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CIRMC Weekly Update November 21, 2019

Friday Nov 30, 2018
 
UCJCI Child Care and Protection Policy -17  persons complete training in CIRMC

At the 2015 Synod of the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, a Resolution was passed to develop a Child Care and Protection Policy for the whole church.  The policy not only protects our children but also protects our leaders, most of whom are volunteers. For the United Church, this is more than just writing a statement or providing guidelines, this is a powerful commitment – a totally new strategy of engagement – a church that values its children and young people above rubies. Every child matters! 

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CIRMC Weekly Update November 15, 2018

Thursday Nov 15, 2018
 
Cayman Prep and High School offers a world-class education to over nine hundred students and has a mission to enable students to become not only critical thinkers but responsible citizens and lifelong learners. CPHS is owned and operated by the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.   

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CIRMC Weekly November 8 2018

Thursday Nov 08, 2018
 
Chair of Council, Ms. Angela Martins was recently elected as the Convener of the Caribbean and North America Area Council (CANAAC). This edition focuses on ecumenical engagements with CANAAC, the World Communion of Reformed Churches and the Council for World Mission. 

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CIRMC Weekly Update November 1, 2018

Thursday Nov 01, 2018
 
Highlights from the Synodical Committees meetings held October 22-27, 2018 are featured in this week's CIRMC Update. 

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CIRMC Weekly Update October 4, 2018

Thursday Oct 04, 2018
   In this week's edition: The Rev. Dr. Gordon Cowans, in delivering the sermon at the Service of Induction for the Rev. Euthman Wray charged the Church to do ministry the way Jesus did it.  Council Meeting Highlights: Referral Act-CIRMC is in agreement with the proposed amendments to Chapter 5 of the UCJCI Constitution. Back to Church Sunday: - 1012 persons were in attendance in our Congregations on September 16, 2018.

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CIRMC Weekly Update September 27, 2018

Thursday Sep 27, 2018
 
Congregations engaging in Mission activities across the CIRMC are featured in this week's Update. To share in the Missio Dei is to understand our role in the life of the community as God's agents. We share in God's mission by meeting needs, touching lives, nurturing faith and making Disciples.

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CIRMC Weekly Update September 19, 2018

Wednesday Sep 19, 2018
 
Back to Church Sunday and the new Executive of the Cayman Islands Girls' Brigade Council are featured in this issue.

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CIRMC Weekly Update September 12, 2018

Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
 
This week, the Annual General Meeting of the Women's Fellowship of the CIRMC is featured. Information on the upcoming Lay Pastors' Course is shared in this issue as well. 

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CIRMC Weekly Update September 5 2018

Wednesday Sep 05, 2018
 
In this issue, we offer our sincere gratitude to Renita Barnes our former Programme Secretary and Communications Officer who has been accepted to pursue a post-graduate degree in Gender Studies. Council also welcomes the new High School  Principal for Cayman Prep and High as well as the new Receptionist at the Bethesda Counselling Centre.

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CIRMC Weekly Update July 25, 2018

Thursday Jul 26, 2018
 
In this issue of the CIRMC Weekly Update, summer events and programmes for youth are highlighted. Youth across the Cayman Islands joined for a week of excitement, activities, spiritual guidance, and mission consciousness. “Mission Possible” was the theme for the 2018 Summer Camps facilitated by the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. The church coordinated two camps from July 7 – 19. The first week for teenagers ages 13 – 17 and the second week for children ages 8 – 12. The update also highlights the first ever "Youth Splash" held at the end of June!

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