Camp Meeting in the Cayman Islands: A Time of Transformation and Inspiration

Raising our voices in harmony at Camp Meeting 2023 – Choir singing in full force!

The Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists recently concluded its series of Camp Meetings, which began with Camp Meeting in Cayman Brac from January 6-8 and continued with Camp Meeting in Grand Cayman from January 11-14. The guest speaker for the series of meetings was Dr Peter Joseph, pastor of the Philadelphia and Redemption churches in the South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

The theme of this year’s Camp Meeting was “Transformed by the Word,” and attendees had the opportunity to hear how they can be transformed through a deeper understanding of the Bible. In his final sermon, titled “They Shall See His Face,” Pastor Joseph reminded the attendees that the ultimate goal for everyone living on earth should be to see Jesus face to face in heaven.

In addition to the regular aspects of the church service, there were also promotions by Cayman Academy, the school owned and operated by the Cayman Islands Conference, ADRA Cayman, who spoke about their recent house build for a needy community member. The Retention Department also gave an appreciation award to Cynthia Scott for her commitment to the East End Seventh-day Adventist church. A special award was also given to Sheila Woods, who recently retired from the Conference Office, by the Administrators of the Atlantic Caribbean Union.

For those unable to attend the Camp Meeting sessions or those who would like to revisit the content, all of the sessions can be found on the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventist’s YouTube channel CICMEDIAKY. CLICK HERE

In conclusion, the Camp Meeting in the Cayman Islands was a time of transformation and inspiration for attendees as they were reminded of the ultimate goal of Christianity, which is to see Jesus face to face in heaven. The event also allowed attendees to learn more about the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its mission in the Cayman Islands.

Written by: Devarro Whittaker, Associate Television Producer.

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