Laundale Munroe Off to Wider Service

  •   Adiese A. Jonas Murphy, Associate Communication Director
  •  Friday, May 24, 2019
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Pastor Laundale Munroe responds to the office staff during a service of appreciation and send-off on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 inside the Conference's Board Room. | PHOTO CREDITS:  France Chambers

It was a bitter-sweet moment for the Members of Staff of the West Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, as they expressed their gratitude to Pastor Laundale Munroe for his sterling contribution to the advancement of the mission in Western Jamaica. The outpouring of love was rendered during a special gathering held in his honour on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at the Conference’s Board Room.


“We wish you well” said Pastor Glen O. Samuels, President of the West Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.  “We know that you will hold your own in your own way. Your parents have also done well in laying the kind of foundation that you are now going to build on. We are mindful of the differences in culture and we trust that the story of three Hebrew Boys will forever be etched in your mind and that the Lord will forever remain in your heart” ended the President.


Effective June 1, 2019, Munroe will occupy his new portfolio as Senior Pastor of Maranatha Seventh-day Adventists Church in Brooklyn New York.


His employment to West Jamaica Conference, spans twenty-four years and eight months of unbroken service in various capacities: as a teacher, a District Pastor, a Pastoral Area Coordinator, and a Conference Director.


According to the former Personal Ministries & Sabbath School Director, he was most satisfied in ministry when he saw people brought into a saving relationship with Jesus. Throughout his ministry, he saw over 2, 000 persons baptized. He enjoys witnessing for His Master, Jesus Christ.


Though employed to the church, he often extended his service to the wider community. He served as a Justice of Peace (JP) and a Police Chaplain with the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF). He also lectured part-time at Northern Caribbean University, Montego Bay campus. 

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