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CJC Online Church

The CJC Online Church is committed to "Staying Connected, Building Faith and Changing Lives". Come and worship with us on our YouTube channel or on WatchCJCLive.com.

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Bible Study & Sabbath School Lesson Guides

Are you looking for a Bible study lesson that will strengthen your faith? These Bible Study Lessons are designed to help participants deepen their understanding of Scripture in a thought-provoking…

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Churches

There are 220 churches and companies within the territory of Central Jamaica Conference. Each church is organized for service within the community through worship, community outreach and evangelism. Our services…

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Radio Programs

Listeners now have access to an exclusive selection of radio programmes produced by the Central Jamaica Conference. Our programmes, Morning Manna, Heralds of Hope and Lifeline will provide listeners with…

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Upcoming Events

Save the Dates! Don't miss out on the exciting events coming up in the Central Jamaica Conference. Get ready to experience unforgettable moments of inspiration, learning, and fellowship with fellow…

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CENCONYOUCA 2024

START DATE:
Tuesday, July 16, 2024, 9:00 AM

END DATE:
Tuesday, August 6, 2024, 12:00 PM


LOCATION:
Camp Verley, Spring Village, St. Catherine

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Operation Big Blessing Health Fair & Community Impact

START DATE:
Sunday, July 7, 2024, 9:00 AM

END DATE:
Saturday, July 13, 2024, 2:00 PM


LOCATION:
Under the Big White Tent (Blessed Hope Evangelistic Series)

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Stewardship Symposium St. Catherine

DATE:
Saturday, July 20, 2024
TIME:
9:15 AM to 7:00 PM

LOCATION:
Seventh-day Adventist Church Portmore

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Featured Video

REBROADCAST Sab , Sept 30, 2023 Sabbath Worship Service Pastor Robert Williams 8 30AM

The CJC Online Church invites you to join us for a worshipful rebroadcast experience. We begin our Sabbath Worship Service with “Moments” where we lift our hearts in thanksgiving and supplication during ‘Moments in Prayer’, glean wisdom and understanding from 'Moments in the Word', let our voices ascend as we celebrate God's goodness in ‘Moments in Praise, and better understand our work and mission through Moments in the Spirit of Prophecy. We continue with our Jewels! Followed by Praise & Worship, The Church at Study and much more. Our Divine Hour Speaker is Pastor Robert Williams, Assistant to the President for Evangelism, CJC and the Senior Pastor of the Seventh-day Adventist Church Spanish Town under the caption “Goodness Towards My Enemies”. A blessing awaits so invite your friends and family to be a part of this worship experience.

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Father's Day Greeting - From the Desk of the President

Everyone needs a powerhouse: a reliable place to replenish; and Christian fathers are favoured to know that our source of strength is God. We confidently confess with the psalmist: The LORD is my rock and my fortress, my Savior, my God, my mainstay in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the strength of my salvation, my stronghold (Psalm 18:2).

Local Conference | Nevail Barrett
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Coke: ‘Many employers ignorant of religious liberty rights’

Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL) Director at the Jamaica Union, Nigel Coke, says a greater understanding of religious freedom among local employers and other stakeholders could reduce the constitutional infringements believers face.

Local Conference | Lawrie Henry
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Floyd Morris makes history as first blind professor at UWI

Senator Floyd Morris has become the first visually impaired person to be appointed a full professor at The University of the West Indies (UWI). Morris, who was advised of his promotion yesterday by the UWI Appointment Committee, will be professor of disability studies at The UWI.

The Gleaner | Lester Hinds, Writer, The Gleaner