Eastern Caribbean Youth Encounter

The first Eastern Caribbean Youth Encounter (ECYE) was held in 2005 in St. Kitts. Since then, Encounter has been an annual event for youths from across the Eastern Caribbean. Over the years, it has brought together youths from Antigua, St. Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla, Dominica, St. Lucia, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad and the USA.  Due to the tremendous explosion and high participation rate, Jamaica has been hosting its own event since 2013.

Key Objectives

(i) To provide the environment for the youths to have a divine encounter, leading to a personal choice to serve the Lord.

(ii) To build in the youths a clear understanding of the importance of adhering to the values and principles of the kingdom.

(iii) To heighten their awareness of world affairs and to ensure that they understand its implications in the context of the kingdom of God.

(iv) To create an environment in which they can learn to build healthy relationships among themselves and with others.

Activities

To cater to the varying objectives and wide range of youths who attend Encounters, a wide variety of activities are regularly planned. These include:

• Teaching Presentations

• Worship Sessions

• Personal Watered-ness sessions

• Ark Building Sessions

• Talent Presentations

• Sports and Games

• Beach Picnics  

The first Sunday of the Encounter is usually dubbed Super Sunday. Several Kingdom Communities (i.e. churches) join the campers for corporate worship followed by lunch. The evening usually concludes with a talent display.

A second major highlight for many of the youths is the banquet, a formal dinner that is held on the last night of the Encounter.

Leadership and Oversight

The robust leadership structure is set in place to ensure effective management and stewardship of the event.  This consists of:

  • A Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator(s)
  • Administrators
  • Mentors
  • Dorm Leaders
  • Team Leaders

There is also a resident kitchen staff, which is usually assisted by several adult volunteers.

Each year, the Senior Elders and other leaders of the church communities from which participants are drawn attend the Encounter. They provide valuable oversight and support for its management team.

The ECYE has been an immensely successgful experience.  Many lives have been transformed and there is no doubt that the impact will continue through generations

Music Development Initiative

The Music Development Initiative commenced in February of 2013. This initiative originated from a seed in the heart of Wingrove Spencer, Senior Elder of Precision Center. His desire is to see each member of the Precision Center Community being exposed to and trained in both the theoretical and practical aspects of music.

Antiguanization

Antiguanization – "Revisiting Our Past, Securing Our Future"


It has been said that we cannot know where we are going if we do not know where we came from. Implicit in this statement is the understanding that there is a strong link between our past, present and future.
The importance of capturing the values by which our forefathers lived, and preserving them for future generations is seen in Psalm 78.

Perfecting the fine heART of living!

 

Contact Info

Precision Centre

Paynter's Estate
St. John's
Antigua

Office: (268) 460-8741
Fax:      (268) 460-8742
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Session Times

Corporate Sessison 
Sundays 8:00 am

Governmental Prayer 
Wednesdays 7:00 pm

Youth Session
Fridays 06:30 pm

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