More than 60 people attended a May 20 public affairs and religious liberty forum hosted by the East Jamaica Conference of Seventh Day Adventist church, according to a Mormon Newsroom article.
Many of those in attendance were ambassadors for their communities and churches; speakers included Seventh Day Adventist leaders and LDS Public Affairs Director for the Caribbean, Rafael Gutiérrez. They spoke on topics such as freedom for all in making decisions related to religion and the commonalites between the Seventh Day Adventist church and the LDS Church.
In addition, the Seventh Day Adventist church plans on calling over 2000 religious liberty ambassadors by 2020.
Read more about the forum here.