Sermon preached by The Rt. Rev. Howard Gregory Bishop of Jamaica & The Cayman Islands (Anglican) at the Opening Service of the 148th Synod of the Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands  at St. James’ Parish Church, Montego Bay  April 3, 2018

Mark 1:14-20 Theme: Intentional Disciples: Called and Empowered There are moments in life when we experience a sense of an inner urging or disturbance of the spirit which can only be described as a “call” that comes to us, which is of a far-reaching nature, and which has the potential …

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Bishop’s Day Saturday, January 6, 2018  Mission of The Conversion of St. Paul, Greater Portmore, St. Catherine. Click here for Sermon ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”1000″]  

SERMON BY THE REV. NATALIE BLAKE ASSISTANT CURATE, ST. MARK’S CHURCH, MANDEVILLE AT THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. JAGO DE LA VEGA, SPANISH TOWN AT THE ANNUAL CATHEDRAL SUNDAY SERVICE ON THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING NOVEMBER 26, 2017

Let us pray: O holy God as we gather, we pray that your spirit may be with us, light the way O Lord and show us where we are to follow, open our hearts and pour your wisdom in and through us to the world. Amen. It is the end …

SERMON DELIVERED BY THE REV. CANON JOHN KAFWANKA DIRECTOR FOR MISSION, ANGLICAN COMMUNION OFFICE    AT THE ANNUAL CONVENTION BROTHERHOOD OF ST. ANDREW THOMAS YE VALE CHURCH, BOG WALK

  Theme: Rising to the Challenges of Today Deuteronomy 30:11-18       Matt 4: 18-22      Romans 10: 8b-18 I am very encouraged by the choice of your theme for this convention and I must commend you for it. I am encouraged by your courage to take on the challenge of wanting to …

SERMON PREACHED BY THE RT. REV. HOWARD GREGORY, BISHOP OF JAMAICA & THE CAYMAN ISLANDS AT THE INSTALLATION OF FR. GARTH MINOTT AS A CANON OF THE CATHEDRAL OF SAINT JAGO DE LA VEGA ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

I am told that some of the children who attend school in the area and pass by this Cathedral call it “the duppy church”. The presence of graves below various sections of the floor of the Cathedral, as well as the presence of the plaques and statues, give to the …