A spiritual blessing to start the year is how many of the over 160 pastors who attended the Jamaica Union Conference Pastors’ Prayer Retreat described the event. The event was held at Camp Verley, the Central Jamaica Conference camp site located in Spring Garden, St.
“Let the elders that rule well be counted worthy of double honour, especially they who labour in the word and doctrine”. (I Tim. 5:17)
For many years and in many circles, Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists has been recognized as an outstanding Conference. Our fame extends as far as to the General Conference level. Many individuals seek to know the secret of this success. Yes! We acknowledge God as our supreme director, who leads in our plans and activities.
The Willowdene Group of Schools (WGS) was adopted by the Washington Adventist University (WAU) in a special adoption service held at the Family of God Seventh-day Adventist Church on November 28, 2013.
“I am not an adopted child, but I know it is always good to be adopted by a respectable family.
The Villmore Seventh-day Church, located at 2 Fordyce Drive, off Brunswick Avenue, Spanish Town, St. Catherine, was dedicated on the weekend of December 13-15, 2013 under the theme: “We Have Come This Far by Faith”. This significant milestone was only possible through God’s miraculous intervention, direction and power.
Northern Caribbean University’s (NCU) Debating Team added their names to annals of great achievers to represent the noble Mandeville based institution. Team NCU displayed their debating skills on the international stage in Chennai, India, at the World’s Universities Debating Championship (WUDC), held December 27, 2013- January 3, 2014.
History was created on November 30, 2013 when Twickenham Seventh-day Adventist Church became one of the newest organized churches in Central Jamaica Conference (CJC).
It was an atmosphere of triumph and jubilation as scores of visitors joined with the brethren at Twickenham to witness the ceremony, which was officiated by CJC President, Pastor Levi Johnson, Secretary, Pas
November 29, 2013 marked a historic day in the life of the Simon Seventh-day Adventist Church. This small district tucked away in the hills of Clarendon is the home of an Adventist church and for the last three years, a basic school.
As Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists wraps up the Year of the Laity celebrations, the Personal Ministries Department planned and implemented a two week reaping programme across the Conference called Lay Preach-A-Thon.
The Greater Portmore Seventh-day Adventist Church became the 188th organized church in Central Jamaica Conference after the ceremony was conducted on November 23, 2013. The service was held on the lawns of the Ascot High School, with the church meeting hall, the school auditorium, as a part of the backdrop.
On Sabbath, September 21, 2013, the Sugar Hill Seventh-day Adventist Sabbath School was organized into the 187th Church in Central Jamaica Conference. Over 60 persons formed the nucleus of the new church, making Sugar Hill S.D.A.
Decked out in their colours of purple, yellow, blue and green, one hundred and one students participated in the inaugural graduation of the International Institute of Christian Ministries, held on Sabbath November 2 , at Family of God SDA church in Spanish Town.
The International Institute of Christian Ministries is an umbrella under which various types of trainin
It was an overwhelming show of support for the work of the laity as thousands gathered at Camp Verley, Spring Garden, St. Catherine to participate in the Central Jamaica Conference’s celebration of the Inter-American Division “Year of the Laity”.