Pre-K and Kindergarten children are learning how to become Movers and Shakers for the Kingdom of God. The children learn about the love of God through music & movement, arts & crafts, and interactive bible stories.
1st to 5th grade children “childLight” develop good character traits based on biblical principals such as patience, joy, self control, kindness, and love
We help our youth work through challenging social and personal issues, so that they can ultimately become leaders within their individual spheres of influence.
THE CUBE. is our ministry for middle and high school students is a safe and inviting space for the youth to gather and feel accepted. At its heart, it is a program that allows our youth to voice their concerns and daily struggles within their peer groups and receive sound biblical answers to their questions.
Our vision for this Assembly is to enhance the community through worship, and the teaching of the Word of God. We believe in ministering to the entire man: spirit, soul, and body; to raise a body of faith-filled believers who are not afraid to be bold witnesses for Christ. We endeavor to increase in facilitating the physical and social needs of this community and Assembly. At Daybreak, we provide a base in which ministers can mature and fulfill Jesus’ command in Mark 16:15, “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” Daybreak is a place of worship to God, for all races and nationalities.
Daybreak Assembly partnering with Caribbean American Medical Organization (CAMEO) since 2005 conducting one week Medical Mission trips to Jamaica,Haiti,St. Vincent & Belize so far for a total of 11 trips. We provide free medical services, dispense free medications, conduct educational classes on preventitive diseases, managing chronic diseases to prevent complications (Diabetes, Hypertension) and give free supplies to the community clinics. Daybreak Assembly made multiple donations of clothing and medical supplies to the Lionel Town hospital and the Infirmary in Portland, also cash donation to the orphanage in Mt.Bentick, St.Vincent; in any given week 600 – 800 patients are treated.
In 2008 Daybreak Assembly also participated in a medical mission trip to Argentina with Doctors in Christ, treated 375 patients, instructed some of the young people how to monitor blood pressures and blood sugars, equipments provided also.
Daybreak Assembly visited Mata, Suriname, a remote village in the Interior occupied by indigenous Indians and donated clothing, shoes, school supplies, bags, donated and instructed on the use of a nebulizer, digital blood pressure equipment and a glucometer with necessary supplies, also a digital camera.
As of 2011
Daybreak Assembly has participated in 13 mission trips in 6 countries throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America providing free medical care to the residents of remote areas in those countries, people with little or no access to medical care, many of whom never see a doctor until a mission team arrives in that area.