Staff Profiles

Emerson Boyce

boyceEmerson Boyce is an ordained minister with more than 35 years experience in full-time ministry in the Caribbean.  In 1999 he became EAC’s Executive Director for the Commission on Evangelism and Missions. Effective January 1, 2012, he took up office as EAC’s Secretary General/CEO.

Previously he served as a missionary pastor in St. Lucia (1976-80) before returning to Barbados where he gave pastoral leadership to two congregations (1980-86); and then as Presiding Bishop of the Barbados District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies (1984-86).

He also served as the General Youth Ministries Director and Assistant General Bishop (1982-86), Administrative Officer and Executive Director of World Missions (1986-1998) of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies.  He has given volunteer service with the Barbados Evangelical Association, Barbados Christian Council; AD 2000 & Beyond Movement; and March for Jesus (Caribbean). 

As EAC’s General Secretary, Emerson will serve on the International Leadership Team of the World Evangelical Alliance. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors with Operation Mobilization in Trinidad & Tobago, and Prison Fellowship in Trinidad & Tobago.

Emerson received training at the West Indies School of Theology in Trinidad; Haggai Institute of Advanced Leadership in Singapore; Global Trainers Training in the Philippines; and other Tertiary Institutions.  Rev. Boyce believes that leaders could create synergy by networking across the region, thereby enabling the Church in the Caribbean to make quantum leaps into the present and future. He is passionate to see the Church in the Caribbean work together to fulfill the Biblical mandate of discipling the nations for Jesus Christ; transforming and moving people to Christian values; understand and commit to God’s Agenda for His Church.

Emerson and his wife, Jennifer (from Trinidad and Tobago), have been married since 1976, and have faithfully served in ministry since then.  Together they have one daughter, Lyzette, and as a family, they make their home in Arima, Trinidad.

Pastor Eworth Williams

Eworth Quintel Williams, known as “Crazy Praise” because of his passionate praise and worship, was born in Georgetown, Guyana, South America. He was saved at the age of 12 and started preaching at the age of 15. He attended the Regional Training Programme and later Family of Faith College in Shawnee, Oklahoma, U.S.A. He has been the Youth Pastor at his local church in Georgetown for the past three years and an elder for the past year.

Over the years, he has preached in conferences and seminars locally and internationally. He is the founder of the EDGE Youth Conference which is an annual international youth conference held in Guyana. He is also a committed facilitator of ongoing youth initiatives in Guyana. He serves the Guyana Evangelical Fellowship as National Youth Coordinator and assumed the full-time role of Executive Director of EAC’s Caribbean Youth Network (EAC-CYNET) from January 01, 2010.

As a servant of God Eworth feels divine compulsion to minister comprehensively on the status of youth with regards to social and economic issues, being an example of the viability of the next generation. He is indeed passionate and sold out for the things of God and is definitely not an average conservative minister. He is desperate to see the fulfilment of God’s purpose in the lives of young people throughout the Caribbean and the world.

Eworth is married to Karlene and together they have one daughter, Arielle.