PCUSA Haiti Mission Network


Welcome to the social network of the PCUSA Haiti Mission Network!

Vision: The PCUSA HAITI NETWORK is designed to facilitate connections between members of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), those connected with the PCUSA as well as other partners in mission in Haiti. With bold humility we invite those who would covenant with us to join in this collaborative model of Presbyterian mission. We ask for your active participation, encouragement, guidance and prayer.

For more information on the mission, rationale, and practice of this group.

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Profile IconBill Nix, FRANK KWABENA and Valdir Franca joined PCUSA Haiti Mission Network
Oct 21, 2014
Denny Baumann posted a discussion

Computers for Haiti

I have sent over 900 computers to schools in Haiti thus far.  These schools are run by churches of every denomination.  Finding computers for this project and configuring them for use in schools ISN'T a problem.  The REAL challenge is finding places to send them and then GETTING the computers to these schools.  I am open to having a discussion with anyone who is interested in bringing the schools in Haiti into the 20th, if not, the 21st century.  Computers aren't the answer to Haiti's poverty. …See More
Aug 20, 2014
Denny Baumann is now a member of PCUSA Haiti Mission Network
Aug 20, 2014
Sheila Palmer is now a member of PCUSA Haiti Mission Network
Jul 5, 2014



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Haiti Community Blog - Share prayers, stories, and videos!

Clean Water for Haiti

The "Clean Water...Clean Energy for Haiti" ministry of the Presbytery of Southern Kansas, along with our Haitian partners, has completed our 13th solar powered, clean water filtration system at the Cambry Orphanage in Les Cayes.  The system is designed to provide enough contaminant-free water for the 190+ children in the orphanage as well as for the 5000+ area residents.

Posted by Skip Johnson on May 6, 2014 at 11:07am


Yes, things are heating up at Forest Hill Church in Cleveland Heights. 

The first-time fundraising campaign mentioned in an earlier blog was amazingly successful, netting more than $7,500 to share with our partners, the Little Brothers and Sisters of the Incarnation in Pandiassou, Haiti.  The heart of the campaign was a wonderful event attended by 109 people who had a great evening sampling Haitian delicacies.  New friends and connections were made with people now involved in…


Posted by Kermit Lind on September 4, 2013 at 2:37pm

Presbyterian Haiti Mission Initiative Celebrates Blessed Hands

Continuing the work we set out to do in 2011 as the “Presbyterian Haiti Mission Initiative,” a group is returning to Haiti in this month. Our last trip was in December of 2012 to participate in the opening ceremonies of the Centre Montessori d’Haiti teacher training and community center, one of the projects we support. At the same time, we were seeking new transformative initiatives and to develop meaningful relationships.
This year, the…

Posted by Jacques Delli Paoli on August 14, 2013 at 10:00pm



Computers for Haiti

Started by Denny Baumann in Schools and Educational Programs Aug 20, 2014.

Love the Children

Started by Robert C Lichy in Schools and Educational Programs Aug 20, 2013.

Pere Ajax book

Started by Linda Markee in Haiti Recovery Efforts (Trips & Campaigns) May 28, 2013.


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    Stay aware of Episcopal Diocese of Haiti news on: http://web.me.com/merelaurens/GoIntoTheWorld/Go_Into_The_World/Go_Into_The_World.html

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