Dr. Ron and Claudette Kelly
Claudette was visiting friends in Toronto after her father tragically died. She enjoyed her holiday so much, she decided to stay. Like Claudette, Ronald worked for the Jamaican government, but he left his job to join his wife, finding new opportunities with the Ministry in Canada.
After starting a family, the Kellys decided to live in Brampton. "It was really a nice town away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Much nicer for the children."
Soon their congregation needed a larger place to worship than the room they were renting at a local recreation centre. The Kellys sold their home, moving their family into a trailer in order to afford the decommissioned St. Marks Anglican Church building they purchased in Caledon.
"Don't stop. Don't stop. You have mountains high and valleys low to travel, working for the Lord."