The 2013 Congress of Evangelicals in the Caribbean (CONECAR 2013) will be held October 14-18, 2013 in Basseterre, St. Kitts. The theme for the Congress is “Leading Change through Perilous Times” and will incorporate EAC’s focus as a Regional Evangelical Association serving the Caribbean for over 35 years. We are excited that this event will be held at the St. Kitts Marriot Resort and hope you will join us in October 2013.

We paid attention to your feedback and have included delegate’s comments in many aspects of the planning for 2013 including Plenaries and Dialogues, and expanded networking opportunities. This is one CONECAR event you can’t afford to miss.

As a thank you gesture for supporting EAC-CONECAR through the years, we are offering you an affordable Registration Package…US $275.00

Congress Venue

We are pleased to announce the St. Kitts Marriot Resort as the 2013 Congress of Evangelicals in the Caribbean venue. Located in Frigate Bay, Basseterre, St. Kitts, this promises to be a good location for our delegates.

Keynote Address Rev. Emerson Boyce
Emerson is EAC’s Secretary General & CEO, Executive Director of the Commission on Evangelism and Missions; and Director of CONECAR 2013.
Rev. Boyce is a credentialed minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies (PAWI), having served as Assistant General Bishop, Administrative Office, and Executive Director of Missions. Emerson is the Founder/President of GospeLife Ministries®; a member of the Caribbean Regional Cabinet of Empowered21; and a mission practitioner; Emerson has both planted and revitalized congregations; is a frequent speaker on the issues of leadership; evangelism and missions; and innovative thought on church life and mission.
Devotional Speaker Rev. Katei Kirby
A former CEO of ACEA (African and Caribbean Evangelical Alliance) an umbrella organisation that was set up in 1984 to unite the voice and contribution of the Black Christian community in the UK.
Katei is an ordained minister and trustee with The Wesleyan Holiness Church in the UK, and also serves as an executive officer on its international board. She is a member of the World Evangelical Alliance–International Council (WEA-IC); a patron of Tear Fund; and is on the board of Premier Christian Media Group.
Katei’s passion is to see, and be part of the kind of community cohesion that Jesus prayed for in John 17.