The Conference’s telephone lines have not been working for the past 2 months now. We are not able to send out or receive calls from our landline numbers--(876) 984-2044; 984-5576-7.
This is due to an external challenge and we are not able to say how soon this problem will be fixed.
We apologize for the inconvenience caused and will inform you as soon as the problem is resolved. In the interim, you can contact us via e-mail (email@example.com).
Some CJC workers can be contacted via their CUG numbers. Please refer to our website for further contact information.
“The Seventh-day Adventist Church has too many frozen assets”, says Dr. Newton Cleghorne, Dean for the School of Religion and Theology at Northern Caribbean University. Dr. Cleghorne was guest speaker at the graduation service for the Central Jamaica Conference (CJC) International Institute of Christian Ministries (IICM) 2015 program.
Central Jamaica Conference is reaping great success from a non-traditional approach to evangelism.
“STOP and THINK” was the message that Camp Chaplin, Neals Chitan had for the youth who attended both teen and senior camps of CENCONYOUCA (Central Jamaica Conference Youth Camp) 2015.
Children and Adolescents Ministries at the Inter-American Division (IAD) recently launched a series of resources available online for children throughout the vast territory. The resources include five game apps, five animated shorts, as well as audio and interactive online books where character building and Christian values are reinforced.
The Board of Governors of the Willowdene Group of Schools voted to appoint Mr. Peter Williams as acting principal and Mrs. Beverly Harris as vice principal of the institution.
Pastor Gary Anthony Buddoo-Fletcher, former executive secretary in North Jamaica is the new Force Chaplain of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF).
The Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA) partnered with the National Health Fund (NHF) to conduct a free, two-day health clinic for the residents of Clifton Community in Portmore, St. Catherine.