Stettin and Duncans Pastors To Be Ordained

Posted on Feb 23 2017

Duncans & Stettin District Pastors to be Ordained

The Jamaica Union Conference Executive Committee on Thursday February 23, 2017 voted to accept the recommendation of the North Jamaica Conference Executive Committee to approve for ordination Pastors Amiel Summerbell and Tavuhn Thomas of the Stettin ad Duncans Districts respectively. Both pastors will be ordained to the gospel ministry at a service to be held on Saturday March 11, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. at the Brown’s Town Church.

Pastor Amiel Summerbell 

Pastor Summerbell, who hails from the parish of St. Ann graduated from the Northern Caribbean University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religion and Theology with emphasis in Pastoral Concentration and a minor in Greek Exegesis. Currently, he is pursuing a Masters Degree in Project Management.

He has served the Salem, Brown’s Town, Falmouth and St. Ann’s Bay districts as intern Pastor until his appointment as Associate Pastor of the Stettin District, where he now Pastors.

He is a volunteer Chaplain in the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Chairman of the Board of Management for the Lowe River Primary and Junior High and a member of the Board of Management for the Albert Town High School.

He is happily married to Ronnet Lawrence and has as his philosophy the prized text of Romans 8:28 “All things work together for good to them that love the Lord and are called according to His purpose”.

Pastor Tavauhn Thomas

Born in the garden parish of St. Ann, Pastor Tavauhn Thomas graduated from the Northern Caribbean University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Theology. He then migrated to the United States for further training.

Since his employment in the North Jamaica Conference, he has been intern Pastor within the Ocho Rios, St. Ann’s Bay, Salem, Moneague, Brown’s Town and Stettin Pastoral Districts. In 2013, he was appointed District Pastor of the Duncans District, where he currently serves.

He is a volunteer Chaplain for the Jamaica Constabulary Force and has been instrumental in the planting of the Spicy Hill Seventh-day Adventist Company.

He is happily married to Patrice Brown and lives by the philosophy “I am just a nobody trying to tell everybody about somebody who change anybody into somebody”.