Caribbean Conference of Churches (CCC)

Conférence des Eglises de la Caraïbe
Conferencia de Iglesias del Caribe
Conferentie van Caraïbische Kerken

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1973-11-13 Kingston Jamaica


Founded following initiatives started in 1970, the first ecumenical agency, Caribbean Committee on Joint Christian Action (CCJCA), having been set up in 1955, and followed up, 1971, Chaguaramas (Trinidad).


Promote ecumenism and social change in obedience to Jesus Christ and in solidarity with the poor.


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General Assembly (every 5 years). Continuation Committee (Management Board), meets twice a year, between Assemblies and consists of 15 voting members, headed by a Praesidium (appointed by Assembly), comprising 3 Presidents, at least one of whom must be a woman. Finance Committee is special sub-committee of the Continuation Committee. Regional Office, located in Trinidad, including Regional Programme Coordinators who are responsible for management and coordination of programmatic initiatives. Sub-Regional Offices (2), headed by Senior Programme Officers, supported by Programme Staff. Programme Centres (2): Antigua; Jamaica; Trinidad. Secretariat, comprising Staff Executive Group (SEG), including General Secretary (Head), supported by 2 Associate General Secretaries (responsible for portfolios of Ecumenical Relations and Theological Affairs and of Organizations Development, Planning and Administration) and a Regional Financial Officer. Programme Executive for International Relations, Public and Cultural Affairs, also at Secretariat. Legally incorporated entity: U-XF0044 - Christian Action for Development in the Caribbean (CADEC).


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