As the Central Jamaica Conference prepares to select officers to serve for the next four years at the 4th CJC Quadrennium Session, it also reviews the work of the administration whose tenure has just ended.
This quadrennium the CJC was led by Pastor Levi Johnson.
Amid warm temperatures and a serious drought, the brethren gathered at the 4th quadrennial and 18th session for the Central Jamaica Conference sought the rain of the Holy Spirit before committing to the business at hand. The session is being held at Camp Verley in Spring Garden, St.
The Ministry of Health, as part of its overall plan to have a smoke free society has engaged the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica to assist in its smoking cessation (quitting smoking) drive with their “Breathe Free” programme.
Over 500 men from across Central Jamaica Conference, Family Life Ministries Directors and other Conference Administrators from the Central Jamaica Conference and the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists congregated at the Sydenham Seventh-day Adventist Church, St.
In keeping with the Metro-Mission 2014 (MM14) agenda to bring ‘hope to the city’ the Seventh Day Adventist Church partnered with the Kiwanis club in providing a well needed facelift at the Gregory Park Post Office, Portmore, St.Catherine, on Labour day, Friday May 23, 2014.
The team was lead by Pastor Everett Smith, Community Services Director of the Cen
In 2010 it was reported that there was an estimated 650 Jamaican adults and 800 or so children and adolescents without a permanent roof over their heads. Today, statistics reveal that there has been a steady increase in the number of homeless people in Jamaica.
With a growing need for every Jamaican to tackle the social ills that plagues our country, the Pastors’ Wives from Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (CJC) will be hosting a Shepherdess Conference on Sunday, June 1, 2014. The event will be held at the Northern Caribbean University Gymnatorium in Mandeville.
On Sabbath April 12, Doncaster Seventh-day Adventist Church (formerly Mars Hill company) became the newest church in the Central Jamaica Conference (CJC) of Seventh-day Adventist when it was officially opened by the conference executives.
The church will make the 192nd church in the Central Jamaica Conference and will join the Coleyville District of Churches under th