Zone 1-3 Communication leaders challenged to do moreTuesday, March 24, 2015 | Fabia Phillips-Lawrence
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.
Youths give back for GYD 2015Monday, March 23, 2015 | Fabia Phillips-Lawrence
For the third year running, several youths from across East Jamaica Conference participated in numerous activities to mark the General Conference’s annual Global Youths Day (GYD). They along with thousands of youths worldwide were engaged in various projects as they were encouraged to “Be the Sermon” by showing their love for Jesus in their communities.
Hope for the Family Campaign Begins with Recognition to Community LeadersThursday, March 19, 2015 | Phillip. E. L. Castell
The ‘Hope for the Family’ gospel campaign began with a positive community impact on March 14, 2015 as the Stony Hill Police station and HEART TVET Institute Stony Hill Campus, were recognized by the Stony Hill Circuit of SDA Churches for their contribution to the building of the communities which they serve.
Zone 4 Communication Leaders benefit from workshopTuesday, March 17, 2015 | Fabia Phillips-Lawrence
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.
EJC Campsite named as JAMU Labour day ProjectThursday, March 12, 2015 | Phillip E.L. Castell
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.
Special Needs Awareness day declaredWednesday, March 11, 2015 | Fabia Phillips-Lawrence
Beginning Sabbath March 14, 2015, all Seventh-day Adventist churches island wide are to observe a Special Needs Awareness Day with emphasis on persons with disabilities. A declaration was signed at Camp Verley in St. Catherine on Sabbath March 7 by the Jamaica Union Conference President, Pastor Everett Brown, during the inaugural staging of a Special Needs summit in the island.
The Aeolians Visit EJCTuesday, March 10, 2015 | Fabia Phillips-Lawrence
Two days before departing the island of Jamaica, the Aeolians visited the East Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Headquarters during their morning devotion to spread some spring cheer. The much esteemed choir, which is from Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama in the United States, had been in the island for over a week on their Spring Mission Tour for 2015.