Bishop Conrad Pitkin says recent deadly events at religious establishment in St. James not true representation of the Church

by October 19th, 2021

Despite recent deadly events at a controversial religious establishment in Albion St. James, Former Chairman of the Jamaica Umbrella Group of Churches, Bishop Conrad Pitkin, is encouraging Jamaicans not to lose faith in God and the Church.


Three persons were killed during a cult-like ritual at the Pathways International Kingdom Restoration Ministries on Sunday (October 17).


Speaking with IRIE FM news, Bishop Pitkin says the incident might have cast a shadow over the Church, but this is no indication that the Church is no longer strong or faithful.


While he empathizes with those who would’ve been affected, he maintains that Sunday’s incident is not a true representation of the Church.



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