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Ministry Continues in Roatan

I feel like I just arrived in Toronto and now it is almost time to go back to Roatan.

Stephen and I visited numerous parishes and supporters in Ontario and have now joined Kara and Kelly in New Brunswick.

It has been wonderful seeing so many of our supporters again and meeting new people too.

Our family is very grateful to all those who have hosted us, provided transportation and meals, and the fellowship that has been offered.  We sincerely thank you.

Things are going well in our churches in Roatan; the leaders are doing a great job.  The Methodist Priest came last Sunday and our Dean is coming on the 21st of June, and on the 28th one of the leaders will take a turn.  On the 4th of July I will return to Roatan to continue serving the Lord.  Kara, Stephen and Kelly will stay back in New Brunswick until August 1st.

Please continue to pray for:

  • The rest of our deputation time, for safe travel around the Province and for continued financial support for the next three years.
  • Our congregations: St. Peter by the Sea in Brick Bay and Emmanuel in Coxen Hole.
  • For our leaders in both congregations: Will, Gerardo, Aura, Lazaro, Sharon, Cindy, Karolina, Karina, Jennifer and Yessy, that they continue growing and serving the Lord faithfully.
  • For Short Term Mission Teams that are planning to come to Roatan next year: from Miramichi New Brunswick in February; from New Song Anglican Church in Port Perry, Ontario, in March; from St. George’s Anglican Church in London, Ontario, in April.
  • For St. Anne`s Episcopal Church in Tampa Bay, Florida. They are coming to Roatan on a cruise early next year.  We plan to meet at the church in Coxen Hole for worship and give them a tour.
  • For the ongoing construction in Coxen Hole; we hope to start on part of the roof when I return.
  • Spiritual and practical outreach in the local communities.

Thank you very much for your prayers and continued support that enables us to do the ministry that the Lord has called us to do.

May God continue to richly bless you.


Mejia Family

Nelson and Kara’s Deputation this Spring!

We will be in Canada for deputation this Spring! Kara arrived in New Brunswick April 6 to begin visiting New Brunswick parishes, while I will arrive in Ontario May 29 for nine days before joining Kara in New Brunswick for three weeks. I will then return to Roatan, Honduras prior to Kara and care for both the Brick Bay and Coxen Hole church until Kara’s return later in the summer.

SAMS Canada

Nelson Mejia’s Toronto Area Itinerary

May – June 2015

Friday, May 29            Arrive in Toronto

Saturday, May 30

Sunday, May 31          Morning Service, Christ Church St. James Humber Bay

Monday, June 1           Morning… Kitchener

Evening at St. Bride’s, Clarkson

Tuesday, June2           Orillia …afternoon

Wednesday, June 3     London…St. George’s Church

Evening  Emmanuel Church, Richvale…Geoff  Beatty

Thursday, June 4        Travel to Wellington

Friday, June 5,            Lunch with clergy in Kingston, St. Mark’s Church

Saturday, June 6         To Port Perry

Sunday, June 7            New Song Church, Port Perry

Monday, June 8           To New Brunswick

Kara’s Schedule 2015     New Brunswick

Sunday April 12          St. John’s Fredericton, 8:00 and 10:30 services

Monday April 13         Miramichi for Haiti    7 pm  This is a group of individuals which has gone to

Haiti twice already and are planning another trip.

Sunday  April 19         Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton morning services 10:00 & 11:45

Saturday April 25        Kara attending SSU 40th year Celebration

Sunday April 26          Parish of St. Stephen

Sunday May 3rd          Parish of Westmorland 11 am church service and talk to inmate at Dorchester  later on that day.

Saturday May 9           Fundraiser Dinner       Parish of Portland(St. Luke’s), Saint John

Sunday May 10           Parish of Portland 9 & 10:30 am services, Saint John

Sunday May 17           Christ Church in Campbellton at 11 am

Sunday May 24           Parish of St. Margarets Fredericton at 8:30 and 10:30 am

Parish of Denmark,St. Ansgar, New Denmark, 3:00pm with lunch & fellowship to follow

Sunday May 31           Parish of St. George (St. Mark’s Church) 10:30 am

Sunday June 7             Holy Trinity Fredericton, 10:30 am service

Tuesday, June 9th,       Miramichi for Haiti, 7pm St. Mary’s Miramichi/Kara and Nelson

Friday, June 12            St. John’s the Evangelist Nashwaaksis, Prayer and Praise

Sunday June 14           Stone Church, Saint John, 10:30 am service (with Nelson)

Sunday June 21           Lakewood, Saint John, 10:30 am service (with Nelson)

Sunday, June 28,        Parish New Bandon. Rev. Kara Mejia and Rev. Nelson Mejia. Parish of Chatham, just visiting.

Sunday July 5               Parish of Chatham     9 & 11:30 services

Good things are happening in Roatan, which you are invited to hear more about.  If you wish to find out which New Brunswick parish the Mejias will be visiting on a particular Sunday, please contact Holly at: or (506) 622-1151. For Ontario parishes Nelson will visit, please contact Bishop Peter Mason at: or 613-399-5828.

 Please pray for Kara while she is travelling around New Brunswick for deputation, and I in Toronto area. Please continue praying for the congregation in Coxen Hole and Brick Bay that will be leading them self’s..

 May God continue to bless you.

 Nelson and Kara.

Up date February

Please click in the link below to see it.

Mejia February 2015 update FINAL (1)-signed

 May God continue to Bless You All.




YOU CAN READ PDF VERSION HERE: Mejia November 2014 update-signed

Mejia November 2014 update

We can’t believe we are almost at the end of 2014, the Christmas ornaments are on display at the stores, and we can see how much this season is commercialized. As a church we encourage our congregation to reflect on the true Spirit of this season. Many activities will happen through the end of the year, involving children youth and adults. In this update we will share with you some of our activities during the month of October.

 Children’s Day at our Church

 Children’s Day is a very special occasion in Honduras. Many schools, private and public, celebrate the day with games, and refreshments and usually with volunteer work. For many companies, it is an opportunity to do social work and connect with the community.


We took the opportunity to celebrate Children’s Day at our church on September 10th, inviting new families to enjoy this special occasion.


Breaking a piñata is a popular game on Children’s day. For our church’s celebrations honoring the kids, we cooked

for them and broke the customary piñata.

The children had fun playing games, and we parents and parishioners enjoyed being with them and seeing all the

smiling and happy faces around the churchyard.

Thanks to the municipality that gave us two piñatas for our celebrations


Jesus is transforming lives! A new member of our church shared:

“My wife treats me differently now. And of course what woman wants to treat

kindly a man who returns home

drunk every weekend with hardly any money for the family?”

“I am grateful to God, because I am a new person now, and I will never be the same.”


On Hector’s birthday family and friends came to celebrate with him for the first time. When we were praying for him

we invited everyone to say congratulations. At the end Hector told me, “We are not a hugging family, but I feel so happy

to be receiving my first hug from my sisters and brothers.”

God is doing His work, giving individuals and families a new outlook on life. Praise Him.

 Don Julio

Don Julio accepted Jesus Christ into his heart early this year, and he continues walking with Jesus every day. He does not have

family in Roatan but we are grateful to have him be part of our church family.

Please pray for him and others in our congregation, to continue to grow in their spiritual life.

Bible Day in Honduras.

The last Sunday in September we celebrated Bible day in Honduras. Since 1987, churches have celebrated this day in different ways. The two congregations, Brick Bay and Coxen Hole, went around the church community to do evangelism and deliver New Testaments in Spanish and English. Children, young people and adults were involved. We presented the gospel and a few people received Jesus as their Lord and Saviour as a result. We would like to reach out like this more often, as we know that it meets a spritiual need that every person has.

Team from New Brunswick to join the Mejias this winter

Please pray for Bob and Peggy Boucher, Riley Creaghan, Marcia Landry, Pat Mosher, Sara McDonald,
Dylan Nicoll and Katlyn Thomas,  John Galbraith, Jesse Galbraith, Bill MacKenzie, Emma MacKenzie, Mary Robinson and Jeanne Sayre.

They are from several different parishes in New Brunswick and all are delighted about coming to Roatan from the 27th of February to the 7th of March, 2015, to continue the construction of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Roatan. They are also planning to do a VBS during their time here.  Please pray!

Prayer Requests

 Please pray for different ministries we wish to develop further or establish in our church:

  • Worship team
  • Youth Ministry’s
  • Leadership
  • Sunday school teachers
  • Welcome team
  • Events committee

Pray for the parishioners to respond to God’s calling for them to serve in the Kingdom of God.

 A Special

Thank you card 1

Thank you so much for your generous support, which has enabled us to continue our ministry with the Episcopal Church

in Roatan, Bay Island, Honduras.

We would greatly appreciate your prayers  for our family and ministrys.

 Please pray for Pr. Sonny Moon from the Methodist Church in the USA. He is organizing a team to come

to Roatan in February.

Pray for the people to respond to this special mission trip.

 Following the Construction    

Coxen Hole Property 1








YOU CAN READ PDF VERSION HERE: Mejia September 2014 update-signed

Reverends. Nelson Mejia

Kara Thompson de Mejia and Family.

Serving the Lord in Roatan, Honduras.

Please pray for our family and for our ministry with the church in Roatán.

We are are grateful for Kara’s birthday on August 24th, and we ask your prayers for

Kelly’s birthday on Sept. 25th and Stephen’s on October 4th.

May God continue to richly bless them.


Our first Anniversary

It is a year already since we moved to our own property, and we are counting our blessings.

We bought the land, we moved there, a month later we built a shelter, before Christmas

we installed water and electricity, in January we built a shed and a room for a caretaker,

after we went on to build a septic system.  Not only that, in the first week of May

we started to see our dream take shape as we started construction on the church building

for Emmanuel Church in Coxen Hole.

August 22nd – 24th we celebrated this first anniversary and it was really

a blessing to get together both congregations, Coxen Hole and Brick Bay.

We focused every day on preaching on the family to empower listeners to walk in the love of Jesus Christ.

The many activities included worship, music, drama, dance,  singing,

and a preacher every day, one from the island, and the other from a Episcopal Church on the mainland.

On the last day, the Rev. Nelson preached.

We ended our anniversary activities on the 24th of August with a family day

and traditional games that we all enjoyed.

Cursillo  Weekend

Two women, one from Coxen Hole Church and one from Brick Bay,

went with the Rev. Kara to attend the Cursillo weekend on the mainland.

They came back on fire to enroll in church activities and filled with the love of Jesus.

Also, a girl from the church in Brick Bay went with the Rev. Kara to serve on the team at the

Happening weekend and another young girl went to participate for the first time.



It is always a blessing being a part of the Roatán  Church project.

We continued the construction till the first week in August, and we are

very happy with the progress obtained so far.

The Roatán team worked with courage and they are looking forward

to continuing the work early next year. We have attached few pictures of the construction.

A Home for a Church Family

God is so good and always provides for the people in need.

At the end of July a family from our church congregation received a home.

through a nonprofit organization called Dwellings.

Martha and her family had been praying for a long time.

They said, “It is a miracle; GOD answered our prayer and we are very grateful.

Now we have a home, and we pray for those who do not have one.

” This was arranged through the Episcopal Church.

A Great  Story

We always welcome new visitors to the congregtion of Emmanuel Church in Coxen Hole.

A mother was introducing herself and her 12-year-old daughter

and then she pointed out a 6-year-old boy and said,

“and this is my son, Andy Jackson, who brought us to church tonight!”

We all applauded. It is amazing what a child can do for the Kingdon of God.

This boy lives close to the church, and I imagined him walking past it so many times,

wondering which Sunday he and his family could attend.

We are very happy with the new Sunday school shelter;

it is nice for the children to have their own space.


A Special Thank You

Thank you so much for your generous support, which has enabled us

to continue our ministry.

We would greatly appreciate your continued financial support

and wonder if you wish to make a donation and/or a pledge

of regular support towards our mission at this time.

  (Cheques to be made payable to SAMS Canada and marked,

Kara & Nelson Mejía on the reference line or in an attached note).  Please mail to:

SAMS Canada, PO Box 28012, Barrie, ON  L4N 7W1

Or, you can make a credit card donation by telephone,

or online through the SAMS Canada website at

On the website homepage, click on the Donate to SAMS link,

then select the secure CanadaHelps portal. Please select

‘Kara Thompson and Nelson Mejía, Honduras’ in the Your Donation Will Support box.

You can contact the SAMS office by email at:, or by telephone: (705) 728-7151

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Building Relationships in Roatán – May update, 2014

Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. Hebrews 11:1

The last week of April and first two weeks in May were really busy, first gathering construction materials and a Honduran construction team, then the arrival of the team from Ontario and the beginning of the church foundation.  We were excited to start building, and we continue to be excited because we know better things are coming for Emmanuel Church in Coxen Hole.

It was really a blessing to meet the 6-person team from St. Bride’s Anglican Church, Mississauga, ON. On May 5th, they, together with the Honduran team, had the privilege of beginning construction on the foundation of the church building. We all worked hard and had a lot of fun during the week, but the most important thing is that we are not just building a church, but are building a relationship between congregations.

We as a congregation would like to say thank you to St Bride’s parish, and especially the team, who sacrificed time with family and all the comforts of home to come down to Roatán and work with us.

We had the opportunity to share some activities with the team:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         On On the 4th we baptized two women at the beach from the church in Brick Bay and the team took part in the evening services for the Coxen Hole congregation.

On the 6th we celebrated a special liturgy to install the first brick of the construction. This is a special service, as we marked the four corners for the church building and installed the first brick where the altar will be located.

But it was not only activities and work; we also gave the team a tour of the island and went to cool off at a nice beach in West Bay.

We will continue the construction all this year and, pending full funding, we hope to finish it by the end of 2015, God willing.

There are many opportunities for individuals and Short Term Teams to serve in Roatán, Honduras, so please contact us for more information: or SAMS Canada:

A Special Appeal:

Thank you so much for responding with generosity to our previous appeal a few months ago, which enabled us to continue in the ministry that our saviour Jesus Christ has commissioned. SAMS has reviewed our account balance and it is once again time to appeal for assistance.

We would greatly appreciate your continued financial support and wonder if you wish to make a donation and/or a pledge of regular support towards our mission at this time. (Cheques to be made payable to SAMS Canada and marked, Kara & Nelson Mejia on the reference line or in an attached note). Please mail to:

SAMS Canada

PO Box 21082, Barrie, ON L4M 6J1

 Or, you can make a credit card donation by telephone, or online through the SAMS Canada website at On the website homepage, click on the Donate to SAMS link, then select the secure CanadaHelps portal. Please select ‘Kara Thompson and Nelson Mejia, Honduras’ in the YOUR DONATION WILL SUPPORT box.

 You can contact the SAMS office at:

 Email:, or

Tel:  (705) 728-7151 

For your Prayers:

We are very grateful to God for your prayers and financial support, as part of God’s plan for the church in Roatán. 

Please continue to pray for:

  • Our financial support, which makes possible our ministry on the Island of Roatán,
  • Both our congregations: Brick Bay and especially for our church in Coxen Hole to reach out to others near the site so they can come to our church and worship God.
  • Funding to continue the construction through 2015 and for the participation of short-term teams from Canada and the USA.

 Please share this blog with your parish and your friends:

May God continue to bless you all, and we declare an open heaven of many blessings to your family, your church and your country.

Nelson and Kara Mejia

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Getting ready for the next step , April, Update 2014
It is 8 months already since we moved to the site, for worship services and to start the initial work on the building for Emmanuel Church in Coxen Hole (levelling the land, building a shelter, building a shed, and installing electricity, water and septic).
We finished this just before Holy Week, which was great, as we celebrated the Easter Vigil for the first time at the church in Coxen Hole, together with the congregation of Brick Bay Church.
Holy week worship services gave us the opportunity to celebrate Jesus, get closer as congregations and remind ourselves that because Jesus died on the cross we are saved, and because we have faith and believe in the power of the resurrection we live.
We continue in both congregations with regular activities every week, but at the same time we are preparing to continue the construction of the church in Coxen Hole.
We have the honour of welcoming a team from St. Brides Anglican Church in Mississauga Ontario to Roatan .
A group of 6 people are coming down from May 3rd – 10th to help us start the foundation of the church building as a first stage of the construction.
We are looking forward to working together and developing this project, but it is not only about work; it is also about continuing to develop our relationship, getting to know each other and sharing with each other in order to grow in our faith in Jesus Christ.
The opportunity is open to support this project by praying or by organizing a team to come down and be immersed in a mission that will give you a new perspective on life, experience a different culture, interact with new Christians, and receive the blessing of serving the Lord in this part of the world.
Don’t miss the opportunity to pray and support this project. This building will not just be a church building; it is also designed to be a shelter in emergencies, and we will use part of the church space to start a sewing project to financially support single women around Roatan.
Exciting times are coming!!!
Please pray for safe travel for the team.
May God continue to bless you all the time.

Nelson and Kara Mejia


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The Roatan Happening Experience, March Update

The Happening does not propose a new type of spirituality, but provides a method through which one’s spirituality may be developed, nourished, lived and shared in fellowship with young Christians willing to dedicate their lives to God in an ongoing manner. The Happening movement believes that Jesus Christ has and will continue to make a difference in the world and in individual lives. Those attending Happening listen to thought-provoking and challenging talks given by members of the staff and clergy. These talks are designed to help the Happeners get to know God. After each talk, the opportunity is given for questions and discussion in small groups.

 Instrument of Renewal
The Happening Movement is a powerful instrument of renewal in the Church. Its purpose is to concentrate closely on the person and teaching of Jesus Christ. Our faith is seriously examined in a relaxed, fun, informal and loving atmosphere. The Happening weekend is an experience that gives those who attend the desire to understand and serve God through his Church.

Our Own Happening

For the first time we ourselves held this event for the glory of God and thanks to the great effort and help from youth and adults from San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa, la Ceiba and Roatan.

The Happening in Roatan was the spiritual experience of a lifetime for 30 young people from our church, including two from the Methodist Church and a few from the church in la Ceiba, which is part of our deanery.

We got together from Friday to Sunday, working hard to bring all before Jesus Christ. It was a blessing for all the candidates and the Happening team, and we saw the Holy Spirit manifest Himself in different ways during this wonderful weekend.

But the work is not finished, this is the beginning; as a result of this event we now meet together with and minister to about 30 young people every Saturday at both churches: Brick Bay and Coxen Hole.

Please pray for the relationship we are developing with them and that they can continue growing as they serve the Lord through the Episcopal Church in Roatan.  

Thank you for all your prayers and support that enable us to do the ministry that the Lord has called us to do.

Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come and the years approach when you will say, “I find no pleasure in them.” Ecclesiastes 12:1

May God continue to Bless You.

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A special Thank You

February Update, Roatán Episcopal Church

A special thank you to Harold, Kathy, Kevin and Darwin from St. Stephen, N.B. 
and to Marie and Tracey from Vancouver. 
It was a great blessing to meet them and share a week together in Roatán. 
They came down to Roatán from January 18th to 25th to help us to build a shed for
Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Coxen Hole, by donating the money for building
materials and working hard every day until it was finished.

Thanks to God and to this team that He called to Roatán, now we have the blessing of a shed to store the church’s equipment and an extra room for a person to stay overnight to watch over the property.

Now we don’t need to carry things from place to place; this is great!

But it is not just about money and work. It is such a blessing. I feel in my heart that it is the personal touch of other brothers and sisters in Christ that brings the blessings. You (the teams) and we work together on a mission for God’s kingdom, and God uses us for a special mission and bring us unity as we continue developing the relationship between our congregations.  

Thank you for bringing the blessing to our congregation and working together with us to build the shed. It was a great pleasure and a lot of fun.

 We experienced and learned many things through your being here with us.

Please continue to pray for our ministry with the church in Roatán.

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. – Jeremiah 29:11


May God continue to richly bless you.


Nelson, Kara and

The Congregation of Coxen Hole Church.

Emmanuel, God with us!

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Emmanuel – this is the name we have chosen for the church in Coxen Hole.  God is awesome…

Time goes by fast; it is seven years now since we moved to Roatán, and we can see how the Lord has been working in our lives, our family and our church and He is still providing what is necessary to help us to improve our ministry.  Today we can see how God works and provides for every need at the right moment.

A few years ago we started praying for financial support to buy a property to build the church in Coxen Hole (Emmanuel).  Back in August, the land was purchased and the site cleared, andwe are very grateful that now we have the privilege of worshiping God on our own property – the congregation erected a temporary tarp under which to meet at the site. 

The architect for the Diocese, Jack Melvin, is an American volunteering time in Honduras.  The design of the church is still being finalized, but in his sketch of what the church would look like when completed. 

Skech Coxen Hole Church

The plan is that the church building will be initially used partly as a church and partly as a sewing centre, and that an adjacent sewing centre will be added on as the church fills.  It is also proposed that the church should be a hurricane centre, but this is likely to add considerably to the cost of the building. 

We continue to pray for the planting of the church congregation and for financial support to build the church building.  The Lord has provided and he will provide for us to continue serving Him through these projects and through our regular ministry.


Great progress continues with the property:  Both electrical and water connections have now been made as well as a better base for the temporary church under the tarp at the site.  Installation of a septic system has been delayed by days of rain, but will go ahead as soon as the rain stops, and hopefully before a short term team arrives.  A small four person team from New Brunswick will arrive January 18th to build a shed to store church stuff and construction materials, while a two person team from BC is volunteering to go to take photographs in Roatán and help with evangelism.  Please pray for good weather.

Since the Brick Bay church was built in the early 90’s, the congregation has experienced many funerals but never a wedding.  To the glory of God, on Christmas eve, Kara married a couple who had been living together for 30 years.  This provided a special opportunity for the community to come together and prepare food, decorate, etc.

 Kara continues meeting with a Pastors’ wives’ prayer group every Monday, and this is really a blessing for her.

Other recent activities have been:

·         Delivering a Christmas banquet to the poor on December 20th

           Special Christmas church services

·         Week night Bible teaching in both congregations

·         Outreach and home visitation around the community of Coxen Hole

·         Youth preparations for the Happening*

Upcoming events:

·         Sunday school in the Coxen Hole church every Sunday

·         Teaching Biblical courses Levels 1-3

·         Youth group meetings

·         Happening* weekend January 18th – 19th

·         Canadian short-term team** mission January 18th – 25th – including construction, Vacation Bible School, home visitation

·         Construction of the church building in Coxen Hole which may begin as early as March

A Special Appeal:

 After a few years, our budget has had a necessary increase.  We would greatly appreciate your continued financial support and wonder if you wish to make a donation towards our mission at this time.  Here is SAMS Canada’s mailing address:

 PO Box 21082,

Barrie, ON  L4M 6J1

Telephone:  (705) 728-7151 

Fax: (705) 728-6716 


 SAMS Canada is a registered non-profit organization supported by tax-deductible donations (Reg. No. 10795 2228 0001).  Donations to support our mission can be sent to the above address or by credit card through the SAMS website:

 For your Prayers:

We are very grateful to God for your prayers and financial support, as part of God’s plan for the church in Roatan.  Please continue to pray for:

·         Safe travel for the team** coming from NB and Vancouver to Roatán January 18th-24th

·         The Happening* Youth event being held in Roatán from January 17th to 19th (first time in Roatán!), for safe travel for the Happening team coming from Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula 

·         Both our congregations: Brick Bay and especially for our church in Coxen Hole to reach out to others near the site so they can see Christ through our church and find this place to worship Him

·         A finalized design of the church and sewing project center

·         Funding to permit construction to be initiated early in 2014 and for the participation of short-term teams from Canada and the USA.


* Happening is a weekend experience for youth, a powerful instrument of renewal in the church with the purpose of concentrating on the person and teaching of Jesus Christ.  It is an experience that gives those who attend the desire to serve God through His church.

 **There are many opportunities for individuals and teams to serve in Roatán, Honduras, so please contact us: or SAMS Canada for more information:

Please share this blog with your parish and your friends:

 “Rejoice, highly favored one, the Lord is with you; blessed are you among women!” …“Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God. And behold, you will conceive in your womb and bring forth a Son, and shall call His name Jesus….” (Luke 1:28-31)

 Christmas is the time to rejoice in the glories of Christ’s birth and celebrate all the blessings of the Holy Spirit with your friends, family, may God continue to richly bless you in the New Year.

 New Year’s Card for you here


 Nelson and Kara Mejia