Jamaica Medical Mission
The Jamaica Medical Mission is an annual humanitarian mission to
Port Maria, Jamaica, and surrounding communities,which has been
in existence for 30 years
In 2010 St. James Episcopal Church
became the host church.
Next years date is
January 30, 2021 thru February 6, 2021
Sponsored by St. James Episcopal Church, we are a group of volunteers who travel to Jamaica, in the West Indies, to provide health care, free of charge, to the impoverished in Port Maria and the surrounding communities. We strive to achieve and maintain a strong Christian relationship with our host church, St. Mary’s Anglican Church, as we fellowship and serve in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ Being a mission of the church, the driving force is
Matthew 25:35-36: …”for I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; I was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me”…
We accept both professional health care and non-health care volunteers. All volunteers must be the right match for this type of work, and work well with others in less than ideal conditions. Health care professionals must have an up-to-date and valid license in their various fields of health care. Providing this humanitarian service is uplifting and volunteers return home touched in unimaginable ways. Volunteers pay their own way. All donated funds are restricted for mission purposes only. This Mission has been in operation for 30 consecutive years. The yearly average number of people seen was 1,800.
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