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A vibrant youth work has been taking place at Calivigny for many, many years. The young people are encouraged to occupy themselves with various aspects of Christian life and work, including Evangelism; supplying food baskets to the elderly and needy; church clean-up campaign; outreach programmes; hiking and sight-seeing; sports and physical activity; Bible Camps; Music and singing, among others.


An Annual "Youth Week" is held during the month of November, where the young people of the assembly manage a week of activities to include a talent night, when all the Youth from the other assemblies around the Island are invited to participate.


Youth Director: Johnell Mitchell

Thank you for joining us for YOUTH WEEK 2023

December 3rd to 9th 

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Thank you for joining us for Youth Week 2022

"See the Light"Youth Choir
00:00 / 04:28



November 28th—December 4th 2021

Theme: “Embracing God’s Grace: the Battle is the Lord’s”

2 Chronicles 20: 15

Sunday 28th November -

10.00 a.m.         -                The Lord’s Supper

                       10.45 a.m.         -                Family Bible Hour 

                                                                   (Guest Speaker:  Pastor Oscar Reuben)

Tuesday 30th November—Hamper Distribution

Wednesday 1st December—Virtual Panel Discussion—”Dealing with the battles Youth Face” -  7.00 p.m. (Pastor Rodwell Grant - Anguilla and Sister Marva Neptune (Grenada)

Saturday 4th December—Caribbean Youth Virtual Talent Night—6.30 p.m.

Sunday 28th November Programme:

Solo - "Your Presence, Lord - Sis. Tammy Lewis 






Duet - "The Battle Belongs to You" - Sisters Tiffany Joseph & Shenice George




Poem - "God's Protector" - Reikeem Lewis


Solo - "Never Lost the Battle" - Sis. Shatonya Noel

Voice 005 (10) ( Lewis
00:00 / 04:54
Voice 006 (6) ( Joseph & Shenice George
00:00 / 04:24
Voice 007 (3) ( Noel
00:00 / 04:47

Thank you for joining us for


November 29th - 5th December 2020


"God is our refuge and strength"

(Ps. 46: 1


Sunday 29th - 11.00 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. - Worship Service

Tuesday 1st December - 5.00 p.m. - Hamper Distribution

Wednesday 2nd  - 7.00 p.m. - Panel Discussion (online)

Theme: "Thriving In Difficult Times"

Saturday 5th - Social Evening/Movie Night"

Youth Week - Sunday - Specials

Tiffany Joseph - Solo - His Strength is Perfect

Isaac Fraser - Poem - Just lean on me

Jomar & Myeisha Mitchell - Poem - God is my refuge

Matthew Strachan - Solo - Wonderful, Merciful Saviour

Olivia Modeste - Poem - We'll get through this

Corey Joseph - Poem - God is our refuge and strength

Naomi & Jamaal Lewis - Poem - Don't quit

Wendy & Shenice George -Duet - Ride out your storm

"His Strength Is Perfect"Tiffany Joseph
00:00 / 02:36
"Wonderful, Merciful Saviour"Matthew Strachan
00:00 / 03:20
"Ride out your storm"Wendy & Shenice George
00:00 / 04:11

Pray with A.C.T.S.

A.C.T.S. is an easy way to remember key elements of prayer.


It’s simply prayer in four parts:

Adoration – “Praise be to God!” -Psalms 68:35

Tell God how much you appreciate Him. Express your love for Him. Praise His power and majesty. This is a great way to begin your prayer time. Sometimes I watch the sun rise, and praise God for the beauty of His creation. You should never run out of praise. “How awesome are your deeds!” -Psalms 66:3

Confession – “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just, and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” -1 John 1:9

Tell Him where you have fallen short. Be specific. I thank Him for the forgiveness I have in Christ, and ask for help and strength to turn away from future temptations.

Thanksgiving – Always “glorify him with thanksgiving” -Psalms 69:30

You have plenty of reasons to be thankful. Thank God for His love, His faithfulness, His patience and a million other things. Express gratitude for what He’s doing in your life. Thank Jesus for dying on the cross for you. Thank the Holy Spirit for indwelling you, and never leaving. Thank Him for being your conscience, your counselor and that “still small voice.”

Supplication – “Make your requests known to God.” -Philippians 4:6

Tell God what you want, no matter how small it seems to you. Do you really think any of your requests are big to God the Creator? You should have lots of intercessory prayer here. Remember: As a Promise Keeper, you are committed to pray for your Pastor/Elder/Deacon and your church every day.

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