Jamaica News, March 16, 2018 – Reverend Al Miller
Montego Bay, St James (McKoy’s News) – Following the spate of murders which swept across St James in the year 2017 and over 18 murders recorded since the start of the year 2018, the St James Ministers Fraternal have now joined forces with other churches and spiritual groups on a drive, with the intention of healing the parish.
Reverend Al Miller, in a statement that they as leaders of the church want the nation to know that they have now joined forces with Civil Society and the Security Forces to affirm that they anticipate a great move from God.
Reverend Miller further stated that the church now accepts full responsibility to play their part in giving focus to the spiritual that will energize and create life to the social economy.
He further stated that they are not in any way ignorant of the economic and social needs – they understand it, but the spiritual forces as they have indicated is primary.
Reverend Miller was speaking at a function which was held at the Wexford Court Hotel in Montego Bay, St James earlier this week.