We are in the capital, Belmopan. In this great city that is still growing little by little, we find this community of mainly Mayan families. Currently we have children's club in the home of Ochoa family every weekend, a family that speaks English, Creole, Mayan kekchi and a little Spanish.

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In this city we have Roldan Rios, an evangelical pastor who is doing some courses, with the FPH program dictated by the seminary Concordia of the Dominican Republic, to be a Lutheran pastor. Roldan shepherds two missions and also works in his radio station. We are currently collaborating in the teaching of scripture and catechism to these missions. We also started our first radio program to talk about the gospel and the work of the Lutheran mission in Belize. 

Valley of peace is a community of Central Americans, especially Salvadorans, who many years ago escaped from the guerrilla in their country. These last years have seen a new wave of immgrantes fruit of the conflict of pandillas. At home, Spanish is spoken and at school english. This is a new mission for us, this year we were able to buy a building in need of repair and we are working on it. Soon we will have more news. 

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​​Riversdale is a seaside village. We were able to access this village thanks to one of our VBS teams. Shortly after, our vicar Benjamin and his wife arrived, and now they have bible studies with the childre every weekend.
The children in riversdale show the beautiful multicultural image of Belize: English, Spanish and Creole.




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How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can anyone preach unless they are sent? As it is written: "How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!"​ 

Rom 10:14-15



​​This village has been our starting point for missionary work in Belize. Currently we have a building, which we use as a temple for Sunday services and environment for our teams of dentists, doctors, summer school and others. 
Within Seine Bight we work with Garifuna families and Hispanic families.