Travel with us to Haiti. Dates for the next trip: April 7-13, 2017.
Come to Haiti.
Visit the school. Witness the transformation.
The Atlanta Church Group is sponsoring a trip to the school in the EcoVillages located in the Central plateau, 5 miles from the city of Hinche, 3+ hours from Port-au-Prince airport. Group size is limited to 12, plus 2 translators. Email now for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our team of 10 has begun preparations for the journey. Tickets purchased, passports updated, we are learning some Kreyol, reading books about Haiti, meeting with Haitian-Atlantans to hear about their homeland, and getting to know our fellow travelers. Follow the News here to read updates as we prepare.
Trip Details. ACG Co-Chair Gordon French will coordinate logistics and the itinerary. Cindy Corell, PCUSA mission worker, will be our in-country contact.
In Haiti we will meet EcoVillagers and hear their stories. We look forward to spending time with the students in their classrooms as we work together on a planned project. We plan to meet, pray and maybe even sing with some of the EcoVillagers who are part of a house church. At the end of each day, we will gather for reflection and devotion, seeking to understand our experiences and asking for God’s guidance.
When we return, we will share our adventures at the Flavors of Haiti dinner and event on May 7.
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Today in the Central Plateau there are families living and thriving in the EcoVillages. There are children learning and playing in the school featured on this website. Help us work together with the people of Haiti to give hope to the families and offer a future for the children.
Attend the Flavors of Haiti on May 7, 2017 to hear about the trip and meet others interested in supporting this project.
Read the 2016 ANNUAL REPORT of the Atlanta Church Group to learn about the accomplishments and challenges here.
Goat Breeding Program
Kitchen for the School! Food can be prepared safely and hot meals can be served!
Parents help prepare food in our new kitchen--a healthy, safe setting as they work.
Our 3rd year. 2 new classrooms. 6 grades. 166 students.
We are transforming the lives of Haitian kids. We are in our third year, and we have built enough classrooms for 6 grades of classes and 166 students! Learn more here on our website.
See one girl explain what the villages and the school mean to her.
About your donation: 100% of donated funds are fully tax-deductible and go directly to build and support the school. The PayPal link is provided by one of our member churches, North Decatur Presbyterian Church; the church acts as our fiscal partner. When you click on the donate button, the link goes to a PayPal account for North Decatur Presbyterian Church: Seeds of Hope.
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