Cathedral Sunday – Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Disestablishment of the Anglican Church in Jamaica

Theme: “Assessing the Past, Contemplating the Present, Strategizing for the Future” It has become the tradition of recent years that, on the afternoon of the last Sunday in the Church’s liturgical year celebrated as the Feast of Christ the King, that this cathedral be filled with children from Anglican Schools, …

Rev. Canon Ernle Gordon Dies

The Rev. Canon Ernle Gordon, one of the Anglican Church’s prominent and at times, controversial priests, has died at the age of 82.  Ordained a priest in 1968, he spent most of his ministry as Rector of St. Mary the Virgin Church, Maverley, serving there from 1972 until his retirement …

Pentecost (Season) Homily with Archbishop Gregory

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Message on World Teachers’ Day

October 5 each year is celebrated as World Teachers’ Day. It is a day when teachers across the world unite in their efforts to celebrate the achievements, successes, challenges and opportunities as they pursue the greatest vocation – that of teaching. October 5, 2020 marks the official start of the …

Robert McLean Thompson – Born to Minister

The Rt. Rev. Robert Thompson, who retires in August after 47 years of Ministry, declares that his decision to pursue his lifelong vocation in the Church was made for him by God. The Suffragan Bishop of Kingston, who was ordained a Deacon at age 24, admits that: “There were times …

COVID-19 and Clergy

New Normal for Ministry St. Paul’s Little London Cure includes St. Paul’s in Little London, St. Mary the Virgin in Negril, St. Silas in Mount Airy and St. Helena’s in Sheffield. All four churches in Westmoreland have different contextual features for mission and ministry. This posed challenges during the COVID-19 …

Tribute to Oliver Clarke

The Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands joins with the countless institutions and Individuals who are paying tribute to the late Oliver Fredrick Clarke. Read More below…

Easter Homily with Archbishop Gregory

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The Eucharist in a time of Physical Distancing

london.anglican.org/articles/the-eucharist-in-a-time-of-physical-distancing/March 31, 2020Communications A paper from the London College of Bishops: Since the earliest days of the Church, Christians have gathered together to bless, break and share bread and to bless and share a cup of wine in obedience to the Lord’s command, given on the night before He died, …

COVID-19 – A Call for Reflection says, Archbishop Gregory

The Most Rev. Howard Gregory, Archbishop of the West Indies and Bishop of Jamaica & The Cayman Islands, says that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) presents an inescapable call for citizens to reflect on how their life and that of the Jamaican society are structured, and how this impacts the life of …