Officers of the newly organized Solid Rock Company shown here participating in the inaugural ceremony, with, from left, Pastors Shion O’Connor and Reinaldo Dracket.

The Cayman Islands Conference Solid Rock Ministry was formally organized as a Seventh-day Adventist Company on Saturday, January 27, 2018, in a brief ceremony attended by approximately forty of its members.

Pastor Shion O’Connor, President of the Conference, presided over the formal ceremony along with the other two administrators for the Conference, Pastor Reinaldo Dracket and Elder John Wesley.

Commenting on his delight with the growth of the Solid Rock Ministry and its newly established “Company” status, Pastor O’Connor said: “This ministry was strategically designed to reach a demographic in the Cayman Islands that we do not see much in our congregations.”

Continuing, Pastor O’Connor said: “We have seen very impressive growth with a total baptism of 16 persons since the ministry’s inception two years ago,” adding: “Along with six pioneer members who initiated the ministry, a regular group ranging between 30 to 50 persons worship each Sabbath.”

Officers of the newly organized Solid Rock Company shown here participating in the inaugural ceremony, with, from left, Pastors Shion O’Connor and Reinaldo Dracket.

With its organization as a company, the usual slate of officers has been appointed and the operations of the Company are fully established in line with the policies of the Seventh-Adventist Church.

This brings to two the number of companies that are in place in the Cayman Islands Conference, the second being the flock on Little Cayman.

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