SCNAs come together in Belize

Posted by Dana Hinton

June 14, 2021

After a year off, the SCNAs in Dangriga finally came out to be together. Sister Carlette travelled down to Dangriga this weekend to meet with the SCNAs. Excitement was in the air as this was the first time the group gathered after a year of Covid lockdown. The group met Friday and Saturday. The weekend was filled with quiet time, prayers, sharing and planning for the future.

4 Comments

  1. Eugenie Coakley

    It is very good to see everyone gathered! Truly a sign of hope.

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  2. Ann Moyalan

    Great news – Carlette and the SCNAs gathering in Dangriga for prayer & reflection. Real sign of Resurrection. I am thrilled , feel grateful and hopeful. Pray that there will be many more gatherings.

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  3. Maria Brocato

    Carlette , I know there was much happiness and laughter among you good people over your weekend. Blessings on each one!

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  4. Name *Joel

    Thank you Carlette for the gathering. In togetherness future becomes clearer and plans easier!!

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