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St Andrew congregation calls for a Day of Prayer

October 15, 2014

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Dear Brethren: Our beautiful land of Jamaica is in crisis and needs healing. The Chik-V virus is wreaking havoc and the threat of Ebola looms over our heads. The Bible tells us in 2 Chronicles 7 verse 14….”When my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray, I will hear from Heaven and heal their land“. We are p.

Port Antonio Two Weeks Effort results in great success

February 24, 2014

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The Port Antonio Church of Christ in January hosted two weeks of Vacation Bible School and a one week Gospel Crusade. It was marked a notable success. Brethren from many points in the United States converged on the north eastern coastal town of Port Antonio, were prepared for weeks of community work. Their planned work included Vacation Bible School, door-k.

Annual Caribban Lectureship – Fund raising appeal

January 28, 2014

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Annual Caribban Lectureship – Fund raising appeal Dear Brethren, We greet you in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. The Churches of Christ in Jamaica will be hosting the annual Caribbean Lectureship on July 13 to 16, 2014 under the Theme Pressing towards the GoalPhil.3:12-16. This promises to be spiritually enriching, a grand time of fell.

Change in Order of Worship: St. Andrew church of Christ

November 28, 2013

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Hello: Could the following announcement be posted to this website, facebook, twitter and emailed out please? There will be a change in the order of service of the St. Andrew church of Christ effective December 8, 2013. Worship Service will begin at 9:00 am with Bible Study taking place after worship at 11:00 am. This will be the new schedule for the congregati.

Morant Bay coordinates street meetings for eastern communities

March 27, 2013

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On March 18th and 19th, the Morant Bay Church of Christ led two nights of street preaching in the communities of Bamboo River and Lower York, settlements on the south side of the eastern parish of St Thomas. The meeting held in Bamboo River was staged by the church for the first time in that area. “There was a need for this community to be exposed to the gospe.

Come Let us Reason together in Moneague

March 23, 2013

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Brethren from San Marcos and neighbouring areas in Texas USA spent their Spring Break on the north of island reasoning with the communities of Moneague and St Ann’s Bay on spiritual values that would help individuals personal development and relationship with God. Their efforts were centralized around the Moneague Church of Christ, Gospel Meetin.

Gayle calls on community to do something!

March 13, 2013

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The community of Gayle, a settlement in the parish of St Mary with a population of 3238 as of 2009, were challenged to “do something” during the two weeks Gospel Meeting hosted by the Gayle Church of Christ under the Theme “The sin of doing Nothing”. COCJamaica team made its way through the St Mary Hills, although not the quickest rou.

Patrick Gardens Tent Crusade Spurs Interest for COC City-wide Crusade

March 11, 2013

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contributed Bro. Gladwyn Kiddoe recently commented during a JSP Class at the Patrick Gardens COC that the Churches of Christ were pioneers in Tent Meetings in Jamaica during the period of the 1960s when the Church was first introduced to the Island. Like ‘one to one’ personal evangelism, Tent Meetings can be very effective in attracting and/o.

Street Meeting in Linstead Paves Way for Church Growth

March 1, 2013

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Recently, the Linstead Congregation had a street meeting to spread the word of God in the town square of Banbury, a community on the outskirts of Linstead town, St Catherine. Bro Dave Osbourne expressed no fear in letting the residents know that the Church was in the saving business and that it could be found in Linstead. Currently, the Linstead congregation.

Mandeville Singspiration speaks volumes

January 25, 2013

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Each third Sunday of January, the Mandeville congregation begins their year with a four (4) day Revival Meeting. The First Night is dedicated to singing and selected song leaders from across the island collaboratively lead the congregation in songs and hymns. Nothing can really describe the feeling of excitement that precedes the Singspiration in Mande.

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