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CJC elects Levi Johnson to third term presidency


Published: 14-06-2018 |


The Central Jamaica Conference (CJC) has asked Pastor Levi Johnson to serve as president of the constituency for 2018 to 2022. 

Delegates made the election on June 14 at the 5th quadrennial session of the conference convened at Camp Verley.

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Newly elected president of Central Jamaica Conference, Pastor Levi Johnson is congratulated by Pastor Everett Brown, president of the Jamaica Union Conference. Pastor Johnson was elected president for the 3rd term by the Nominating Committee at the 5th Quadrennial Session of Central Jamaica Conference | Credits: Justin Miller

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This  will be Johnson’s third term serving as president.

 In 2010, Pastor Johnson was appointed president after the then president, Pastor Everett Brown was called to the presidency of the Jamaica Union. In 2014, Johnson was asked to lead the conference for the 2014-2018 quadrennium.

  Johnson declared that he pondered the request and has accepted his selection for the next four years.

 “I am deeply humbled by the fact that this house has chosen Levi Johnson to be president of this great conference for the simple reason that so many others could have been chosen but you have chosen me, “ Johnson said.

 He asked that the constituency keep him and his family in their prayers.

 Johnson was congratulated by president of the Jamaica Union, Pastor Everett Brown, and the presidents of the North, North East and West Jamaica conferences pastors Karl Archer, Arlington Woodburn and Glen Samuels respectively. 

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Pastor Levi Johnson greets his wife Barbara after giving a short acceptance speech to the delegates. | Credits: Justin Miller

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He was also supported by his wife Barbara.


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