The sixteenth annual Hispanic Mission Congress was held February 21 at the Miami Beth-El Church of the Nazarene, Miami, Florida (USA). Dominican Republic Nazarene Missionary, Rev. Scott Armstrong encouraged representatives from the 20 Hispanic churches on the Southern Florida District, to avoid the clutter and remain diligent to Gods call to the 21st century church.
Rev. Ardee Coolidge, host pastor and District Mission Council Hispanic Language Coordinator said, The response by our children, teens and adults to this Congress was phenomenal. Our people love Scott Armstrong and his passion for the gospel. There were age specific mission education and activities for the 300 who attended the all-day event.
Several churches brought praise team bands, soloists and interpretive dance groups. In addition to Armstrong, the group heard from District Missions President, Dennis Moore and District Hispanic Coordinator, Rev. Jorge Diaz.
The event concluded with a gigantic outdoor food festival. Each of the churches built creative and colorful booths where authentic food was served from Cuba, Mexico, Nicaragua and a host of Latin American countries.
Rev. Armstrong said, It is amazing what the Hispanic churches in Southern Florida do each year for this event and especially for the food festival. The churches compete for special festival awards. This year first place went to Pahokee Hispanic, 2nd place to Miami Beth-El and 3rd place to West Palm Beach Maranatha.
The District Council for Nazarene Missions International sponsors the annual Hispanic Mission Congress. It provides a way of directly educating and inspiring the growing number of Hispanic churches in Southern Florida. Dr. Brian Wilson is the District Superintendent for the Southern Florida District.
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