Ethiopian Orthodox Church Distances Itself From Jah Cure’s Wedding?

Reggae crooner, Jah Cure, and television broadcaster/former Miss Jamaica World  contestant Kamila McDonald tied the knot recently, August 7, 2011, at the  Tryall Resort in Hanover. Numerous public and media pronouncements were that it  was an Ethiopian Orthodox wedding service, however the Ethiopian Orthodox Church  in Jamaica has placed an advertisement in today’s Sunday Gleaner, apparently  distancing itself from the wedding. Although Jah Cure’s name is not specifically  mentioned in the ad, it is obvious which wedding it is referring to.

Here are the details from the ad:


The Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Jamaica uses this medium to inform the  public at large that it had nothing do with a wedding that was performed at the  Tryall Golf Club, Hanover, on August 7, 2011.

This event could not have been carried out under the name of the Church, as  this would defy the Supreme Court’s decision on June 15, 2007, which indicates  that the schism are no longer members or a part of the church and prevents their  occupation of the church premises.

Signed: Rev. Fr. Wolde Dawit
Administrator /  Priest-in-Charge




1 comment
  1. its not Ethiopian orthodox church weeding ceremony!!
    but they looks like us /what they dress/ … they are
    completely out of our church.
    there is not a kissing schedule in the weeding ceremony of Ethiopian orthodox church.
    and we r so sorry about what they do.

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