Triple C School’s YES Club held the “Unashamed” youth rally on Friday, June 9, as part of the school’s 75th anniversary celebrations.
It was the school’s second such event this school year. The first rally was held last October, during Triple C’s anniversary week of activities, according to a release from the school.
Youth groups from all over the island were invited to attend. The students from Triple C YES Club said they were excited about the event as they were able to showcase some of the gifts and talents that God has given them.
To open the event in June, the club members orchestrated a flash mob.
Carlson Benjamin, the Spiritual Life Director & YES Club leader, said “The success of the rally was due to the hard-working team of teachers, youth ministry workers and students who are committed to the life of the ministry.”
Many of the students who are members of the YES Club joined because they are either Christian or would like to know more about having a true relationship with God, the school said.
The program provides the students with the opportunity to share their experiences about their faith with others.
Grade 8 student Ayanna Davis-Eden, said, “I joined YES Club because I am a follower of Christ and I wanted to go deeper into my faith.
By being in the YES Club I’ve learned that there are many students who are like me and who love to serve God. I’m glad that we were able to have the youth rally again.
The “YES” in YES Club stands for Youth Experiencing Salvation. The club has been in existence at Triple C for several years and has grown over the last two years.
“I enjoyed the flash mob right at the beginning because I was able to sing and dance and praise God,” said Ayanna.