Think on These Things

Think on These Things is a programme of Christian witness done by the Diocese. It features Clergy and Laity alike conversing about various topics. It airs on RJRfm at 4:45 pm every Sunday afternoon.

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MAY 22
MAY 15The Rev. Michael Elliott, Rector of St. Mark’s Parish Church, Mandeville, focuses on the commandment by Jesus that we love one another.
MAY 8A special Children’s Sunday edition focusing on the theme “Caring for God’s Creation, Caring for God’s Children.”
The programme is hosted by Bethany Johnson of St. Boniface Church, Harbour View, and Abram Marrett of the Church of the Ascension, Mona Heights
MAY 1The programme featured Part Two of the highlights from the Charge delivered by Archbishop Gregory at the Opening Service of the annual Diocesan Synod.
APR 24The programme featured the first part of highlights of the wide-ranging Synod Charge delivered by Archbishop of the West Indies and Bishop of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands, The Most Rev. Dr. Howard Gregory.
APR 17Easter Day, April 17.
His Grace the Most Rev. Howard Gregory, Archbishop of the West Indies and Bishop of Jamaica & The Cayman Islands, delivers his Easter Message.
APR 10The Rev. Captain Dwane Blackwood, Chaplain for the Eastern Command of the Jamaica Defence Force, concludes our Lenten series with a reflection on the theme “Jesus strengthens us in Holy Communion.”
APR 3The Rev. Louis Hurst, Priest-in-Charge of the Kingston Parish Church, continues the series on Jesus and the Lenten disciplines with a reflection on the theme “Jesus supports us with scripture through testing times.”
MAR 27The Rev. Khan Honeygahn, Rector of St. Jude’s Church, Stony Hill, continues our Lenten series with a Meditation on the theme: “Jesus Gives us Counselling for Healing.”
MAR 20The Rev. Natalie Blake, Diocesan Director of Christian Education, continues the Lenten series with a Reflection on the theme: “Jesus helps us through penitence and repentance.” 
MAR 13As we continue the series on Jesus and the Lenten disciplines, The Rev. Garfield Campbell, Rector of The
St. Mark’s, Brown’s Town Cure in St. Ann reflects on the theme “Jesus encourages acts of mercy.”   
MAR 6In the first of a series of Reflections on Jesus and the Lenten disciplines, The Rev. Canon Garth Minott, Deputy President, and Anglican Warden at the United Theological College of the West Indies, speaks on the topic: “Jesus gives us hope to overcome temptation.”
FEB 27The Rev. Don T. Lewis, Rector of the Montpelier Cure in St. James, reflects on the theme: “Listening to the voice of God.”
FEB 20“Love your enemies” is the theme of the Message delivered by The Rev. Canon Charles Manderson, Priest-in-Charge of the Bridgeport, Greater Portmore Cure.
FEB 13The Message on the Theme “Trusting God in difficult times” was brought by The Rev. Ula Ruddock, Priest in the Supplementary Ministry assigned to the Holy Trinity, Grange Hill Cure and St. Thomas Church in Bluefields, Westmoreland.
FEB 6 The Message was delivered by The Rev. Prince Taylor-Younge, Rector of the Holy Trinity, Retreat Cure, in St. Mary; and his theme was: “Faith in the midst of the storm.”
JAN 30The Message delivered by The Very Rev. Leroy Johnson, Rector of St. George’s Parish Church Cure, Savanna-la-Mar, and Rural Dean for Westmoreland, focused on the subject “God’s Call.”
JAN 23The Rev. Zelphya McLaren, Priest in the Supplementary Ministry, attached to St. Augustine Church in Coral Gardens, Montego Bay, reflected on the question: “What does God require of us as servants of Christ?”
JAN 16The meditation was led by the Very Rev. Canon Sirrano Kitson, Rector of the St. Andrew Parish Church and Rural Dean of St. Andrew. He spoke on the theme: “We’re enlightened by Jesus to proclaim him as Lord and Saviour.”
JAN 9The meditation, led by the Rev. Seymour Hutchinson, Priest-in-Charge of St. Cyprian’s Cure, Highgate, St. Mary, was based on the theme: “The God who identifies himself with us.”  
JAN 2Dr. Eleanor Henry, Chairperson of the Diocesan COVID-19 Management Committee, discusses the Committee’s mandate and the way forward with Host, Tony Patel.