"Making a difference in Majesty Gardens"
[St. Andrew Settlement 2017 Appeal Brochure]
The St. Andrew Settlement (SAS) was founded in 1965 by the Anglican Diocese in Jamaica as an outreach project of the St. Andrew Parish Church. The main objective of SAS is to aid the development of the Majesty Gardens community through spiritual and social activities including education, skills training, health care, youth development and environment awareness so they can build a healthy and productive community. The Community Center is also the registered shelter for the community during times of disaster.
The governance structure of The Settlement provides for management oversight by a Management Board which includes volunteers from the St. Andrew Parish Church, The Rector and a representative from the community. They meet on a monthly basis to review policy and the finances of SAS and set and approve the annual strategic objectives and programmes for SAS.
ADMINISTRATION AND STAFFING
The St. Andrew Settlement's day to day operational activities is managed by an Executive Director, who along with 2 Principals, a Social Worker, Nurse and 10 other full-time staff members provide services for the community.
The St. Andrew Settlement offers a wide variety of services which provide direct benefit to the residents
of Majesty Gardens. The key objective of our programmes is to educate, challenge and plant seeds of
transformation and spiritual development in the hearts and minds of members of the community.
These services and programmes are broken down into four (4) categories:
50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
The Mass of Thanksgiving was celebrated on Sunday, September 13, 2015 at the St. Thomas Mission, Majesty Gardens, to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of outreach in the community. Please see the article on the Diocesan website and see pictures in the "Sunday Camera".
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