September 5, 2012

Dessert Reception Featuring Belize-based Pastor Ernest Betson

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EduDeo Ministries is excited to announce a special informal dessert reception featuring Ernest Betson, pastor of the Belize City-based Unity Presbyterian Church and St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Tuesday, September 11 at 7:30 PM at EduDeo Ministries’ Hamilton office, 70 Lancing Drive.

Please join the Canadian team of EduDeo Ministries for ice cream and fresh Niagara peaches as we welcome Pastor Betson.  Pastor Betson will be sharing the compelling story of how Christ-centred education is bringing Gospel transformation to Belize City.

A spiritual and educational leader within the Presbyterian Church Schools of Belize (PCSB), Pastor Betson and wife Carolyn have played an instrumental role in the development of Unity Presbyterian School in Belize City.  Carolyn Betson is the principal of the 238-student Christ-centred school.

One of four core international partners of EduDeo Ministries, the Presbyterian Church Schools of Belize (PCSB) are an indigenous association of Christian schools serving some of the most neglected children in the English-speaking Western Caribbean nation.  PCSB schools have become a beacon of Gospel light in the local communities they serve, attracting students and families inside and outside the walls of the church.

A number of PCSB school buildings have been structurally reinforced and have been used as hurricane shelters, becoming central meeting points for both students and the broader community.  Committed to a Biblically-integrated life and worldview, PCSB schools seek to bring Gospel transformation to the lives of children, families and communities across Belize through Christ-centred education.

Please RSVP to Michael Zwiep, Eastern Development Director at EduDeo Ministries at 866-360-4274 or by email at if you are interested in attending the reception!



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