Entries by Shantal Walters-Wilson

MONDAY REFLECTION – Hide from God?

Monday Reflection – April 27, 2020 Hide from God?  They heard the sound of the Lord God walking in the garden at the time of the evening breeze, and the man and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the Lord God. Genesis 3:8   As I read today’s Watchword, I began thinking about the many games we used […]

MONDAY REFLECTION – Chosen for a Purpose

Monday Reflection – April 20, 2020 Chosen for a Purpose  The Lord said, “I have chosen Abraham, that he may charge his children and his household after him to keep the way of the Lord by doing righteousness and justice.” Genesis 18:19   Our Watchword today highlights Abraham’s special place in the heart of God. God himself says, […]

THE BISHOP’S MESSAGE – COVID-19

To:                   Ministers and Members of Moravian Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands Subject:           Pastoral Letter From:               Bishops Stanley Clarke and Devon Anglin Date:               March 19, 2020 Brothers and Sisters, we greet you with the comforting and strengthening presence of our Lord Jesus Christ. The current global phenomenon of the new Coronavirus/COVID-19can be […]

MEMORANDUM FROM P.E.C

MEMORANDUM TO: Bishops, Ministers, Congregations, Chair of District Conferences, Auxiliaries Leaders, Presidents of MMA & MWF and Youth Coordinators FROM: Provincial Elders’ Conference (PEC) SUBJECT: Postponement/Cancellation of Church Activities DATE: March 18, 2020 Please note the following: 1. It has come to the attention of the Provincial Elders’ Conference (P.E.C.) that worship serviceswere suspended in […]

MEMO FROM THE P.E.C re: COVID-19

MEMORANDUM TO: Bishops, Ministers, Congregations, Chair of District Conferences, Auxiliaries Leaders, Presidents of MMA & MWF and Youth Coordinators FROM: Provincial Elders’ Conference (PEC) SUBJECT: Guidance Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19) DATE: March 13, 2020 Dear Brothers & Sisters,By now most of you would have heard that Jamaica confirmed its eighth case of COVID-19. These are two […]

COVID-19 in Kingston, Jamaica.

Hello Family Good Afternoon!By now many of you would have heard that Jamaica confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in Kingston today. This is a female patient who travelled from the UK, who arrived in the island on March 04. I urge us to take every precautionary measure to aid in the prevention and control […]