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Virtual Graduation Ceremony 2020/2021

Graduation Theme: “Positioning for Progress”

Graduation Ceremony, Saturday May 29, 2021 – 3:00 pm

Commencement Address:–  Rev. Rian Williams

 

CNC Banking Details

All payment due to the college can be deposited to our account # 290 422 172 701 at any Republic bank.

In order to ensure your account is credited in a timely manner please scan or photograph your deposit receipt(s) and email to the following:

1) The Business Office: Ms. Marie Jose De Silva, Email: accounts@cnc.edu, Phone: 676-8714 Ext.1241 and copied to…

2) The Registrar’s Office: Mrs. Lisa Du Verney-Cornwall, Email: exams_registers@cnc.edu, Phone: 676-8714 Ext.1233.

3) The Senior Administrative Coordinator: Rev. Angel Isaacs, Email: executivesecretary@cnc.edu, Phone: 676-8714 Ext.1244.

 

26th Annual Leadership Conference

Our 26th Annual Leadership Conference will be held at the college on January 6-13, 2020.

“Leadership Essentials for Family and Flock”

Monday January 6, 2020

Registration:  9 AM – 4 PM

Opening Ceremony:  7 PM  (ALL ARE INVITED)

Tuesday January 7, 2020

Session 1: “Man and his Family”  9 AM – 12 NOON

Session 2: “Leading your family in a contemporary ministry environment ”  7 PM – 8:30 PM

Wednesday January 8, 2020

Session 1: “Standard and Practice of Ethics in Leadership” – Rev. Dr. Andy Homer,  9 AM – 12 NOON

Session 2: “Hope for Church Leaders ”  Rev. Rian Williams, 7 PM – 8:30 PM

Thursday January 9, 2020 – We head to our sister island TOBAGO.

Friday January 10, 2020 – 7 PM Panel Discussion “The Effects of Childhood Trauma on Crime”

Panelist – Apostle J. Vernon Duncan, Ms. Annique Isaacs and Mr. Dexter Debellote.

Moderator – Mr. Kwasi Cudjoe

Saturday January 11, 2020 – Movie Night

Sunday January 12, 2020 –   Closing ceremony and Thanksgiving service 10 AM – 1 PM .

Attendance  information: Contact Rev. Angel Isaacs at executivesecretary@cnc.edu; phone: 676-5045 / 676-6134 Ext. 244 or 774-1821 for conference details.

 

We Have Been REAccredited

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About our President

We celebrate the official start of a new era at Caribbean Nazarene College! The inauguration of our 13th President, Rev. Dr. Orlando Seale, took place at the Chapel of the Santa Cruz campus on Friday, 26th May, 2017 at 7:00 pm.

Rev. Dr. Orlando Seale is a Barbadian by birth and has lived there for most of his life. He is one of four children and has been happily married for the past 33 years to Marcelle nee Mc Collin. Mrs. Seale currently serves as Campus Hostess at CNC. The couple has been blessed with two sons Renaldo, 31 years of age and Ricardo who went to be with the Lord 10 years ago at age 19. Renaldo is an honors graduate from the University of the West Indies and the Caribbean Nazarene College. He currently serves as Pastor in Barbados.

Rev. Seale was born – again in 1976 and answered his call to ministry 5 years after entering CNC in 1981. As a final year student in 1984, he served as the Student Body President and graduated at the top of his class with a Diploma in Ministerial Studies.

Since his graduation, Rev. Seale has furthered his studies completing two first degrees, including a Bachelor’s in Sociology and Psychology with Upper Second Class honors from the University of the West Indies. He also completed his Masters and a doctorate in Nouthetic (Biblical) Counselling.

After pastoring for 15 years, serving on most of the National Boards of the denomination and co- founding the denomination’s Credit Union among other initiatives, the Barbados district selected him as District Superintendent in 1998.He served in that role for 18 years, the youngest and longest serving in the church’s 93-year history. During his tenure as District Superintendent, Dr. Seale was the main host of the weekly radio broadcast “Because He Lives” and commissioned the writing of the history of the Nazarene Church in Barbados. The historical text, “Molding Communities Touching Lives” was written by noted University historian, Dr. Henderson Carter.

In April 2017, Superintendent Seale upon hearing from the Lord, relinquished his ministry in Barbados to accept the Presidency of Caribbean Nazarene College (CNC).

Beyond the Church of the Nazarene, Dr. Seale served in different capacities as a leader. He and his wife were judges for the Nation’s Newspaper’s, “Forever I do” annual couple’s competition. He also served as Chairman of the Barbados Holiness Movement for 12 years and co-founded the Family, Faith and Freedom Movement, which was established to protect and defend Biblical family values. Out of this movement, the Save Our Sons (SOS) Foundation was also formed as a consequence of his initiative.

For his role in the church and Religious education, the Barbados government recommended him to Queen Elizabeth, the Second, for honors in her 2018 New Year’s Day presentation. Dr. Seale received the third highest honor in the Commonwealth, “Honorary Commander of the British Empire, CBE; Esq. These titles were conferred on him at a public ceremony by the Governor General of Barbados on April 7th, 2018.

Above all Dr. Seale and his wife, Marcelle are excited to be the servants of Christ and his people. To God be all the glory!!!!

President Seale outlined his vision for the future of the Caribbean Nazarene College. Click here for the President’s statement

 

 

CNC Family Day 2019

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It’s that time again folks!!
CNC Family Day 2019
Theme: Community ‘R’ Us!!
All roads lead to campus on April 22nd Easter Monday from 10 a.m.
Lots to EAT & DRINK   -Lots of prizes & surprises
Lots of Games:  -Rock Wall, -Bouncy Castle -Fun Park for the Kids
Bring out the kids!! FUN FUN FUN
Special Feature: “CAMPUS COUTURE”
Come see our peps model the latest trends in fashion.
U can’t afford to miss our 2019 Family Day!!
Don’t Miss It !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Note: Persons who are interested in modelling their pieces: Give us a Ring @ 774-1821, 676-8714 or 676-6046.

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Clinical Network Conference 2017

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The 5th annual Clinical Network Conference, hosted by the Caribbean Nazarene College Master of Arts in Counselling Programme, will be held on Saturday, 14 January 2017 at the Trinidad & Tobago Bureau of Standards from 9:00am to 3:30pm. This year’s theme is ‘The Silent Epidemic of Domestic Violence: Intervention and Prevention’. Our featured speakers are Justices Evelyn J. Laporte and Wavny Toussaint.

Justice Laporte serves in the New York 2nd District Supreme Court and trains professionals on issues relating to domestic violence and child abuse. Justice Toussaint also serves in the New York 2nd District Supreme Court and has handled juvenile delinquency, family offense and custody proceedings.

Registration will be from 8:00am to 9:00am. Registration cost: $300 per person, $1000 for groups of four persons. Dress code: Business Casual.

Enquiries can be sent to cncclinicalconference@gmail.com. To pre-register, please fill out the form below.

 

Clinical Network Conference 2016

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The 4th annual Clinical Network Conference, hosted by the Caribbean Nazarene College Master of Arts in Counselling Programme, will be held on Saturday, 9 January 2016 at Caribbean Nazarene College from 10:00am to 3:30pm. This year’s theme is ‘Demystifying Mental Health & the Role of Community Partnerships’. Our featured speaker is Dr. Arthur C. Evans Jr., who is a clinical psychologist and the Commissioner of Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health & Intellectual disAbility Services. Also speaking will be Dr. Ashraf Hanna, faculty member of the Social Work department of Caribbean Nazarene College.

Registration will be from 9:00am to 9:45am. Registration costs: $200 for alumni & general public and $100 for students. Dress code: Business Casual.

Enquiries can be sent to registrar@cnc.edu. To pre-register, please fill out the form below.