EJC lights a musical candle – Instruments 4 Change launched

Declaring that “it is better to light a candle than curse the darkness,” Eric Nathan, president of the East Jamaica Conference (EJC) of Seventh-day Adventists, officially launched Instruments 4 Change, the conference’s ambitious crime-reduction initiative which incorporates music at its core. Demonstrating the conference’s commitment to being instruments for change, ...
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Instruments 4 Change to connect youth with music – Adventists to launch music academy

The power of music is undeniable, and come December 29, the East Jamaica Conference (EJC) of Seventh-day Adventists will launch the Good Samaritan Inn School of Music, through the initiative, Instruments 4 Change. The goal is to engage at-risk young people in meaningful activities through music. A direct response to ...
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Sabbath Accommodation Case Takes One Step Closer to the U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. government’s top Supreme Court lawyer has recommended the Court hear a case with potentially far-reaching implications for Sabbath-keepers in the workplace. Noel Francisco, the U.S. Solicitor General, filed the brief December 9, 2019, in a case brought by Seventh-day Adventist church member Darrell Patterson against the national pharmacy ...
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Newly Elected Conference Officers

At the fifth quadrennial session of the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists which convened on 8th and 9th of December 2019 at the George Town Adventist Church, Pastor Reinaldo Dracket (Center) was elected to serve as president of the conference, Pastor Andrew Campbell (Right) as Executive Secretary and Mr ...
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With religious freedom under threat, is there a way forward?

Editor’s note: At a Capitol Hill press conference today, U.S. Representative Chris Stewart (R-UT) announced the introduction of a proposed law called Fairness for All. The legislation, which was introduced into the House of Representatives, aims to ensure that the free and open exercise of religion cannot be eroded, regardless of future ...
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Jamaica’s Security Minister Commends Adventist University’s Special Student Program

Jamaica’s National Security Minister Horace Chang has commended Seventh-day Adventist-operated Northern Caribbean University (NCU) for providing at-risk youth with the opportunity to pursue tertiary education through its RESCUE program. Launched three years ago, the program, Restoring Every Student’s Confidence Using Education (RESCUE), has since then spent more than $800,000 dollars ...
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In Inter-America, Summit Strengthens Collaboration Among News Content Providers

A select group of communicators and news content providers from across the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Inter-America recently met for two days of training and planning designed to strengthen news coverage and collaboration across the territory. The first-of-their-kind meetings, coined as the News Summit Advisory, drew two dozen communicators, news ...
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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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