16 results for Christian-Missions in Jamaica
 
 

Bethel Baptist Church Pharmacy was founded on November 11, 1954 with a group of 15 young, fervent Christians. Bethel Baptist Church Pharmacy has been fortunate to have a rich history over the past 50 years. Bethel Baptist Church Pharmacy provides Music, Men's Brotherhood, Youth Related, Healing, Sunday school, Social Work, Mission & Evangelism, Women's Federation, Communications, House Prayer Fellowship, Bethel Lay Institute (BLI) and HIV/AIDS Outreach. Read more......Read less

 
 

Northern Caribbean University (NCU) is a private, liberal-arts institution, located in Jamaica, that is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference and the Atlantic, Ca ribbean Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventists (comprising the territories the Bahamas, Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands). With its main campus only 2 miles south of the town of Mandeville, in Manchester, and three regional campuses situated in Kingston, Montego Bay and St. Ann, this university offers a number of professional, pre-professional and vocational programmes in a spiritually wholesome and aesthetically pleasing atmosphere.

NCU operates in harmony with the beliefs, practices and educational philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. As such, it encourages students to relate their academic pursuits to their understanding of the Christian faith. It emphasizes the development of a sound Christian character and seeks to maintain an atmosphere, which fosters in its students, commit ment and growth in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Thus, faith and learning combine to prepare students for practical Christian usefulness.

In their conduct and dealings, faculty, staff and students alike must comply with the standards set by the institution in keeping with our Seventh-day Adventist beliefs.

For more information about Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, visit http://www.adventist.org.
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St. Joseph's Teachers' College is a Roman Catholic teacher training college in Kingston, Jamaica. It was founded in 1897 by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany a religious orde r for women in the Roman Catholic Church in Jamaica.

To all our readers, St. Joseph’s Teachers’ College (SJTC) welcomes you to our new website. It is our hope that you will use this medium to learn more about our college and that it will provide you with another career choice with a difference. St. Joseph’s Teachers’ College is a Catholic institution that has been in existence for over 116 years. Its early beginnings are grounded in Christian values based on Franciscan tradition through the life and work of the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany. This background forms the ethos of the college to this day

The college is firmly established and through its vision, mission, and core values it will continue to be unwavering despite much public discussion about teacher quality and oversupply of teachers in the Jamaican workforce. SJTC remains encouraged even when we are experiencing low intake of students for this academic year. This challenge is not unique to SJTC because another teacher-training institutions are experiencing a similar dilemma while at the same time, other institutions of learning are having a low student intake for this year because of serious financial challenges.

At SJTC, we are of the view that through challenges of this nature and otherwise, we will continue to be resilient with strong hope. Since our founding in 1897, we have weathered the “storms”. Now, it is safe to say that standing on the threshold and in moving forward, we will become even stronger, more relevant, and more effective in these times when education institutions are constantly being called upon to provide quality education. Therefore, in my view, quality education must be strongly aligned with quality teachers along with the values that tightly underpin such status.

Each year, SJTC con tinues to increase and enhance the teaching profession by adding some of Jamaica’s best professionals. In order to achieve such a task, SJTC reviews and renews itself and its deliverables so that we remain current and relevant in responding to the needs of our society and even the needs beyond our shores. When prospective teachers come to SJTC, they come because of what they read about the college, what their parents, relatives, friends, and alumni say about the college, all of which provide clear evidence that the good news is out there among the people. SJTC stands tall among the best
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Students Christian Fellowship & Scripture Union provides ISCF/UCCF Groups, Discipleship, Leadership Training, Evangelism & Mission and Daily Bread.

 
 

St. Joseph's Teachers' College is a Roman Catholic teacher training college in Kingston, Jamaica. It was founded in 1897 by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany a religious orde r for women in the Roman Catholic Church in Jamaica.

To all our readers, St. Joseph’s Teachers’ College (SJTC) welcomes you to our new website. It is our hope that you will use this medium to learn more about our college and that it will provide you with another career choice with a difference. St. Joseph’s Teachers’ College is a Catholic institution that has been in existence for over 116 years. Its early beginnings are grounded in Christian values based on Franciscan tradition through the life and work of the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany. This background forms the ethos of the college to this day

The college is firmly established and through its vision, mission, and core values it will continue to be unwavering despite much public discussion about teacher quality and oversupply of teachers in the Jamaican workforce. SJTC remains encouraged even when we are experiencing low intake of students for this academic year. This challenge is not unique to SJTC because another teacher-training institutions are experiencing a similar dilemma while at the same time, other institutions of learning are having a low student intake for this year because of serious financial challenges.

At SJTC, we are of the view that through challenges of this nature and otherwise, we will continue to be resilient with strong hope. Since our founding in 1897, we have weathered the “storms”. Now, it is safe to say that standing on the threshold and in moving forward, we will become even stronger, more relevant, and more effective in these times when education institutions are constantly being called upon to provide quality education. Therefore, in my view, quality education must be strongly aligned with quality teachers along with the values that tightly underpin such status.

Each year, SJTC con tinues to increase and enhance the teaching profession by adding some of Jamaica’s best professionals. In order to achieve such a task, SJTC reviews and renews itself and its deliverables so that we remain current and relevant in responding to the needs of our society and even the needs beyond our shores. When prospective teachers come to SJTC, they come because of what they read about the college, what their parents, relatives, friends, and alumni say about the college, all of which provide clear evidence that the good news is out there among the people. SJTC stands tall among the best
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Obistan Kinder Prep School has been in business since 1971. Obistan Kinder Prep School provides Kinder Garden and Prep, GSAT Preparation, Computer Classes, Swimming, Spanish a nd Music. Obistan Kinder Prep School offers christian based high quality education in a secured environment. Read more......Read less

 
 

Northern Caribbean University (NCU) is a private, liberal-arts institution, located in Jamaica, that is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference and the Atlantic, Ca ribbean Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventists (comprising the territories the Bahamas, Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands). With its main campus only 2 miles south of the town of Mandeville, in Manchester, and three regional campuses situated in Kingston, Montego Bay and St. Ann, this university offers a number of professional, pre-professional and vocational programmes in a spiritually wholesome and aesthetically pleasing atmosphere.

NCU operates in harmony with the beliefs, practices and educational philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. As such, it encourages students to relate their academic pursuits to their understanding of the Christian faith. It emphasizes the development of a sound Christian character and seeks to maintain an atmosphere, which fosters in its students, commit ment and growth in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Thus, faith and learning combine to prepare students for practical Christian usefulness.

In their conduct and dealings, faculty, staff and students alike must comply with the standards set by the institution in keeping with our Seventh-day Adventist beliefs.

For more information about Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, visit http://www.adventist.org.
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Caribbean Wesleyan College (CWC) is the most distinguished of its kind in the Caribbean and was established in 1996 after a merger of two Wesleyan Colleges in Jamaican and Bar bados. Our history spans many decades, and we are noted for providing trained Pastors, Ministry Workers and Scholars for the Wesleyan Church amongst other Holiness churches.

The CWC has made its mission to prepare students for holistic Christian services – witnessing, discipline and church governance, by exemplary biblical Wesleyan-Armenian doctrine and other academic disciplines. Our aim is to ensure that students, on departure of our institution, are capable of functioning as balanced Christian workers wherever they serve. They will seek to follow the will of the Lord, Jesus Christ and we guarantee they are grounded in biblical truth and are experienced Christians. All our students possess basic knowledge in the humanities and natural and social sciences. Our graduates understand and meet spiritual, legal and social requirements.

In the CWC environment, our students are trained alongside international staff and students. They preach, lead worship service and listen to others in your own chapel. They share meal times in comfortable dining facilities and their dormitories provide a restful haven.

The CWC make special exceptions to meet the varying needs of our students. We offer training opportunities for our mature students. You can take a single course whilst you decide on how you wish to proceed. You may audit a course, where you can attend the course but not sit the final exam (no credit), and you may do this with a short term intensive course (credit). There is access to financial aid and special payment plan. An online option exists for you to do some courses. If you wish to improve your CXC/CSEC grades, we can also help with this. For international students, the CWC will assist in obtaining the relevant documentation.

The Caribbean Wesleyan College is fully re gistered with the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) and fully accredited by The Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association (CETA).

Only college in Savanna-La-Mar
Students possess knowledge in the humanities, natural and social sciences
Graduates are capable of functioning as balanced Christian workers wherever they serve
Understand and meet spiritual, ethical, legal and social obligations.
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Junior World (Learning & Activity Cen) Ltd provides education for age between 1- 6 years children. Junior World (Learning & Activity Cen) Ltd offers Preschool, Kindergarten, A fter School Care/ Activities, Summer Camp, Dancing, Football, Swimming, Computer, Spanish Club, Karate and Meals.

Junior World is a Limited Liability Company with a Board of Directors made up of its founders. Junior World believes in giving back and contributes to seven charities, both locally and abroad, including charity for children in need. Our children are taught to share and care for themselves and others. Since September 2014 Junior World has introduced a Grade 1.

Mission:
Our mission is to mould young lives so that they may become productive and positive children, and by extension positive adults.

Junior World previously knew as a Day Care Facility continues to offer preschool and kindergarten stimulation and an after-school program for children ages 1 to 6 years old
however, Sep tember 2014 Junior World opened its first Grade-1 class the beginning of our Preparatory School level. The school is registered with the Early Childhood Commission, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, and aims for excellence at all times.

Philosophy:
"We believe that we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us, and under Him, we must do our best (for only the best is good enough) to ensure that the children are given a good early start so they may do well in their later years".
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Northern Caribbean University (NCU) is a private, liberal-arts institution, located in Jamaica, that is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference and the Atlantic, Ca ribbean Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventists (comprising the territories the Bahamas, Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands). With its main campus only 2 miles south of the town of Mandeville, in Manchester, and three regional campuses situated in Kingston, Montego Bay and St. Ann, this university offers a number of professional, pre-professional and vocational programmes in a spiritually wholesome and aesthetically pleasing atmosphere.

NCU operates in harmony with the beliefs, practices and educational philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. As such, it encourages students to relate their academic pursuits to their understanding of the Christian faith. It emphasizes the development of a sound Christian character and seeks to maintain an atmosphere, which fosters in its students, commit ment and growth in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Thus, faith and learning combine to prepare students for practical Christian usefulness.

In their conduct and dealings, faculty, staff and students alike must comply with the standards set by the institution in keeping with our Seventh-day Adventist beliefs.

For more information about Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, visit http://www.adventist.org.
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Northern Caribbean University (NCU) is a private, liberal-arts institution, located in Jamaica, that is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference and the Atlantic, Ca ribbean Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventists (comprising the territories the Bahamas, Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands). With its main campus only 2 miles south of the town of Mandeville, in Manchester, and three regional campuses situated in Kingston, Montego Bay and St. Ann, this university offers a number of professional, pre-professional and vocational programmes in a spiritually wholesome and aesthetically pleasing atmosphere.

NCU operates in harmony with the beliefs, practices and educational philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. As such, it encourages students to relate their academic pursuits to their understanding of the Christian faith. It emphasizes the development of a sound Christian character and seeks to maintain an atmosphere, which fosters in its students, commit ment and growth in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Thus, faith and learning combine to prepare students for practical Christian usefulness.

In their conduct and dealings, faculty, staff and students alike must comply with the standards set by the institution in keeping with our Seventh-day Adventist beliefs.

For more information about Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, visit http://www.adventist.org.
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Northern Caribbean University (NCU) is a private, liberal-arts institution, located in Jamaica, that is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference and the Atlantic, Ca ribbean Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventists (comprising the territories the Bahamas, Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands). With its main campus only 2 miles south of the town of Mandeville, in Manchester, and three regional campuses situated in Kingston, Montego Bay and St. Ann, this university offers a number of professional, pre-professional and vocational programmes in a spiritually wholesome and aesthetically pleasing atmosphere.

NCU operates in harmony with the beliefs, practices and educational philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. As such, it encourages students to relate their academic pursuits to their understanding of the Christian faith. It emphasizes the development of a sound Christian character and seeks to maintain an atmosphere, which fosters in its students, commit ment and growth in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Thus, faith and learning combine to prepare students for practical Christian usefulness.

In their conduct and dealings, faculty, staff and students alike must comply with the standards set by the institution in keeping with our Seventh-day Adventist beliefs.

For more information about Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, visit http://www.adventist.org.
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MBI was established in 1971 under the auspices of the Christian Brethren in Jamaica. It was started through the spiritual vision of Mr. Emile Turner, a Jamaican Missionary, wh o became founder President. Mr Frank Fenton, an English Missionary, was its first Principal.

MBI started out in a building on the 15-acre Christian Brethren property at Mineral Heights occupied by Midland Training Centre (which now houses the Midland Preparatory School). In 1980 the Lord miraculously provided the present facilities at Curatoe Hill, which encourages expansion and growth.

During the Fall Semester of 2003, the Bible College was closed in order to allow necessary building works to be carried out. It was during this period that Midland Bible Institute was registered as a limited company with the Office of the Registrar of Companies in Jamaica with a newly formed Board of Directors. These events marked a significant step in the reorganization of MBI.

At MBI, we are committed to prep aring men and women to be teachers of God's Word, for service and ministry in missions, discipleship, local and cross-cultural evangelism, education and leadership for the general advancement of the Kingdom of God.

The aim of MBI is expressed in our motto: Training the whole man to reach the whole world. We seek academic excellence for each student through careful training and instruction in the Word of God, and seek to develop disciplined lives surrendered to the Lord Jesus Christ.
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Victory Academy is a private, Christian, co-educational high school offering quality educational instruction to students ranging from Grades 7 through 11 inclusive of a specia l education unit. The school is duly registered with the Ministry of Education, Reg. No.IS/02/299/08 Vol. 02 Folio 299 (Ministry of Education), and the Jamaica Independent Schools Association (JISA).

Victory Academy caters primarily to average and above average students who desire a disciplined environment and prefer the benefits of a smaller class. The school is committed to class sizes averaging 15 students.

Students are prepared to sit the Cambridge General Certificate Examination (GCE) at the Ordinary Level, or the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and the SAT’s with a view to equipping students to matriculate to tertiary institutions upon graduation. The curriculum will vary based on the dominant need of the students. The curriculum is a combination of local and international, with a heavy focus on individualization and mastery of concepts, as well as exploration and creative thinking.

Victory Academy acquired the 20 year operations of Covenant Christian Academy (High) in 2007. The school continued the mandate of Christian education focusing on moral training, character development, leadership training, citizenship, integrity and the social graces. It believes in imparting integrity, self confidence, love, discipline and the appreciation for the sanctity of life…all qualities of a good human being.

Service to the poor and support to the less fortunate have been the driving force behind the school’s missions and community service, which all students are required to be involved in.

In an effort to affect inner-city communities, the school offers scholarships to 10 needy students each year, with a view to resocialising them and equipping them with the strength of character, commitment and skills needed to go back and impact their communities.
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The Caribbean Graduate School of Theology was established in Kingston, Jamaica in 1986 under the sponsorship of the Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association, (CETA) a con sortium of some 50 undergraduate theological institutions scattered throughout the Caribbean region and belonging to various church groups.

Accredited by the University Council of Jamaica, CGST operates interdenominationally and stresses commitment to the Christian worldview, academic excellence, contextual relevance, spiritual sensitivity and practical involvement. Our purpose is to participate in shaping the future of the Caribbean by training men and women who have a passion to change our region for the better by the application of Biblical principles to professional life.

Mission
To provide Christians with quality and Christ-centred graduate level training, for the strengthening of the Church, the transformation of Society in the Caribbean and beyond, for the glory of God.

Vision
An ever-increasing number of Godly men and women, deployed in the Caribbean and beyond who will have transforming impact in Church and Society.

Passion
To have a transforming impact on Church and Society by providing a teaching/learning experience that integrates Biblical principles and academic excellence.
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