Prior to his appointment as president of EJC, Pastor Nathan served as the Director of the Departments of Family Ministries and Stewardship at the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He was born in the parish of Portland and attended the Portland High School.
Pastor Nathan earned a Bachelor's Degree in Theology from Northern Caribbean University (1979); a Master of Arts in Religion from Andrews University (U.S.A) (1988); and a Doctor of Ministry from Columbia Theological Seminary (U.S.A) (2006).
He is a trained mediator, and displays a keen interest in restorative justice, conflict resolution in prisons, police and hospital chaplaincy and drug addiction. A committed servant of God and global citizen, Pastor Nathan has been a Minister of Religion for the past thirty-five years. He has served in East Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists as District Pastor in a number of inner city communities, Director of Community Services, and Director of Family Ministries; and for three years as host of the radio programme "Lift Him Up."
He also serves as a Law Enforcement Chaplain at the Mobile Reserve Headquarters in Kingston as well as the Station Pastor for the Airport Police station. He is a Justice of the Peace for the Parish of Kingston.
He has been married to the former Carol Brown for the past thirty-two years and together they have one daughter, Kareen.
Letters from the President
EJC Calendar of Events for 2019 - Last updated Dec 11-2018
Letter to ASI Members 2018
Camp Meeting Letter 2018
EJC Campsite named as JAMU Labour day Project
The East Jamaica Conference’s Phillipsfield Campsite received nationwide support on Monday when it was named as the Labour Day Project for Jamaica Union Conference this year by Pastor Everett Brown, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica. This was done at a JAMU summit with Pastors and church leaders in Mandeville on March 9, 2015.
Phillipsfield Campsite to be one of the Best - Says Nathan
More than three hundred persons responded to the call by the East Jamaica Conference (EJC) leadership, to attend a workday at Phillipsfield in St. Thomas, to clear sections of the three hundred and sixty acre property in preparation for the building of Conference campsite. Volunteers from several churches in the constituency came from the four zones in support of the new drive to begin work at the campsite, which have remained only a dream for more than ten years.