans.
Members of the global family of Council for World Mission from India, Tuvalu, England, Zambia, Taiwan, Korea, Nauru, Madagascar, Samoa, arrived in Jamaica between August 30 and September 9..
Workshop: Liturgical Music of the 21st Century. An International Proclamation through the Art of Music
The Caribbean region was the venue for Council for World Mission’s liturgical music workshop: Liturgical Music of the 21st Century.
That is the fundamental reasoning behind our environmental initiative ‘For the Love of God’s Creation’. CWM Caribbean is championing a way of living that ensures that this earth will be left in a good state for those who come behind us.