Region 7: Manchester & St. Elizabeth

The parishes have a combined population of approximately 341,805 (STATIN: 2011 Population Census Report). There are nine assemblies, inclusive of three which are in a pioneering or resuscitating stage and a membership of 530. There are four (4) ordained, 12 general licensed and eight (8) local licensed ministers executing ministerial functions on behalf of the Organization.

ASSEMBLIES AND LEADERSHIP

Assembly LocationPastor/Overseer
Ebenezer ChapelMoreland Street, Porus P.O. Linton Llewellyn
El Bethel CathedralJob Lane ,Main Street, Christiana P.O. Linton Llewellyn
First UPC of Mandeville21A Brumalia Road, Mandeville Dale Fisher
Heaven's Way TabernacleCrn Central Road & West Street ,Black River Theophilus Archer
Hill Top UPCHill Top District, Parrottee P.A. Theophilus Archer
Junction UPC Market Street, Junction P.O. Linton Llewellyn
Stanmore UPCStanmore District, Malvern P.O. Roy Mills
Truth Tabernacle UPCSlipe District, Slipe P.A. St. Elizabeth Lovern Robinson
Vineyard UPCVineyard District, Box 111,Black River P.O. Patricia Dennis
Outstation/Daughter Work
Hill Top UPCParrottee District, Hill TopTheophilus Archer
Junction UPCJunction, St. ElizabethDale Fisher/Paul Waldo
Oxford UPCOxford District, St. ElizabethDr. Lyndon Johnson

BRIEF HISTORY OF THE PARISHES

Manchester

The parish of Manchester is located in west-central Jamaica, in the county of Middlesex. Its capital, Mandeville, is a major business centre, and the only parish capital not located on the coast or on a major river.

Facts on Manchester

Facts on St. Elizabeth