Cayman Islands Conference for Adventist Churches is Going Global Via Cyberspace Webcasting

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Now anyone with Internet connection is able to join and view worship services!

Cayman Island conference of Seventh-day Adventist Churches, today announced LIVE and archived webcasting of its worship services as well as other programs. People all over the world can now watch Cayman Island SDA churches’ programs. The LIVE and recorded video broadcasts are anticipated to reach a wide spectrum of people worldwide.

“In response to Jesus’ command that we go into all the world and preach the Good News to all creation (Mark16: 15), and as part of our ‘Tell the World’ program, the Cayman conference is pleased to include people who are unable to take part in our services with this new technology,” said Dr. Jeff Thompson the Conference president.

The Cayman Island Conference has 13 churches and over 3000 members. Every week a different church will be featured. “Internet technology has removed many barriers to communication. We are happy that our webcasting will enable us to extend our reach and connect with people who are unable to attend in person,” said Pete Saunders, the Conference Webmaster.

PraiseCast is the company that provides the technology and support for the live and archived broadcasts via the Internet.

The stream videos can be viewed at any time at and are updated regularly. The LIVE broadcasts’ schedule will be posted on the conference website.

About Cayman Islands Conference:

The nucleus of the Seventh-day Adventist church in the Cayman Islands commenced in the year 1894 after Gilbert McLaughlin, a Caymanian sea captain, was converted and accepted the tenets of Adventism in Bonacca, Honduras and returned at East End, Grand Cayman and donated land for the first church. Now the conference consists of 13 churches and over 3,000 members.

About PraiseCast:

PraiseCast’s comprehensive services help religious organizations to use webcasting, podcasting and other Internet technologies as effective tools for communication, evangelism, improvement of member services and increased funding. To obtain more information, please visit

For more information contact:

Cayman Island Conference:    

Dr. Jeff Thompson        

(345) 949-2647                    


Vince Imani

(805) 688-3441


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