The call came from Deputy Prime Minister Sam Condor at the Seventh Day Adventist Church International Culture Day, on Saturday 7th July 2012.
He added that being a fairly small civilization that is changing the process of amalgamation, diverse races and cultures in this globalised arena are critical and it is incumbent upon all social entities, to contribute to the peace, goodwill and unity that we all yearn for, among Nations.
He further hailed the Seventh Day Adventist Church for playing a leading role in that regard.
Condor also said that the celebrations of the day came at a time when it appears, that division within the Christian world, is appreciated.
“And so today, we are encouraged through this event, to celebrate the cultural, ethnic, and racial diversity within our Church and communities at large,” Condor said.
He added that there is mounting concern, that many are attending conferences; listening to those speakers and reading those books and papers, which serve to confirm them, within their national divisions.
“Let us therefore use this day to learn and grow more in love and understanding. I am confident that the Church Family- members will continue to give from their lives; from their talents and from their gifting, a high measure of service and support for the public good,” he added.
International Culture Day is celebrated annually at different times, within various organisations and institutions worldwide.