Think on These Things (2020)

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.

DEC 27, 2020 Archbishop Howard Gregory delivers his Christmas Message in which he urges us to be God’s Agents of Transformation for the Vulnerable.
DEC 20, 2020The speaker was The Rev. R. Jim Parkes, Priest-in-Charge of the Morant Bay Parish Church and his reflection was based on the theme: “Good News for Bad Times.” 
DEC 13, 2020The Rev. Jerome Small, Priest-in-Charge at St. George’s Church, Grand Cayman, speaks on the topic: ” Joy and Thanksgiving amidst life’s challenges.”
DEC 6, 2020The Rev. Michael Brown, Chaplain of Kingston College, spoke on the theme: “The beginning of the Good News of Jesus.”
NOV 29, 2020The Rt. Rev. Leon Golding, Bishop of Montego Bay, speaks to the significance of Advent in our Christian journey and witness.
NOV 22, 2020The Very Rev. Sean Major-Campbell, Rural Dean for Kingston and Rector of Christ Church, Vineyard Town, addresses the inseparable relationship between the Kingship of Christ and servanthood.
NOV 15, 2020The Message was delivered by Sister Molly Walton, retired Head of the Church Army, and she addressed the importance of preparing for Christ’s return.
NOV 8, 2020The Rev. Louis Hurst, Priest-in-Charge of The Kingston Parish Church, speaks about the importance of being prepared for the second coming of the Lord.
NOV 1, 2020All Saints’ Day, November 1. The presenter, The Venerable Justin Nembhard, Archdeacon for the Montego Bay Region, speaks about the Beatitudes and their relevance to the Saints of God.
OCT 25, 2020Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost. The message is delivered by the Rev. Basil McLeod of the Falmouth Cure and he speaks about the God who cares.
OCT 18, 2020The Venerable Patrick Cunningham, Archdeacon of the Kingston Region and Rector of St. Luke’s Church, Cross Roads, discusses the Church’s responsibility to pursue its mandate of healing, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
OCT 11, 2020The Rev. Barrington Soares, retired Priest of St. Mark’s Church, Mandeville, speaks about the Gift of God’s Grace.
OCT 4, 2020The Very Rev. Richard Tucker, Rural Dean for St. Ann and Rector of the St. John’s Cure, Ocho Rios, spoke about: Being responsible stewards and giving to God what is due.
SEPT 27, 2020The Rev. Ula Ruddock, Supplementary Priest in the Holy Trinity, Bluefields Cure, Westmoreland, deliver the Message: “Christ, the Ultimate Authority.”  
SEPT 20, 2020The Rev. Claudette Johnson, Retired Priest of the Harewood Cure in St. Catherine delivered the Message which highlighted God’s faithfulness and unconditional love for his creation.
SEPT 13, 2020Rev. Michael Elliott, Rector of the Church of the Holy Spirit in Cumberland, Portmore, message is based on the assurance that, even in this time of COVID-19, the Lord will fight for us.  
SEPT 6, 2020Deaconess Dr Elaine Cunningham, offers advice about the transforming force of love in education, especially in the present COVID-19 environment.  
AUG 23, 2020The speaker is the Rev. Marjorie Downer, Priest-in-Charge of St. Peter’s Cure, Pedro Plains, St. Elizabeth, who points to the impact of Jesus on persons who recognize him as the Son of God, and who demonstrate this in their life.  
AUG 16, 2020The Rev. Dr. Patricia Johnson, Rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Manor Park, addresses the power of faith as demonstrated in the encounter between Jesus and the Canaanite woman, whose daughter he healed.  
AUG 9, 2020The speaker, The Rev. Canon Michael Allen, Rector of the Church of the Ascension, Mona, points to the duty of Christians to live as Christ did, for the well-being of the entire created order.
AUG 2, 2020Rev. Hilda Vaughan, Assistant Curate at St. Mark’s Mandeville Parish Church, reflects on the responsibility of the Christian in promoting social justice, brotherhood, peace and love against the background of the national celebration of Emancipation and Independence.
JULY 26, 2020Rev. Natalie Blake, Diocesan Director of Christian Education, presents, and her focus is the Parable of the Mustard Seed and the Kingdom of God.
JULY 19, 2020Excerpt of the Sermon by the Rt. Rev. Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Bishop of Dover at the Closing Service for Healing Conference 2020 
JULY 12, 2020The speaker is The Rev. Canon Charles Manderson, Rector, Church of the Reconciliation in Bridgeport, St. Catherine.  
JULY5, 2020The Message is brought by Rev. Craig Mears, Diocesan Director of Youth Ministries, and he speaks about the promise by Jesus to offer relief to those who lay their burdens at his feet.
JUN28, 2020 The message was delivered by the Rural Dean for St. Andrew and Rector of St. Margaret’s Church, Liguanea, the Very Rev. Franklyn Jackson, who focused on God’s provision for those who trust and obey him.
JUN21, 2020The Reflections are led by The Very Rev. Canon Collin Reid, Rector of the Cathedral of St. Jago de la Vega, Spanish Town.
JUN14, 2020Professor Patrick Bryan, Professor Emeritus of History at The University of The West Indies and Mr. John Aarons, Church Archivist, discuss the implications of the Disestablishment of the Anglican Church in Jamaica 150 years ago.
JUN7, 2020The Trinity Sunday message is delivered by the Rt. Rev. Robert Thompson, Suffragan Bishop of Kingston.
MAY 31, 2020The Message on the Gift of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost is delivered by the Most Rev. Howard Gregory, Archbishop of the West Indies and Bishop of Jamaica & The Cayman Islands.
MAY 24, 2020The message was delivered by The Rev. Leslie Mowatt, Rector, Church of St. Mary the Virgin, who spoke about the Ascension of Jesus and its implications for us.
MAY 17, 2020The message by the Very Rev. Leroy Johnson, Rector of St. George’s Church, Savanna-La-Mar and Rural Dean for Westmoreland, highlights the promise and role of the Holy Spirit in our life.
MAY 10, 2020Mrs. Elsie Aarons, Lay Reader at St. Andrew Parish Church focuses on the role of mother as the cornerstone of society.
MAY 3, 2020On Diocesan Children’s Sunday, Rev. Natalie Blake, Director of Christian Education, reads the Message from Archbishop Howard Gregory, and Mrs. Ena Barclay, Director of Anglican Schools, highlights parental care for children during Covid19.
APR 26, 2020Psychologist, transformational therapist, counsellor and educator, Dr. Sandra Hamilton, joins host, Tony Patel, in a conversation about homeschooling for autistic children.
APR 19, 2020In this programme, we present a repeat of the message delivered recently by the Rev. Garfield Campbell, Priest in Charge of the St. Mark’s Brown’s Town Cure , who addresses the importance of waiting on the Lord in times of trouble.
APR 12, 2020Our speaker, The Rt. Rev. Leon Golding, Bishop of Montego Bay focuses on the Easter message of hope and change which Christ’s resurrection still offers to our world as it faces the COVID-19 pandemic.
APR 5, 2020As we focus on the Passion of our Lord, the message is brought by The Rev. Canon Major Dr. Sirrano Kitson, Rector of St. Andrew Parish Church.
MAR 29, 2020The message is delivered by the Rev. Garfield Campbell, Priest-in-Charge of the St. Mark’s Brown’s Town Cure, who highlights the importance of waiting on the Lord in times of trouble.
MAR 22, 2020Think on These Things for Sunday, March 22. The message is delivered by the Archbishop of the West Indies and Bishop of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands, the Most Rev. Howard Gregory, who speaks to the Church and the nation regarding the challenge of the Coronavirus (COVID -19).
MAR 15, 2020The Reflections were led by Rev. Monique Blake, Priest-in-Charge of the St. Ann’s Bay Cure.  
MAR 8, 2020The message was delivered by The Rev. Michael Brown who spoke on the topic “Coming to Jesus.”  
MAR 1, 2020Church Army Sister, Norma Thompson, (Retired) led the Reflections in which she focused on the theme “Yield Not to Temptation.”   
FEB 23, 2020The Rev. Canon Dr Georgia “Grace” Jervis – Director of the Supplemental Ministry Training Program (SMTP) is interviewed about the Women in Ordained Ministry (WIOM)
FEB 16, 2020Message was delivered by the Rev. Kirk Brown, Priest-in-Charge of the St. Michael’s/Clarks Town Cure in Trelawny, and he focused on the relationship between will and deed.
FEB 9, 2020The speaker was Mr. Odane Hamilton, Member of the Kingston Parish Church and Treasurer of the Brotherhood of St Andrew. He shared thoughts on being a disciple. The Rev. Canon Hartley Perrin, Chairman, Clifton Boys’ Home, gave an update on the status of the current rebuilding programme.
FEB 2, 2020Today’s message is by the Rev. Howard Walters, Assistant Curate at the Cathedral of St. Jago de la Vega, who highlighted the importance of presenting ourselves to God with an attitude of thanksgiving.
JAN 26, 2020The third Sunday after The Epiphany. The Message is delivered by The Rev. Paul Sharp, Assistant Priest, Church of the Transfiguration, Meadowbrook.
JAN 19, 2020The Reflections were presented by The Rev. Olando Gayle, Priest-in-Charge of the Southfield Cure, St. Elizabeth.
JAN 12, 2020  Today’s message given by Rev. Hilda Vaughan, Assistant Curate, St. Mark’s, Mandeville Parish Church. She focussed on the Baptism of Jesus and its implications for baptised members of the Church.
JAN 5, 2020The guest is the Rt. Rev. Robert Thompson, Suffragan Bishop of Kingston, whose message highlighted the transformative power of the Epiphany of our Lord Jesus Christ.