WELCOME to The UWI Mona Anglican Community
We appreciate your taking the time to visit our Christian community’s web space. This web space for the UWI Mona Anglican Community offers: –
- communication whether through dissemination of vital information or by collectively sharing our testimonials
- information on upcoming and past events, recent news items and multimedia recordings
- outreach in many different formats to the surrounding communities and beyond
- family communion and togetherness as we become brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ
We worship every Sunday morning from 07:00AM to 09:00AM at the University of the West Indies, Mona Chapel in Kingston, Jamaica. If you are in the area; come by and visit; share with us in sending praises and thanksgiving to God.
FYI STICKY NOTES
- UWI Mona Grant | Apply Now!
- Message: Parenting and Social Justice | Sermon by Ambassador B. W. Blake
- Presentation: Restorative Justice | Report by K. Miller to Ash Wed. Panel Discussion
- Ash Wed. Panel Discussion: Parenting and Restorative Justice | Report by Canon Garth Minott
- Home At Last For Women In Need | Feb/2019 Gleaner
- Circular Letter | Info. Sheet | Registration Form | Healing Conference 2019
- Commemoration Service 2019 | Image Gallery
- Customer Service Agents | Servers & Chefs | Data Recorders | Construction | T.E.F. Intern | HOPE Summer Work | Opportunities 2019
- VTDI ICT Technical Support Programme | Training Opportunity
- Intentional Discipleship These Song | Listen & Appreciate
- Ruling Affirms The Right To Human Dignity By All | PANCAP Statement
- GMVP Project 2018 | Presentation
What I enjoy most about the UWI Mona Chapel is the way in which the sermons are structured and delivered. The sermons focus on using biblical lessons to directly solve issues within our Caribbean context. It is not merely abstract theology. After each sermon, I leave the chapel in a thoughtful mood and as the week goes by, I think about the lessons that were imparted on deeper levels. I feel empowered to challenge and bring down ideologies of inequity within our society and contribute to the building of a nation that is peaceful. Being introduced to these sermons has shown me that going to church is not just a routine that was enforced from childish days, nor is it a “feel good” experience for a few hours. Going to church is a lifestyle fueled by the love of a Creator for humanity. In fellowship with one another, we share in this love and gain ways to spread it to those in our circles of influence.”
Julian Gordon (medical student)
Born in Trinidad and Tobago, I was raised in the Christian (Anglican) faith all my life, and coming to a new country by myself I knew one thing had to remain consistent, church. I attended UWI Mona from 2012 to 2015 pursuing a BSc in Geology and Geography.
Getting to know the campus I was pleasantly surprised to find out that there was a church nearby, and of my same denomination. Fr. Garth and the long standing members of the church provided a welcoming space for me not only to grow in faith, but also to seek counsel during some of the rough times experienced during University life. I attended church as regularly as possible.
The small gatherings, potlucks and visits to other parishes/venues we some of my most cherished activities done with the church members, who eventually became my church family. It still brings a smile to my face whenever I think back on it.
If I had any words of encouragement to new Christian students of UWI Mona it would be to stay grounded in your faith. This is no easy task and you should not do it by yourself. Seek counsel and guidance from the welcoming arms of the church and it’s members. Fr. Garth and the congregation did that for me.”
Alicia Barrie (Geology student)