Phillipsfield Campsite to be one of the Best - Says NathanMonday, February 16, 2015 | Phillip E.L. Castell
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.
Thousands Attend Couples Convention To Reaffirm MarriageTuesday, February 10, 2015 | Nigel Coke
Approximately 2,000 couples attended and renewed marital vows with their spouses last Saturday during a Couples Convention at the Northern Caribbean University Gymnatorium in Mandeville, Jamaica. From as early as 8 a.m., couples young and old from across Jamaica were seen in long lines awaiting registration for the convention dubbed 'Journey Toward Intimacy', put on by the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (JAMU).
Avril Spence Thanked For Thirty Five Years of Service to Adventist Christian EducationFriday, February 6, 2015 | Phillip E.L. Castell
Words of appreciation, love and commendation were lavished on Ms. Avril Spence at a special appreciation dinner in recognition of her thirty five (35) years of service as a teacher at Kingsway Kinder Prep. School. The event was held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston on January 22, 2015.
Mass Melodies Of FreedomMonday, February 2, 2015 | Marcia Rowe, Gleaner Writer
Saturday's highly publicised inaugural Festival of Religious Freedom closed with a high-energy concert. The performers, a mass choir of 150 voices and select vocalists, were at times spirited and at others meditative, with songs that had the congregation in spiritual jubilation both inside and outside the National Arena.
In Jamaica, Adventist Church celebrates religious freedom and launches National Religious Liberty AssociationWednesday, January 28, 2015 | Rhoma Tomlinson/Jamaican Union/Adventist Review
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has opened a Jamaican chapter of its International Religious Liberty Association, which defends the rights of all faiths, at a festival attended by senior government officials and thousands of other people in Kingston. Leaders of the chapter, called the National Religious Liberty Association, said the group was needed because Jamaicans should not take their current religious freedom for granted.
KINGSWAY PREP. AND HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATE 72ND FOUNDERS DAYFriday, January 16, 2015 | Story and Photos - By Phillip E.L. Castell
The entire student population of the Kingsway Prep. and High School, along with teachers, administrative staff and special invited guests gathered to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of Founders Day under the theme, 'Because of them ... We can.' The event was held at the Kencot SDA Church on Friday January 16, 2015.
SPIRIT OF EVANGELISM REKINDLED AT LAITY CONGRESSFriday, January 16, 2015 | Phillip E. Castell
The fire of evangelism was reignited in East Jamaica Conference (EJC) at the Congress For the Renewal and Revival of the Role of the Laity held at the Hagley Park SDA Church on January 10, 2015 under the "That the World May Know".