World Church Executive Committee Votes to Postpone General Conference Session

The Executive Committee of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (EXCOM) votedMarch 19, to postpone the 2020 General Conference Session until May 2021. The vote comes after a March 17 recommendation from the General Conference Administrative Committee (ADCOM) to delay the 2020 General Conference Session (GC Session) by up to two years due ...
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To be read in all Churches in Jamaica Union Conference

RELEASE #1: COVID 19 Advisory Jamaica has now joined many other countries in the world in confirming two cases of the COVID-19. The World Health Organization (WHO) has now classified COVID-19 as a pandemic. While we pray earnestly that we will not experience an epidemic here in our beautiful island, ...
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Professor Harris Presents Climate Change Book to PM

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has commended Professor Mark Harris of Northern Caribbean University (NCU) on research findings which point to the possible use of red dirt from the bauxite extraction process to produce cement, which can then be used to build roads. This is among the research findings contained in ...
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H.S. Walters Health Centre Launches First Diabetes Call Centre in Jamaica

Most Jamaicans can confirm that they have a relative or know someone with 'Suga'. 'Suga' or diabetes is a prevalent non-communicable or lifestyle disease. According to the World Health Organization's website, diabetes is 'a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body ...
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EJC President makes passionate plea for members to become engaged in soul winning

East Jamaica Conference president, Dr. Eric Nathan made a passionate plea for every member of the church to do all they can to win at least one member for the Lord in 2020. The top Adventist church leader in the Conference was addressing pastors, elders and local church leaders gathered ...
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Kenyan Seventh-Day Adventists want religious freedom – and atheists have become their greatest ally

In Western Kenya, a group of atheists want to protect religious freedom. After a principal suspended 17 Seventh-day Adventist students for refusing to sit for exams held on Saturday, when they observe sabbath, the country’s main association of atheists threatened to sue him for infringing on the students’ religious freedom ...
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Coronavirus claims first Adventist

Seventh-day Adventists are being asked to pray and show Christ-like compassion as the new coronavirus claims its first church member in China and threatens to disrupt public mission work in various parts of the world. In China, the local branch of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency is shipping in ...
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Our History

A Brief History of the Jamaica Union Conference and its Five Regions...

After 104 years of existence, the territory of West Indies Union Conference was reorganized during a Ceremony of Separation, which took place at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) on Monday, November 29, 2010...

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