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THE METHODIST CHURCH - JAMAICA DISTRICT CIRCUITS WITH THEIR CONGREGATIONS

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  1. Annotto Bay
  2. Buff Bay
  3. Port Maria
  4. Beecham Hill
  5. Hamstead
  6. Enfield

  1. Beechamville
  2. Golden Grove
  3. Epworth
  4. Beecher Town
  5. Irons Mountain
  6. Golden Spring
  7. Bensonton
  8. York Castle
  9. Pedro River
  10. Mount Waddy
  11. Alderton
  12. New Hall
  13. Fort George 

  1. Brown's Town
  2. Stewart Town
  3. Keith
  4. Vauxhall
  5. Edmondson
  6. Ecceleston
  7. Retirement
  8. Borobridge
  9. St. Andrew's

  1. Coke
  2. Arnold Road
  3. Ebenzer

  1. Duncans
  2. Brampton
  3. Sawyers
  4. Ulster Spring
  5. Warsop
  6. Stettin

  1. Elletson
  2. St. Marks's ( Harbour View)
  3. St. Pauls's ( Port Royal)
  4. Vineyard Town
  5. Wesley (Tower St. & Rosemarie Lane)

  1. Falmouth
  2. Fraserville
  3. Gransville
  4. Hague

  1. Grateful Hill
  2. Unity
  3. Bethuel
  4. Sargeantville

  1. Unity
  2. Christ Church (Frankfield)
  3. John's Hall (Ebenezer)
  4. Desire

  1. Lucea
  2. Riverside
  3. Mount Hannah
  4. Clifton
  5. Claremont

  1. Lyndhurst
  2. Pembroke Hall
  3. Balmagie
  4. Greenwich Town

  1. Mandeville - Wesley
  2. Wesly Mount
  3. Porus
  4. Frankfield
  5. Somerset
  6. Waltham

  1. Manchioneal
  2. Bethel (Fair Prospect)
  3. Fairy Hill
  4. Kensington
  5. Dalvey

  1. St. James (May Pen)
  2. Watsonton
  3. St. Joseph's (Old Harbour)
  4. Mount Hume
  5. Mitchell Town
  6. Hugh Sherlock

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  1. St. John's (Montego Bay)
  2. Bethel, Hopwell
  3. Beecham Sandy Bay
  4. Wesley, Lethe
  5. Mount Ward, Ramble
  6. Porter's Mountain
  7. Coke's View, Whithorn
  8. Haddo
  9. Mount Edmondson, Maroon Town
  10. Trinity, Anchovy

  1. Mount Fletcher (Mavis Bank)
  2. Content Gap
  3. Hall's Delight

  1. Ocho Rios
  2. Oracabessa
  3. Newstead
  4. Ramble
  5. Galina
  6. Pimento Walk

  1. Port Antonio
  2. Hope Bay
  3. Fruit Vale
  4. Bloomfield

  1. Braeton
  2. Portmore
  3. Trinity

  1. Providence
  2. Gordon Town
  3. Kintyre
  4. Constitution Hill
  5. Dallas

  1. St. Ann's Bay
  2. Ebenezer
  3. Hoolebury
  4. Steer Town
  5. Mount Zion

  1. Black River
  2. Geddes Mount
  3. Mountainside
  4. Braes River
  5. Newmarket
  6. Newcombe Valley
  7. Mulgrave
  8. Perksville
  9. Hill Top
  10. Vineyard

  1. Morant Bay
  2. Bath
  3. Yallahs
  4. Seaforth
  5. Port Morant
  6. Airy Castle
  7. Whitehorses
  8. Johnstown
  9. Bethesda
  10. Sunning Hill
  11. Hillside
  12. Aeolus Valley
  13. Old Pera
  14. Pear Tree River
  15. Ebenezer
  16. Somerset
  17. Farihaven
  18. Barking Lodge

  1. Wesley
  2. Meamsville
  3. Sheffield
  4. Little London
  5. Hewittville
  6. St. Patricks

  1. Spanish Town
  2. Linstead
  3. Ewarton
  4. Guy's Hill
  5. Garden Hill
  6. Mount Rosser
  7. Red Hills

  1. Watsonville
  2. Wesley (Moneague)
  3. Walkerswood
  4. Jefferyville
  5. Whitehouse

  1. Saxthorpe
  2. Stony Hill
  3. Red Hills
  4. Allman Hill
  5. Rock Hall
  6. Essex Hall
  7. Sterling Castle

 


Total 27 circuits and 171 Congregations.

 

ZONES


 

There are 171 congregations and 27 Circuits in the Jamaica Methodist District. A circuit is a group of congregations under the leadership of a Superintendent Minister. The circuits in Jamaica are arranged in 6 Zones headed by a Zone Chairman.

 

The composition of zones by circuit listings are as follows:

ZONE 1

Coke

East Kingston

Mt. Fletcher

Providence

ZONE 2

Grateful Hill

Lyndhurst

Western St. Andrew

ZONE 3

Frankfield

Manchester

MayPen

Spanish Town

Portmore

ZONE 4

Manchioneal

St. Thomas

Port Antonio

ZONE 5

Savanna-Ia-Mar

Falmouth

St. Elizabeth

Montego Bay/Mt. Ward

Lucea

ZONE 6

Beechamville/Bensonton

Watsonville

Ocho Rios

St. Ann's Bay

Duncans

Brown's Town

Annotto Bay


 

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