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Communicators Recognized For Outstanding work in EJC
Four months after the Now is the Time Family & Health Evangelistic Campaign ended on July 15, 2017, the communication team responsible for the online streaming and video production at the meetings were recognized for their outstanding contribution to the success of the campaign at a special service at the East Jamaica Conference Headquarters on November 11, 2017.
Fabia Phillips-Lawrence accepts call to join NCU Media Group
After serving as Assistant Communication Director at East Jamaica Conference for just over three years, Mrs. Fabia Phillips-Lawrence accepted a call from Northern Caribbean University (NCU) Media Group to serve as Programmes Manager.
Zone 1-3 Communication leaders challenged to do more
A challenge has now been issued to Communication Leaders in Zones 1-3 to push their communication methods up a notch as they seek to fulfill the mandate of the church to “Go into all the world.” The challenge was issued during the second leg of the annual communication workshop for 2015 for Zones 1-3 which was held on Sunday March 22 in the board room of the East Jamaica Conference of SDA.
Zone 4 Communication Leaders benefit from workshop
Communication leaders from the parish of St. Thomas turned up dutifully for their annual workshop at the Morant Bay Seventh-day Adventist church on Sunday March 15, 2015. The attendance at the workshop was the best in recent times and gained the support of Assistant leaders and other team members working in the communication department of the various churches within zone four.
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.