The Conference’s telephone lines have not been working for the past 3 weeks now. We are not able to send out or receive calls from our landline numbers--(876) 984-2044; 984-5576-7.
This is due to an external challenge and we are not able to say how soon this problem will be fixed.
We apologize for the inconvenience caused and will inform you as soon as the problem is resolved. In the interim, you can contact us via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Some CJC workers can be contacted via their CUG numbers. Please refer to our website for further contact information.
The current dilemma being meted out to our children in Jamaica and the entire world is one that is extremely unpleasant. Our children are being subjected to abuse and neglect.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that finds a constitutional right to same-sex marriage raises a lot questions for the church.
Thirty five Church Clerks from twenty one Churches within the Central St. Catherine and Portmore Zones were taught how to use the new Adventist Church Management System during a workshop held at the Central Jamaica Conference Office.
A U.S. federal judge has ruled that a Seventh-day Adventist employee was fired in apparent retaliation for his refusal to work on Sabbath and awarded him more than $150,000 in back pay.
Among the over 26 radio stations in Jamaica, NCU FM (owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica) ranks #5 among male listenership, according to the results of the most recent All Media Survey (2014).