Emmanuel Haiti Aug. 20 – 27, 2017 Mission Team

Please pray for our 2017 Team.

 

Name

Occupation

Trip Role

David Lawrence

Technology

Team Lead, Bible

Ashley Kirkham

Veterinarian

Crafts, Sponsorship

Poppy Holgate

Student

Crafts, VBS Lead

Maire Slater

Teacher

Music Teacher

Peter Slater

Technology

Technology

Nisha Slater

Student

VBS Lead

Raelen Slater

Student

Soccer, Music

Nathan Lawrence

Student

Soccer Lead

Jacob Lawrence

Student

Soccer Lead

Annette Brummell

Farmer

Crafts

Hannah Brummell

Student

Soccer

Nolan John Conley

Student

Soccer Lead

Donna Jane Rodgers

Family Space

Crafts

Jacob Culp

Cabinet Maker

Music

Dwayne Jamieson

Music/Pastor

Music

Ric Clarke

Construction

Maintenance, Special Project

 

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Haiti 2017 Mission Trip….Needs You!

Aug.20 – 27th, 2017 we are returning to Haiti for an evangelism trip that will include Soccer, Music, Crafts and Bible Stories.
We will also be launching our Emmanuel Child Sponsorship program and doing following up from our previous medical, house construction and computer lab projects. By April 30th the 2017 team will be established.

Get involved!    Contact: Dave Lawrence

If you can't go, you can still help out the team by praying and donating here. Thanks

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House Construction Complete!



House Construction Complete!

Thanks to a very special team: David, Ric, Scott and Aaron

This team traveled to Haiti on short notice to complete the house that was constructed entirely from gifts of love from Emmanuel Baptist Church in response to the Hurricane Matthew disaster.

Haiti continues to struggle, storm after storm after natural disaster, they can't seem to get a break but what a wonderful response from our church. Madame Fabiene lost her leg in the 2010 Earthquake and everyone involved was very pleased her family received the new home.

 

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Hurricane Matthew Response Trip Nov 9 - 16, 2016

Construction Team:

FEJ has requested we build several latrines to assist with containing any spread of infection or disease from personal hygiene.

We urgently need to determine the materials list for any projects we plan on doing Nov.9 – 16 so we can get the list to FEJ and they get the cost estimates and delivery scheduled for the materials need before we arrive.

Housing! On Wednesday Rick will be demonstrating a scaled model of an 'A frame' home he is proposing. It's amazing and includes sleeping in the loft and water collection. I've never seen a structure like it in Haiti so I'm sending to FEJ to see if it would be accepted

Medical Team:

FEJ has sent their suggested list of supplies: http://www.missionoftears.ca/medical-needs-from-hurricane-matthew.php

However, we need to decide what we are able to take and administer. A donation from Wellington Pharmacy has been graciously offered as well we likely can purchase some additional supplies as needed but we need to give the pharmacy time to order.

We need to add an element of education and training for general health and Hygiene maybe in the form of classroom powerpoint style presentation and demonstration. This might be a controlled setting to give away clothes, soap, toothpaste, etc. Packages could be made up ahead of time.

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Hurricane Matthew - Emmanuel Responds



On October 4th, Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti - only a few weeks after a group from Emmanuel Baptist Church Bloomfield sent a Missions Team to install a Computer Lab and deliver a Soccer Camp Bible School. Since that visit, Haiti has been devastated with this tragic event. We have partnered with Mission of TEARS to help sustain life in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. This involves clearing 10km of road to provide access for delivery of food, water, tents and medical supplies to the LaMardelle community located 45 minutes of East of Port au Prince. In order to do this, Emmanuel set a goal to raise $10,000 last Sunday. Our goal was surpassed - Praise God! Many are still wondering how they can donate to this cause. Click Here to learn more. // #EBCMissions #Haiti #HuricaneMatthewRelief #HaitiRelief

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Emmanuel Haiti VBS August 23 - 30, 2016



A group of 10 people from Emmanuel Baptist Church in Bloomfield, Ontario, Canada http://emmanuellife.com  and OSM Websites of Belleville, Ontario, Canada https://osmwebsites.com travelled with Gordon Lewis of Mission of Tears Canada to Fondant Enfant for Jesus(FEJ) at La Mardelle, Haiti located about 90minutes east of Port au Prince.

The team, led by Dave Lawrence successfully achieved 3 primary goals:

1.) Deliver and install Computer Lab at FEJ's new Vocational School.

26 Dell Notebooks donated from Hastings Prince Edward District School Board, a File Server(courtesy of , UPS, several wireless routers and a projector were delivered and installed for the new FEJ Vocational School opening for the first time to students in October 2016.

Computer Lab team participants were Peter Slater(Emmanuel Baptist Church) and Stephen Hermer (OSM Websites) who worked throughout the week with the FEJ Computer Technicians in learning about the new equipment so they could support it for the upcoming school year.

2.) Soccer Bible Camp
For 4 days, August 24 – 27, the 8 Soccer Coaches delivered a daily program to 100 children from 8:30am – 3pm which included a morning opening rally to introduce the topic for the day followed by running exercises, warm-up stretches, a game of Simon says ("fè sa"), Soccer Skills Lesson#1, Water Break, Soccer Skills Lesson#2, Soccer Game, Lunch(provided by FEJ), Singing, afternoon Bible Story, Jesus movie for children.

The days were full and very well received by the children. Soccer Coaches included: Dave Lawrence, Nathan Lawrence, Jacob Lawrence, Scott Walcott, Sophie Walcott, Andrew Walcott, Georgie Walcott, Alaina Walcott.

3.) Meet 2nd Baptist Church in La Marche

For several evenings the leadership team from 2nd Baptist Church came from La Marche to FEJ and joined together for dinner with the team from Canada so that we could get to know each other. This made our 2 visits to church on Sunday very comfortable because we already knew the pastors and many of the elders as well as many of the children from Soccer Camp. They all greeted us with open arms. Pastor Gordon Lewis delivered the morning message with a translator and the team returned in the late afternoon and participated in a Song Worship celebration.

It was a life changing experience!

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Thank You Friends!

Dear Friends,
As you know, a team of 17 people from Emmanuel Baptist Church went on a mission trip to Haiti recently and we are so thankful for those who chose to bless us with your prayers and financial support which enabled us to go and return safely. Here are a few of things we accomplished while we were there:
• Put up a new school roof
• Repaired a school roof and door
• Built student desks
• Painted a Bible College
• Taught at a Bible College
• Provided health education to about 400 young women in six different schools
• Conducted a medical clinic where about 90 pregnant women and numerous children were assessed and treated for different infections and health issues
Most importantly, we brought the love and hope that comes from God to the Haitian people.

The Lord truly blessed our time in Haiti and our lives have been forever changed because of this trip. Your support was greatly appreciated, and made it possible to touch the hearts and lives of many people throughout Haiti. If you would like to see some pictures please visit our daily photo gallery, we reflect on the photo often with fond memories.

Again, thank you for all your support and prayers.
God bless you,
The 2012 Haiti Team

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Batism Pictures

All the Baptism Pictures are in the photo album for Friday now, please enjoy
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Beautiful Haiti

Theses are the Beautiiful pictures from Haiti,mostly taken from he Mission possible complex

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Haiti Housing

These are pictures of the housing & buisness premises on route to Port au Prince, some is the result of the earth quake others just the result of poverty, either way these pictures bring tears to your eyes.

more pictures

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Haiti Expo

All are welcome to see pictures maybe a few video's & hear from our team about the mission trip in Haiti.

Dinner will be served at 6:30, followed by a time of worship. However,, some folks who made this trip will be giving a snap-shot of their time in Haiti and how this short-term mission trip impacted them.

Come and be amazed at how God is working in Haiti as the Team relates details of their work and the blessings they received.

Also, come to see how you can get involved as we consider long-term mission plans and next steps needing prayerful consideration.

 

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Sunday Service Welcome Home

Sunday Service Welcome Home


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