EJC GEMS Give Support after Tragic Passing of Sanique LeachmanFriday, January 15, 2021 | Ashleigh Onfroy, Tiffanie Grant, and Dr. Yvette Castell
"Gone too soon", an often-used cliche, aptly describes the death of Sanique Leachman (15 years old) who was a member of the East Jamaica Conference (EJC) Girls of Eloquence, Morals and Standards (GEMS), a ministry initiated to offer girls 12 years and older, wholistic support.
2020 A Lesson In Obedience, Says ElderFriday, January 1, 2021 | Jason Cross/Gleaner Writer
Obedience was the greatest lesson for the Hagley Park Road Seventh-Day Adventist Church in St Andrew and the wider Jamaica for 2020, First Elder Alpheous Bailey said at a watchnight service last night.
EJC Office Closure NoticeTuesday, December 22, 2020 |
Please be advised that the East Jamaica Conference (EJC) Head Office at 74 Constant Spring Road, will be closed as of Wednesday, December 23, 2020, and will reopen for regular operations on Monday, January 4, 2021, at 8:30 a.m. The Administrators, Directors and Staff wish for you and your family a safe and peaceful holiday and God's richest blessings for the new year.
EJC Youth Ministries Mourns Loss of Renowned Masterguide Oneil HardieFriday, December 11, 2020 | Ruth-Ann Brown, Digital Media Coordinator
The East Jamaica Conference is deeply saddened by the passing of Masterguide Oneil Hardie, a member of the New Haven SDA Church. MG Hardie passed away unexpectedly early Friday morning, December 11, 2020, a day before the annual Youth Congressoree weekend.
Possibility Ministries brings smiles to people with special needs in EJCFriday, December 11, 2020 | Phillip E.L. Castell
Lots of smiles were placed on the faces of persons with special needs on Sunday December 6, 2020 when the Seventh-day Adventist Church in East Jamaica Conference pulled out all the stops to provide cooked meals and gift packages to over six hundred persons, many of who were people with disabilities across the parishes of Kingston, St. Andrew and St. Thomas.
Adventist Visually Impaired Senator Elected to UN Committee for Persons with DisabilitiesWednesday, December 9, 2020 | Nigel Coke, Communication Director, JAMU
Floyd Morris, a member of the Andrews Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica, was elected a member of the United Nations Committee for Persons with Disabilities. The election took place on Monday, November 30, 2020.