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Church of Silo Gressier, Haiti

Published June 19th, 2017 by Unknown

Pastor Leresse and Madame Clerin

The Church in Gressier, Haiti is slated for dedication in July 2017. This church serves the poverty stricken mountainous community affected by the 2010 earthquake. The new church will be dedicated in memory of Linda Steiner, wife of Haiti missionary, Wayne Steiner of Warwick River Assembly in Newport News, Virginia. Please help purchase chairs for the new church. You may mail your donation to: Haiti Missions Incorporated, Post Office Box 9108, Hampton, VA 23670 OR donate online at Missions to Haiti. Haiti Missions Incorporated is recognized by the IRS as a charitable 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax-exempt.

Cabois congregation ready to build.

The Church of Cabois will be dedicated in July 2017. The rural church serves a community near Leogane. The church replaces the former structure which was destroyed by the 2010 earthquake. When the congregation received the news they would have a new church they showed up with wheel barrels and shovels ready to start on the church construction. God has answered their prayer. We need help to purchase chairs for this new church. Prayerfully consider making a donation. Haiti Missions Inc is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Scholarship Tuition Support

Please help to send children to school in Haiti. Your $50 monthly donation helps to feed a child, purchase a school uniform and pay tuition for a needy child who desires an opportunity to learn. Many children do not get a meal except at school. Help us to keep these young minds focused on their studies rather than on their empty stomachs. Please consider sending a child to school in the upcoming year. You may Donate to Haiti Missions Inc. Thanks for caring and sharing. Remember Jesus said, "When you have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, you did it unto me." (Matt. 25:40)

Haitians waiting to receive medical treatment.

April Medical Missions Trip

A team of 27 medical and educational professionals recently returned from Haiti after serving 1,200 adults and children, and dispensing over 6,000 medical prescriptions in three days. The team, lead by Pastor Dr. Jerome Barber and Pastor Dr. Howard E. Heard included physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other medical personnel. Additionally, several teachers and educators assisted in curriculum delivery and ministry in the local school.

The pastors were featured speakers each night and Pastoral Workshop facilitators during the day. Special thanks to all team volunteers and churches which served on the mission trip, contributed funds, or donated medical supplies.

The pastors were featured speakers each night and Pastoral Workshop facilitators during the day. Special thanks to all team volunteers and churches which served on the mission trip, contributed funds, or donated medical supplies.

Pastor Leresse and Madame Clerin


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