Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding turns on four brand new AC Units in the reception area of the HS Walter’s Health Centre. These machines were donated by the Central Jamaica Conference Administration in an attempt to improve the lives of the patients and workers there.
The Bethel Church, that started in 1969 under the name Richmond, was abandoned soon after its inception and the building closed for several years. Today, it has its own church building dedicated to the glory of God.
In an effort to improve the quality of sound provided by the local churches during their worship services, the Communication Department of Central Jamaica Conference (CJC) hosted a one-day seminar in Basic Sound Engineering for local church Audio Technicians.
The Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and the owners of the House of Blessing Lifestyle Centre (HBLC), a US-based company have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a five-star quality lifestyle center/resort on a part of the property at Camp Verly in Spring Gardens, St. Catherine.
In a letter addressed to the Central Jamaica Conference Executive Committee, dated July 13, 2016, Pastor Ronnie Henry, Executive Secretary of Conference, informed the Committee of his decision to retire in January 2017.
The Adventist Church in Central Jamaica through its Health Ministries Department established its annual Health Summit and Lecture Series in memory of the late Hiram S. Walters, the first President of CJC. The inaugural summit was held on the on the weekend of July 9-10, 2016 at the Sydenham SDA Church in St. Catherine.
The Good Samaritan Inn (GSI), which has been serving the needs of street people for the past 12 years, opened a new health center last week at its headquarters in Kingston, Jamaica.