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  • Service List for – December 4 (12/3/2022) - IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A FACEBOOK ACCOUNT – USE GOOGLE CHROME TO WATCH BY COPYING THE LINKS AND PASTING THEM INTO THE GOOGLE CHROME BROWSER HOMILY WITH ARCHBISHOP GREGORY SEE BELOW LINKS TO PAGES & CHANNELS – Live links will be added after (Second/Third links are LIVE) Service Times …
  • International Teachers ‘ Day (10/5/2022) - On this International Teachers ‘ Day, The Diocese of Jamaica salutes our teachers past and present for your tremendous contributions to the growth and development of our schools.You have influenced our young people over many years to become stalwarts in their schools, communities, and nation.You have produced professionals, artisans, craftsmen, …
  • Ordination 2022 Announcement (6/29/2022) - Archbishop Howard Gregory has announced the Ordination ofCourtney Carridice, Monnecia Duncan, Bertram Gayle, and Kamar Prendergastto the Sacred Order of Priests and Javanie Byfield, Kerry Parchment Carr, Robert Green, and Carol Vaughnsto theHoly Order of Deacons on the Octave of the Feast of Sts Peter and Paul July 3, 2022, …
  • “Be a Barnabas” New Bishop of Kingston Charged (6/14/2022) - The Rt. Rev. Garth Minott, has been encouraged to adopt the characteristics of Barnabas, the Christian Saint, whose Feast Day was celebrated on Saturday, June 11, which coincided with Bishop Minott’s ordination and consecration as the seventh Suffragan Bishop of the See of Kingston. The challenge was extended by The …
  • Canon Garth Minott to be Consecrated as Bishop on June 11 (6/8/2022) - PRESS RELEASE The Rev. Canon Garth Minott, Deputy President and Warden of Anglican Students at the United Theological College of the West Indies (UTCWI) will be ordained and consecrated as the seventh Suffragan Bishop of Kingston on June 11, The Feast of St. Barnabas, at the Kingston Parish Church. The …
  • Barbara Gloudon Tribute (5/13/2022) -
  • Reflections on the 151st Diocesan Synod (4/24/2022) - I am thinking of the Charge given at the synod service, the fact that there is much in it to unpack as we break silence [with more than words spoken], to re-imagine a fractured nation. Leadership The Jesus Way: I would like to further explore the Charge’s Christian application, given …
  • Synod Charge delivered by The Rt. Rev. Howard Gregory (4/23/2022) - BISHOP OF JAMAICA & THE CAYMAN ISLANDS AT THE 151st ANNUAL SYNODOF THE DIOCESE OF JAMAICA AND THE CAYMAN ISLANDS IN THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. JAGO DE LA VEGA, SPANISH TOWN ON APRIL 19, 2022 Theme: “God’s Church for God’s World: Breaking the Silence, Re-imagining a Fractured Nation“ Primary Text …
  • Archbishop’s Easter Message 2022 (4/17/2022) - Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! By his great mercy he has given us a new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead The young people in our Diocese have been invited to participate in an essay competition …
  • Commemorative Service for Archbishop Tutu (3/16/2022) - Archbishop Tutu, who died on December 26, 2021, came to prominence internationally when he was consecrated as the first black Bishop of Johannesburg in 1985; and during his tenure, he publicly endorsed an economic boycott of South Africa and a campaign of civil disobedience in an effort to dismantle Apartheid. In 1986, he was translated to become Bishop of Cape Town and Archbishop of the Church in the Province of South Africa – another first for a black man.
  • Hymnologist Karl Fuller Authors Book of Meditations (3/10/2022) - Inspired by the intensive biblical research for his long-running radio programme Great Christian Hymns, noted Anglican Hymnologist, Organist, and Choir Director, Karl Fuller, has written a book for spiritual reflection. Titled 40 Meditations, the publication will be launched on Thursday, March 10 at The St. Andrew Parish Church at 2.00 …
  • Canon Peter Mullings Passes (1/12/2022) - For Immediate Release Veteran Anglican Clergyman, the Rev. Canon Peter Mullings, who was as an ordained minister in the Diocese of Jamaica & The Cayman Islands for 59 years, died yesterday (January 11), following a brief illness. Canon Mullings, who was trained at St. Peter’s College, the Diocesan institution which …

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