Thanks to telecommunication companies LIME and Digicel, students at the Miracle Tabernacle Free Town
Church of God of Prophecy in Clarendon, enjoyed some well needed back- to- school supplies.
On Sunday, following their children service the students eagerly collected their back- to- school supplies.
For lay minister Valerie Campbell-James, it was a joy with a tinge of sorrow.
“I wish we had enough so that every single person in the church and the surrounding environs could receive but the reality is that things are tight,” she said.
However, with the goal being to impact one life at a time, the outreach arm of the church presses on.
The church also received contributions from the Atlanta-based Anthony Malvo, who shared in the vision and thought it great to give back to his country.
Malvo recently released his latest album “Stronger” which is already doing well on the Foundation Radio Network Music Chart. The lead single “Perhaps” is climbing the singles chart.
Snacks for the kids were provided by Honey Bun.
With this treat behind us now, we are looking forward to our next project which is the annual children’s treat during which kids from the community are feted and given a gift at the end of the day.
Sunday School Superintendent Marcia Thompson Bryan says in spite of the challenges, she is hoping that sponsors will still come on board to ensure the tradition is maintained.
The Miracle Tabernacle is co-pastored by Zebulah Aiken and comes under the umbrella of the Church of God of Prophecy in Jamaica and the Grand Cayman.
To get in contact with the outreach arm email: firstname.lastname@example.org