EJC Appoints Officers to Fill Vacant Positions after 5th Quadrennial Session
Written by: Phillip E. L. Castell, Director, Communication, Public Affairs & Religious Liberty | Thursday, July 5, 2018
Two weeks after the 5th Quadrennial Session ended, the Executive Committee of East Jamaica Conference appointed officers to fill vacant positions in the Conference administration for the 2018 – 2022 quadrennium.
The following are the positions and officers voted by the Committee on July 3, 2018.
Education Director Dr. Donna Brown
Publishing and Community Services Director Dr. Lorenzo Brown
Spirit of Prophecy Director Pastor Leabert Williams
Auditor/ Financial Oversight Manager Elder Waldon Wright
Men’s Ministry & Prayer Coordinator/
Associate Family & Ministerial Director Pastor Manley Phillips
Music Ministry Director Pastor Linton Williams
Assistant Sabbath School/Personal Ministry Director Miss Denise Brown
All three Administrators of Jamaica Union Conference, (JAMU) were in attendance for the first Executive Committee Meeting of the new Administration and gave their nod of approval for the leaders chosen to serve the church for the next four years.
Education Director, Dr. Donna Brown was returned to that portfolio for the third consecutive term while Dr. Lorenzo Brown, who previously served as pastor of the Harbour View circuit of churches was asked to lead the publishing ministry and take up the community services portfolio.
Pastor Leabert Williams, who was elected to serve as Ministerial Secretary, was given the additional responsibility to lead as Spirit of Prophecy Director.
Elder Waldon Wright, who previously served as Health Ministries, Wills & Trust, Stewardship Director, was asked to serve as Auditor / Financial Oversight Manager of the Conference.
Pastor Manley Phillips was returned in his previous portfolio but was given the additional responsivity of Prayer Coordinator in the Conference while Pastor Linton Williams, who was returned as Executive Secretary of the Conference was given the additional responsibility to direct Music Ministry in the Conference.
Last but not least, Ms. Denise Brown was asked to serve as Assistant Sabbath School/Personal Ministry Director and will therefore work closely with Pastor Carl Cunningham who was elected to serve as the director for the department.
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