Wedding Bells in Leveque

It was a BIG weekend in the Leveque deaf community. William Saint Eloi and Berthide Cius were married on Saturday, Feb 2nd. The new Leveque church was not quite finished so the wedding was held at the Mission of Hope Church. Our 410 staff, Ronald Formulis did a great job in the important role of “best man”. Friends and family watched as the service was signed and translated into Creole. The deaf choir signed a beautiful song and everyone’s favorite moment was when William kissed the bride!

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