International Mission Organizations are refraining from travel to Haiti due to safety and...
Shortly after the devastating 2010 earthquake in Port au Prince, Mission Discovery began taking teams right into the heart of the hardest hit areas.
Today, 400,000 homeless refugees still live amid abhorrent conditions in tent cities. Working with local, national and international ministries, your team will work toward meeting the spiritual and physical needs of those who have nothing. In the earthquake resettlement of Onaville, Haiti, Mission Discovery has brought hope to the community through clean water initiatives and church planting. Teams serve Onaville by constructing water stations, churches, joining a community prayer walk, and leading children's Bible school.
Pastor Noel Gespere has a vision for Onaville to launch 1,000 churches that serve the spiritual and physical needs of the community. The relationship has led to the construction of water stations at each completed church for distribution. The clean water stations have improved the health of the community!
Your service will help bring an end to generations of spiritual and physical desolation and advance redevelopment efforts with the ultimate goal of producing safe, sustainable communities.
Daily Work Assignments:
- Monday through Thursday your team will be involved in construction and outreach in the community of Onaville. Expect this work to involve mixing concrete and carpentry.
- Children's and adult outreaches.
- Door to door visits in the community are also a possibility.
- Sunday, your start day, you'll attend a church service in Onaville and be involved in a prayer walk in the community.
*Trip cost is price plus registration fee.