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SVG Youth Councils 2022

SVG Youth Councils 2022 Booklet

Special Guests

Major Joliker And Fidalience Leandre
Divisional Leaders
Supported by:

Captain Leba Hayling
Divisional Youth & Candidate Secretary

Majors Ernest & Germanie Gachelin

Commanding Officers
March 25th - 27th 2022

Our Mission

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of
the universal Christian Church.

Its message is based on the Bible.
Its ministry is motivated by the love of God.
Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs

in his name without discrimination.

Our Vision

The Salvation Army - a growing, loving community of people dynamically
living God's mission in a broken world.

About Us

The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although
distinctive in government and practice. The Army’s doctrine follows the
mainstream of Christian belief and its articles of faith emphasise God’s
saving purposes. Its objects are ‘the advancement of the Christian
religion… of education, the relief of poverty, and other charitable objects
beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole.’*
The movement, founded in 1865 by William Booth, has spread from
London, England, to many parts of the world.
Leadership in the Army is provided by commissioned officers who are
recognised ministers of religion.
All Salvationists accept a disciplined and compassionate life of high moral
standards which includes abstinence from alcohol and tobacco. From its
earliest days the Army has accorded women equal opportunities, every rank
and service being open to them and from childhood the young are
encouraged to love and serve God.

What We Believe

The Salvation Army's eleven articles of faith reflect our determination to remain
faithful to our standards and principles.

We believe that the Scr iptur es of the Old and New Testaments wer e given
by inspiration of God, and that they only constitute the Divine rule of
Christian faith and practice.

We believe that ther e is only one God, who is infinitely per fect, the Cr eator ,
Preserver, and Governor of all things, and who is the only proper object of
religious worship.

We believe that ther e ar e thr ee per sons in the Godhead - the Father, the Son,
and the Holy Ghost, undivided in essence and co-equal in power and

We believe that in the per son of J esus Chr ist the Divine and human
natures are united, so that He is truly and properly God and truly and
properly man.

We believe that our fir st par ents wer e cr eated in a state of innocence, but
by their disobedience, they lost their purity and happiness, and that in
consequence of their fall, all men have become sinners, totally depraved,
and as such are justly exposed to the wrath of God.

We believe that the Lor d J esus Chr ist has by His suffer ing and death made
an atonement for the whole world so that whosoever will may be saved.

We believe that r epentance towar d God, faith in our Lor d J esus Chr ist and
regeneration by the Holy Spirit are necessary to salvation.

We believe that we ar e justified by gr ace thr ough faith in our Lor d J esus
Christ and that he that believeth hath the witness in himself.

We believe that continuance in a state of salvation depends upon continued
obedient faith in Christ.

We believe that it is the pr ivilege of all believer s to be wholly sanctified,
and that their whole spirit and soul and body may be preserved blameless
unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

We believe in the immor tality of the soul, the r esur r ection of the body, in
the general judgment at the end of the world, in the eternal happiness of the
righteous, and in the endless punishment of the wicked.

Amazing facts about The Salvation Army

 The red kettle debuted in San Francisco in 1891 in the guise of a crab pot. A depression had
thrown many out of work, including hundreds of seamen and longshoremen, who needed help.
The campaign proved so successful that by 1900 it was imitated nationwide.

 The Salvation Army’s work in disaster relief began in 1900 in response to the devastating
hurricane that destroyed Galveston, Texas and killed more than 5,000 people.

 1900 - The world’s first feature film -The Salvation Army is credited with producing the
world's first moving picture film.

 Operating from 1897 to 1910, The Salvation Army Limelight Department was Australia’s
first film production company. Among its many achievements, The Limelight Department is
credited with producing the world’s first multimedia presentation using the moving picture
film technology of the day. The film, ‘Soldiers of the Cross’, was produced in 1900 and the
Limelight Department also recorded the birth of The Federation of Australia of a nation
in 1901

 The Salvation Army is often credited with popularizing the doughnut in the United States.
During World War I, The Salvation Army served doughnuts—often cooked in battle
helmets—to U.S. troops in the field; and many soldiers came back to the U.S. hooked on the
pastries. In 1938, The Salvation Army created National Doughnut Day, observed the first
Friday of June, to honour the female Salvation Army officers, or “Doughnut Lassies,” who
served the troops during the war.

 Peter Drucker, in an article in Forbes magazine, called the Salvation Army," by far the most
effective organization in the US."

 The red shield dates from 1896 and serves as the trademark for the Army’s social services.
 The Salvation Army known for its brass band after has approximately 2,500 brass bands

 The first Salvation Army band was formed in 1882 by accident. Charles Frye and his sons

offered their services as bodyguards for Salvation Army street preachers. They began playing
music on their brass instruments to give them something to do while they protected the
officers, and soon after quit their family business to lead the Army’s music department.
 The phrase “on the wagon” was coined by men and women receiving the services of The
Salvation Army. Former National Commander Evangeline Booth—founder William Booth’s
daughter—drove a hay wagon through the streets of New York to encourage alcoholics on
board for a ride back to The Salvation Army. Hence,
alcoholics in recovery were said to be “on the wagon.”.

 “Strawberry Fields Forever” in the Beatles 1966 song by that name, is John Lennon’s
nostalgic reference to a Salvation Army orphanage called Strawberry Field in Woolton,
England. Lennon is said to have played with childhood friends in the trees behind the
orphanage when he was a boy.

 Around the turn of the 20th century, Salvation Army church members were known as "slum
sisters". They lived in the worst areas of cities like London and New York and were
dedicated to helping others. They would visit homes to take care of children, nurse the sick,
cook meals and do housework. They’d also visit bars, brothels and drug houses to bring the
light of God into dark places. They weren’t radicals, just Christians doing what they believed
was their duty.

 Songwriters Jay Livingston and Ray Evans worked for Paramount Pictures and were asked
to come up with a Christmas song for the film “The Lemon-Drop Kid,” starring Bob Hope.
Using The Salvation Army bell ringers for inspiration, they wrote a song called “Tinkle
Bells.” When Livingston told his wife, she gave him an alternative meaning of the word "
tinkle". They changed the name to "Silver Bells" and it’s been a Christmas favourite ever

 Founders Catherine and William Booth and their family were strict vegetarians. The Booth
family believed that eating a plant-based diet is conducive to better health and a means of
avoiding animal cruelty.

 It is thought that the name of the popular biscuit by Arnott's, SAO, stands for ‘Salvation
Army Officer’. This theory arose from the fact that Arthur Arnott, one of five sons of
William Arnott (company founder), was a Colonel in The Salvation Army.

 Red Kettle volunteers didn’t become bell ringers until 1900 when a young cadet named
Amelia from New York City bought a 10-cent bell to ring. The bell was a huge success and
drew attention and donations from those who passed. Not long after, all the cadets had bells
to ring.

 The Salvation Army opened and operated the world’s first Match factory, branded as ‘Lights
in Darkest England’. This was because matches were produced in unsafe conditions, with
workers being women and children, to protect them. William Booth purchased a derelict
factory in 1891, repaired it, installed machinery ensured high ventilation and good hygiene,
and he used only Red Phosphorus, which is still used today.

Message from the Divisional Commander

Greetings from the desk of the
Divisional Commander,
Major Joliker Leandre

March 6th, 2022

Dear Young people,
Youth Councils is always an exciting moment for The Salvation Army Young People
throughout the world and in spite of the challenges we face particularly with Covid-19
and natural disasters, this has not changed. Those of you who are still alive should
pause to say with Gratitude:’’ HITHERTO HATH THE LORD HELPED US". 1
Samuel 7:3
It is indeed a blessing to be alive these days and to God we give all the glory and the
praise! As you come to be part of Youth Councils this year, we invite you to do so
with great expectations because our God is an awesome God.!!
You have chosen for your Youth Councils a beautiful theme: ’’ Unmasked’’. Giving
the circumstance in which we find ourselves at this time and in obedience to the
various authorities who have urged us to wear a physical mask to protect ourselves
against this dreadful pandemic called Covid-19 .You may not be able to unmask
physically, however it is possible to do so spiritually.
As your text clearly states in 2 Corinthians 3:16 & 17 :’’ But whenever anyone
turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. 17 Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the
Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom”. May the Lord open the eyes of your hearts and
remove every spiritual mask on your way so that you may see His glory and hear Him
speak to you and your situation not just collectively but individually as well.
My wife and I long to see all of you and we hope finally we will be able to not only
see your face but hear your voice speaking and praising the Lord in the beauty of
God bless you and accept our Love as your Divisional Leaders.

Joliker Leandre (Signed Electronically)

Major Joliker Leandre
Divisional Commander
Trinidad & Tobago Division

Message from the Divisional Youth Candidate Secretary

The Salvation Army, Divisional Youth &
Divisional Headquarters, Candidate Secretary
27 Edward St,
Port of Spain,
February 27th, 2022

My dear Young People

I greet you in the Precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Your theme for 2022is ‘unmasked” which means to reveal the true nature. In a society
that is full of mandatory masks wearing, there is no way we can be unmasked except
for a few seconds for official reasons, but this is not the unmasking we’re focusing on.
Our aim at the end of Youth Councils is for you to be used by God in whatever
capacity he chooses after His Holy Spirt has visited you, allowing you to be who He
wants you to be, taking off whatever mask you are hiding behind.

I hope that the time spent together in God’s Holy Presence will have an impact on your
lives and you will be ready and eager to be unmasked and serve wherever He leads

May God use your ‘Special Guests’ in a mighty way to bring about His plans for your
Have fun with all the activities, dance, sing, worship and be happy in the presence of
the Lord, but above all, open your heart and ears to God’s call and be obedient if he
calls you.
The Young People of Trinidad and Tobago and Grenada send their love.
May God continue to richly bless and keep you.

Most sincerely
Leba Hayling (Signed Electrically )
Leba Hayling

Message from the Commanding Officers

The Salvation Army,
P. O. Box 498,

February 25th, 2022

Our dear Young People
We greet you all in the Mighty name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus
What a wonderful and powerful theme you have for youth councils this
year” UNMASKED” taken from 2 Corinthians 3:16-18. We live in a
world where it is a requirement that we wear our face mask wherever we
go, otherwise, we won`t be able to enter..
However, to enter into God`s presence it is require that we remove our
spiritual unmasks so that we can breathe the fresh air from the Holy
It is our aim and desire for you to open up to the Holy Spirit during this
weekend and beyond as you allow Him to unveil you in every aspect for a
new step of the relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
We know that God is already prepared our Guests Majors Joliker &
Fidaliance Leandre, our Divisional Leaders to minister to you all and so
we want to encourage you to be obedient to the calls of a new chapter in
your lives.
May The Almighty God bless you all!
Sincerely Yours,
Ernest Gachelin (Signed Electrically)
Ernest & Germanie Gachelin
Corps Officers

Message from Young People Sergeant Major Calder

The Salvation Army Calder Corps,
March 7th, 2022

Greetings to all.

This has truly been the most challenging times with Covid-19 and the
volcanic eruption. We have had to rely totally on the sustenance of God the
Father and He has truly been faithful in every way. We have had to allow Him
to strip us and to seek His face more than ever before so that He can make us
real with Him and to purify us from deep within. This is my prayer for this
year's Youth Council that God would 'unmasked' all that is holding back our
young people from serving God in a real deeper relationship and that they
would know that success, joy and eternal life can only with be with Christ our

Yours in Christ,
(Signed Electronically)

Jasmin Deane
Young People Sergeant Major

Message from Young People Sergeant Major
Kingstown Corps

The Salvation Army,
P. O. Box 498,
March 10th, 2022

My Dear Young People

I greet you in the wonderful name of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ
and take this opportunity to welcome each and every one of you to our
Youth Councils 2022 under the theme “Unmasked” 2 Corinthians 3:16
- 18.

I pray as you prepare for your weekend activities, you will open your
heart to God’s calling and draw closer to him.

My encouragement to you for this Youth Councils weekend is to not
only have fun and enjoy the activities but to unveil yourselves to God
and be a reflection of him so you will experience his glory.

Yours faithfully, (Signed Electrically)

Estina N. Mc Dowall
Acting YPSM

. The Salvation Army
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Welcome & Cultural Night
Friday March 25th, 2022

7 : 30 pm

Leader: Major Ernest Gachelin,
Corps Officer

Speaker: Major Joliker Leandre
Divisional Commander

Words of Welcome Major Ernest Gachelin,
Corps Officer

Worship Period United Praise Team

Opening Prayer

Welcome and Introduction of
Major Joliker Leandre-DC
Major Fidaliance Leandre– DDWM
Captain Leba Hayling DYCS
Major Ernest Gachelin– CO

Welcome on behalf of SVG Advisory Board

Marva Cato– Robinson Secretary

Scripture Reading & Greetings Major Findaliance Leandre

Greetings Captain Leba Hayling DYCS

Theme Chorus Jasmin Deane– YPSM &
Paula Morris CSM

Key Notes Major Joliker Leandre DC

Offering /Theme Chorus

Cultural Expressions Jasmin Deane YPSM

Benediction Major Germanie Gachelin CO

The Salvation Army
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Saturday March 26th, 2022


Praise & Worship United Praise Team

Prayer Sister Ronecia Thomas

Welcome and Introduction of
Major Joliker Leandre-DC
Major Fidaliance Leandre– DDWM
Captain Leba Hayling– DYCS
Major Ernest Gachelin– CO

Theme Song Jasmin Deane YPSM &
Paula Morris CSM

Question & Answer Session

Prayer & Benediction Bro Hechford Woodley

The Salvation Army
St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Youth Evening
Saturday March 26th, 2022

6:00 pm

Praise & Worship United Praise Team

Welcome and Introduction of
Major Joliker Leandre-DC
Major Fidaliance Leandre– DDWM
Captain Leba Hayling– DYCS
Major Ernest Gachelin– CO

Prayer Major Fidaliance Leandre
Meditation DDWM
Theme Song Jasmin Deane YPSM &
Paula Morris CSM
Introduction of Judges Sister Nasha Morris
Mask Competition
Dance Teana Duncan
Vote of thanks Brother Jean-Lony Gachelin
Closing prayer Estina N. Mc Dowall YPSM

The Salvation Army

St. Vincent & the Grenadines
Youth Councils, Holiness Meeting

Sunday March 27th 2022

Leader: Major Fidaliance Leandre– DDWM

Speaker: Major Joliker Leandre Divisional Commander

Prelude Band

Call to Worship Major Ernest Gachelin,
Corps Officer

Song 421N(557) Major Ernest Gachelin,
Corps Officer

Welcome and Introduction of

Major Joliker Leandre-DC

Major Fidaliance Leandre– DDWM

Captain Leba Hayling– DYCS

Major Ernest Gachelin– CO

Theme Song Jasmin Deane– YPSM

Prayer Session Major Germanie Gachelin

Chorus Lord I come to you.

Commissioning of the Band Major Joliker Leandre DC
Song 501– N” Jesus, precious Saviour”

Praise & Worship & Offertory United Praise Team

Band Selection Band

Five Minutes Talk Bro. Calique Lewis JS

Vocal Selection United Youth Chorale

Announcements Message & Appeal
Major Joliker Leandre– DC

Paula Morris CSM

Closing Song 868/448-O” By the pathway (Offering)

Capt. Hayling DYCS

Prayer & Benediction Jasmin Deane YPSM

The Salvation Army

St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Youth Councils, Evening Session
Sunday March 27th, 2022 @ 2 : 00 Pm

Chairperson Narine Deane
Praise and Worship United Worship Team
Prayer Shelecia Baptiste BM

Welcome and Introduction of
Major Joliker Leandre-DC
Major Fidaliance Leandre– DDWM
Captain Leba Hayling– DYCS
Major Ernest Gachelin– CO

Worship Dance Seniors

Meditation Captain Leba Hayling DYCS
Chorus Open the eyes of my Heart Lord

Sermonette competition
Item Erick Gachelin

Presentation of Winners Major Joliker Leandre DC
Vote of thanks Sister Breanna Antione

Theme song Jasmin Deane (YPSM)

Closing prayer & Benediction Major E. Gachelin


Most of us have an assortment of masks we put on when we feel the need to
hide our real selves. These may include:
 The “happy” mask
 The “I’m very together” mask
 The “I don’t care” mask
 The “I’m self-sufficient” mask
 The “I’m not hurt” mask
 The “I’m the expert” mask
We might don a mask because we fear our real self won’t be accepted. Or we
think people will take advantage of us if we reveal our weaknesses. Or we’ll put
ourselves at risk of being ridiculed or reviled if others see who we really are.
As Christians, we are meant to live lives marked by truth—for we follow and
are indwelt by the One who is Truth.

To live unmasked is to live a life natural to who you are, giving yourself
permission to be who God created you to be.
Defeating the fear of disappointing others.
Defeating the unreality of perfection.
Choosing to live a real life in vulnerability and authenticity with those around
you in a way that allows your life and heart to be transformed.

God’s desire is to give us permission to put our performance masks down and
truly see each other and be seen by others. Society doesn’t really allow us to step
out of the door with our rough draft selves exposed to the world. We are
supposed to be fully revised and polished and performance ready. But our spirits
were never meant to live like this. Everything about our life suffers under this
false reality: our mental and emotional health, our bodies, our families and our
 Are you exhausted by the performance?
 Do you feel like you’re living out of obligation and responsibility?
 Do you feel the anxiety of being seen?
 You may be living life out of a pseudo self, not the true self that Christ has

created you to be.
It’s time for you to take off your mask.


14 Old Words We Use Today But With Completely New Meanings
The English language is constantly evolving, and words sometimes acquire
new meanings because of technological change. A carbon copy was
originally a duplicate made using carbon paper. We don’t do that anymore,
but we regularly CC people on emails. Truck once meant an exchange. Now,
it’s a vehicle that carries heavy loads (although it has retained the earlier
meaning in the expression “to have no truck with”)
Abroad once meant out of doors. Now it's used as an adverb meaning beyond
the boundaries of one's country, or as a noun meaning foreign territory
Bane was once a synonym for poison -- and it has retained that meaning in
connection with poisonous plants such as wolfsbane. However, its primary
meaning now is a person or thing that ruins or spoils, as in "the bane of my
In the 17th century, a cadet was a younger son. The older son inherited the
estate, and the younger one went into the army, and so today a cadet is a
student at a military school. Caddie, as in the person who carries your golf
clubs, has related roots.
derives from the Latin word corumpere, meaning to destroy or spoil. It was
thus used as an adjective meaning rotten or putrid. Now the word is used to
point to somewhat more abstract objects. Files are corrupted. It is used to
mean depraved or debased, often in the context of the abuse of public power
or office -- political corruption.
Degree derives from the Latin word for step (degradus), and was largely used
in reference to a position in a social hierarchy or to describe stages in a
society's progress. Now the word means a subdivision or measurement, as in
"360 degrees in a circle" or "100 degrees in the shade." It has lost its meaning
related to social or official rank, perhaps as our society has become less
formal and class-conscious.
A dot was once a dowry from which only the interest or annual income was
available to the husband. Now you rarely
even hear about dowries, much less dots
with that meaning. A dot today means a
small round mark, and up-to-date usages
such as dot matrix printing.

Host : A host was once an ar my, and in the Bible it is used in this sense.
This word, which derives from the Latin word hostis by way of Middle
English, now simply means a great number. When used in the sense of
receiving guests or entertaining, it has different roots -- from the Latin
hospit, which is also the origin of hospitality.
once meant suitable or proper, and in this sense is related to commensurate. It
is still used in Christian prayer: "It is meet and rightâ¦." Now it means
encounter or assemble, as in the dreaded office meeting.
Nice once meant fastidious or pr ecise, as in " a nice distinction." Those
meanings haven't entirely died out, but now nice is most often used to mean
polite, kind, agreeable, or appropriate.

To profess once meant to teach, as a professor does. Now it means to declare
or admit openly, such as when someone professes their love. The word is often
used in the context of religious belief.

A receipt was once a recipe, and in this sense it had French roots (as do many
cooking terms). Now it can mean the act of receiving or an acknowledgement
of something purchased. The word is derived from the Latin word recepta.
A repair was once an abode or haunt. Now it's commonly used to mean to fix
or make good, although you can still repair to your favorite haunt for drinks.
Truck from the French troquer, entered the English language in the 13th
century and meant an exchange or transaction. It has retained this meaning in
the expression "to have no truck with." Now, to most people, a truck is a
vehicle that carries heavy loads, and in this sense it may derive from the Greek
word trokhos, or wheel.
In Middle English, a wife was any woman,
especially an old or uneducated one, but it came
to mean a married woman. The earlier meaning
has been retained in words like midwife -- a
woman, not necessarily married, who assists in

Bio Sketch of
Majors Joliker & Fidaliance
Leandre Divisional Commander &

Divisional Director of
Women Ministries

Trinidad & Tobago Division
(including St. Vincent & Grenada)

Majors Joliker Leandre & Fidaliance Leandre are both Officers of The Salvation
Army for about 30 years now. They are originally from Haiti and entered The
Salvation Army Territorial Training College for Officers in 1989 and 1990
respectively under the Session names Servants of Jesus & Followers of Jesus.
During their Officership career, they both have served jointly in Jamaica,
Guyana, Belize and now Trinidad & Tobago.
Major Joliker Leandre, a graduate from Frank Etienne College in Haiti, he
studied French from the Institute of France for Language and Arts prior to
entering Training College for Officers. In addition to being a Commissioned
Salvation Army Officer, he is a certified Counsellor in Basic and advanced
Counselling from the University of the West Indies Open Campus in Jamaica as
well as Trinidad & Tobago. He is also a certified Court-connected and family
Mediator as well as an Arbitrator from the University of the West Indies open
Campus in Belize. Major Leandre attended the International College for Officers
in the United Kingdom in 2007 and had the privilege of being trained in many
other areas such as: Music & Choir conducting, Emergency Shelter
Management, Leadership etc.
Major Fidaliance Leandre on the other hand is a graduate from Fraternal College
of Vieux-Bourg Haiti. Apart from having a Diploma in Child Evangelism, she
participated in many other seminars such as, Leadership Seminars, Counselling
and Good Governance. She is a trained and very skilled in craft making, baking,
cooking, first aid, grief counselling, leadership and successfully completed a
certificate Course in business management with the University of Trinidad Open
campus. Prior to coming to this appointment, she attended the International
College for Officers (ICO) in London, England, where she received further
training for the tasks ahead.
Both Majors have just completed a study on inclusive Leadership with The
Salvation Army online studies. They are the proud parents of two adult children,
Margarette and Joliker Leandre Junior, age 26 and Joliker Leandre Jr., age 22
who reside in Canada presently.
They thank God for the privilege of serving his people in many parts of His
vineyard and are very excited to be with you over these few days ahead.
As a core value, they believe that all people, everywhere, were created in the
image of God and they all have the same ability to love and be loved, regardless
of nationality or race. The also believe that Salvation is by choice and it is for

Bio Sketch of Captain Leba Hayling Divisional Youth Candidate
Secretary Trinidad & Tobago Division (including St. Vincent &

Captain Leba Hayling is a Vincentian by birth and a native of Barrouallie.
She attended Girls’ High School and furthered her education at the
Technical College
Captain Leba Hayling was called to Ministryin 2012 as an Auxilliary Captain
and was appointed to Guyana as Officer of the Wortmanville Corps and
Administrator of the Women’s’ Home. After three and a half years, she was
appointed as Corps Officer to the Tunapuna Corps and Divisional Youth
and Candidate Secretary for the Trinidad and Tobago Division, including
St. Vincent and Grenada.
In 2019, she was appointed to The San Fernando Corps and in March of the
said year was sent to The Salvation Army’s Training College for three
months of training and to be commissioned as an officer. She is still serving
at the San Fernando Corps. She has four children, all girls and five
Captain Hayling loves the Lord and enjoys serving Him in any capacity.
She has a passion for Young People, encourages them to serve the Lord and
she enjoys the gifts and talents given to her by God. Her desire is to live for
Him and believes that any other decision is uncivilized.

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