RMCNews with Frank Wilson – Ward, Colorado … Hispanic members of RMC gathered in three locations for camp meetings in September after not having been able to meet in person for fellowship and Bible study last year.

Faith, hope, and love in an uncertain world was the theme at the meetings featuring Alfonso Valenzuela, senior pastor at the Campus Hill Church in Loma Linda, California.  The gatherings were attended by 500 members in three different locations–Glacier View Ranch, Durango, and Grand Junction. Instead of hosting one group, the events were divided this year to add an extra layer of protection against the pandemic.

“We want to say, ‘Thank you, God,’ because it was a great success. More than five hundred members attended the meetings. Most of the Hispanic brothers and sisters were able to experience and attend camp meeting one more time,” Frank Wilson, Boulder Hispanic, Aurora Hispanic, Brighton Hispanic, and Carbon Valley pastor, said.

Wilson added, “We are ever thankful to our heavenly Father who granted us the opportunity, protection, and the blessing to participate in such a wonderful event.”

— RMCNews with Frank Wilson pastor of Boulder Hispanic, Aurora Hispanic, Brighton Hispanic, and Carbon Valley; photo supplied