Welcome – Get to know About us
Welcome to the updated website of The Diocese of Jamaica & the Cayman Islands (Anglican). The foundation of our Anglican faith and worship is based on the Scriptures and the Gospels, the Apostolic Church and the...
Intentional Discipleship
Intentional Discipleship is the new thrust by the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) “for every province, diocese and parish in the Anglican Communion to adopt a clear focus to reach the Community.
FAQs
What does it mean to be Anglican? What is Christian stewardship? How should we give? What is tithing? What is the church’s view on abortion? What is the teaching of the church on homosexuality?  ...
The Constitution and Canons
Canon Law "Canon Law begins from that basic affirmation of equity which is the fact of membership in the Body of Christ - a status deeper and stronger than any civil contract or philosophical argument....

NEWS

BSA Fathers’ Day Message
BSA Fathers’ Day Message
Fatherhood is about so many things.  It speaks to the kinship relation between offspring and father or a structure in...
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Live Streamed & Recorded Services – June 20
Live Streamed & Recorded Services – June 20
IF YOU ARE NOT SIGNED INTO FACEBOOK - USE GOOGLE CHROME TO WATCH COPY THE LINKS AND PASTE INTO THE...
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Nine Persons to be ordained
Nine Persons to be ordained
June 29, 2021, The Feast of Sts Peter and Paul  June 29 2021, the Feast of St Peter and St...
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The Church of England and Memorials to Slavery: Going beyond the Conversations
The Church of England and Memorials to Slavery: Going beyond the Conversations
When Father Sean Major-Campbell said in the June 2020 issue of The Anglican, that “Conversations about statues, buildings, monuments and...
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OUR VISION

The Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands, inspired by the Holy Spirit and through the energetic and joyful discipleship of its members at all levels and of all ages, commits itself to being an assertive influence for good on society; and to locate, engage and serve the wider society wherever they are, through individual mission and ministry, in faith, hope and charity; and to inspire and enlist recruits in active discipleship as members of the body of Christ and new members/stakeholders of a growing and dynamic Diocese.

OUR PURPOSE

To bring others into a relationship with God in Christ through our witness, mission and service.

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The God of the Unknown Future and the Blessing of Surrendered Obedience
The God of the Unknown Future and the Blessing of Surrendered Obedience
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BSA Fathers’ Day Message
BSA Fathers’ Day Message
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Live Streamed & Recorded Services – June 20
Live Streamed & Recorded Services – June 20
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Bible Moment: What is Hope?
Bible Moment: What is Hope?
“But if we hope for what we do not see, we wait for it with patience.” (Romans 8:25) Take a...
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Church Army: Mission Plan for 2021
Church Army: Mission Plan for 2021
At the beginning of 2021 a team comprising full-time officers and associates began to meet together to pray and plan...
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Nine Persons to be ordained
Nine Persons to be ordained
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Graduation at UTCWI
Graduation at UTCWI
Bertram Gayle Gains Distinction and Four Awards Five Anglican students have graduated from the United Theological College of the West...
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The Church of England and Memorials to Slavery: Going beyond the Conversations
The Church of England and Memorials to Slavery: Going beyond the Conversations
When Father Sean Major-Campbell said in the June 2020 issue of The Anglican, that “Conversations about statues, buildings, monuments and...
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OUR MISSION

Also known as Five Marks of Mission

  • To proclaim the good news of the Kingdom of God
  • To teach, baptize and nurture new believers
  • To respond to human need by loving service
  • To challenge violence, injustice, and oppression, and work for peace and reconciliation
  • To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and to sustain and renew the life of the earth

 

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