Sun | May 31, 2020

Something Extra | Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | April 7, 2020 | 12:00 AM
Gospel songbird Rhoda Isabella gave a powerful performance to the delight of the online listeners.
Karl Williams (left), senior vice-president of Sagicor Group Jamaica, human resources and corporate services, greets Reverend Astor Carlyle of the Webster Memorial United Church, who brought a word of encouragement to ‘Rejoice’.
JEP Group representatives gather for a photo with Kathleen Cooper (second right), acting CEO of Kingston Public and Victoria Jubilee hospitals, in front of one of the four donated 10 x 10ft heavy-duty canopy tents assembled outside the Outpatient Department. The tents will aid the hospital with crowd control, triaging zones, and ensure safe working conditions for our medical partners as we tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Actor and comedian Ity Ellis hosted the gospel session and added light and laughter with his usual comedic relief.
From left: Sagicor team members and members of the Sagicor Praise choir – Alicia Dixon, Shanakay Ritchie, and Aeon King rejoice in song during the live online gospel session.
DJ Rebirth kept the inspiration going with a mix of traditional and contemporary gospel songs.

Online is the new norm for socialising these days, and Sagicor is using its platform to inspire and motivate its team members, and others, during what has been a challenging past few weeks. While adhering to social-distancing protocols and the other measures in place to mitigate the spread of the virus, the company hosted ‘Rejoice’ – a live online social media gospel session to provide inspiration to their team members and thousands of listeners and viewers worldwide. Here are some highlights.