Roaring Creek, Belize
|• Total||Under 6,000 (est)|
|Time zone||Central (UTC-6)|
Roaring Creek is a small village in the Cayo District of Belize, just north-west of Belmopan. Its name is derived from the creek waterfalls which flow into the Belize River next to the Guanacaste Park area.
Roaring Creek has a population of less than 2000 people, which includes Central American immigrants, Kriols and Mopan Maya. Creole is the main language used in the village. The village hosts two primary schools, the Roman Catholic and the Nazarene, and two elementary schools.
Roaring Creek is home to the first Christian radio station in Belize, "My Refuge Christian Radio Station". There are thirteen churches in Roaring Creek and several church-based organizations such as Youth With A Mission Belize (YWAM).
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