Road Safety in Focus at Portmore Deanery Day

More than 300 persons attended the annual Portmore Deanery Day Service on Sunday, September 18 at St. Paul’s Church in Greater Portmore. The day’s activities under the theme “Save One More Life” focused on road safety; and involved representatives of the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) who discussed with members …

CSEC Distinctions for Young Achiever at St. Matthew’s, Allman Town

Congratulations to 17 year-old Tyresse-Jordon Beadle, a student at Kingston College (KC) and a member of St. Matthew’s Church, Allman Town, who excelled in the 2016 sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations. Tyresse-Jordon achieved distinction in all ten subjects which he sat; and is now enrolled in …

St. Matthew’s Church Celebrates Canon Weeville Gordon

Unveiling of a plaque in honour of former Rector, the Rev. Canon Weeville Gordon, will be the centerpiece of the Patronal Service at St. Matthew’s Church, Allman Town, next Wednesday, September 21. The plaque will be unveiled by his widow, Mrs. Ellonia Gordon. The Rt. Rev. Robert Thompson, Suffragan Bishop …

Education Sunday

A Message from The Rt. Rev. Robert Thompson Suffragan Bishop of Kingston & Canonical Administrator Sunday, September 11, 2016, is Education Sunday. In Luke’s gospel, chapter 15, Jesus speaks to the experience of where our world is today. A world filled with people who are lost. We know the story …

Sermon by the Rt. Rev. Robert Thompson Suffragan Bishop of Kingston & Canonical Administrator Diocese of Jamaica & The Cayman Islands at Christ Church, Morant Bay on Education Sunday, September 11, 2016

The God of Lost Sheep SERMON Text: LUKE15:2 & 7 “And the Pharisees and Scribes complained. ‘This man they said welcomes sinners and eats with them.’ …. “I tell you” said Jesus, ‘there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one repentant sinner than over ninety-nine virtuous ones who have no …

Rebuilding of Wortley Home in Progress

Rebuilding of the Wortley Home for Girls, which was destroyed by fire in June 2015, is now in progress. The J$46 million construction project is being managed by Food for the Poor under a Memorandum of Understanding with the Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands which manages the Home; …