Newly elected Anglican bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, the Rt Rev Dr Howard Gregory, never had his eyes set on the top position but has gladly accepted the opportunity to serve the people of the diocese.
Gregory has come to the office with a strong agenda in bringing the church forward and addressing some national issues which have been affecting the country's development.
The 61-year-old was chosen as the 14th bishop last week after a day-long deliberation at a special synod held at St Luke's Church Hall, Cross Roads.
Gregory received the two-thirds majority of the votes cast by both the clergy and lay representatives attending the synod on the second ballot.
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