Save the Seed Recreational Facility is designed to create such an impact. It was about eight years ago that the vision was given and it is our delight at the New Life Baptist Church to see the vision come to pass. Save the Seed – also known as the Energy Centre – is a place for family, fun and fellowship. We believe that this facility will enhance the lives of the entire community, and provide much needed social and physical activities for those who come in, and do it in a favourable atmosphere.” Bishop John I. Cline.

The Save the Seed Energy Centre’s grand opening was on Saturday, 8th December, 2012. It’s mission is to create and manage an environment of human and wellness resources that would ensure an adequate balance of opportunity for all; to present a wide array of recreational interests, which are aimed to satisfying basic needs; and to address the social ills of our community while focusing on improvement of our quality of life. It also focuses on youth with efforts and programmes geared towards directing their growth and development to become healthy and positive adults and to prepare them for the life challenges of today and the future.


The Energy Centre is a one of a kind multi-purpose sports complex in the Caribbean. The facility includes a state of the art fitness complex showcasing a multi-purpose court (basketball and volleyball), a 6-lane bowling alley, a fully equipped gym, aerobics facility, conference facility, and an educational and learning Centre.

The services/activities offered:

  • Fitness Gym with aerobic classes, personal training, lifestyle instruction
  • Full size Basketball Court/Volley Ball Court
  • Six-lane Bowling Alley
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Event Hosting – parties, receptions, programmes, etc.
  • Adagio Dance School
  • Energy CentreLifestyle Café
  • Killi Killi Arts Company
  • Foundation Outreach Programmes


Our Vision

It is our endeavour to contribute to the spiritual, mental, physical and educational aspects of lives in the British Virgin Islands. We hope that this contribution will lend positively and significantly to a healthier and higher quality of life in our community.