The Caribbean Brethren Assemblies Conference Committee (CBACC) exists to serve and strengthen the Brethren movement in the Caribbean*, thereby enabling it to play its part in carrying out the mission given to the church by the Lord Jesus Christ more effectively.
Its main goal is to facilitate spiritual and numerical growth among Brethren churches in the Caribbean.
The specific objectives of the Caribbean Brethren Assemblies Conference Committee are:
- To organize conferences of Caribbean brethren at appropriate times with the following aims:
- To enable workers from across the region to seek the Lord together
- To enable workers from across the region to discover and encourage one another
- To strengthen networking and fellowship
- To raise awareness of the spiritual challenges of current trends and cultural developments
- To share practical experience, ideas and methods
- To encourage younger workers
- To make information critical to the development of the Brethren work in the Caribbean available to all who need it.
- To facilitate the provision of appropriate training for leaders and all other persons involved in ministry among Brethren churches in the Caribbean.
- To facilitate the strengthening of ministries designed to meet the needs of children, youth, women, and men among the Brethren churches in the Caribbean.
- To assist in the coordination of disaster response activities.
* The term “Caribbean” is used in this document to refer to countries that are geographically Caribbean, and also Bermuda and Guyana.