The third church sits high upon a rolling hill watching over at least 100 miles of shoreline getting gently caressed by the warm, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. You can also see spectacular sunsets if you visit in the evening. In any other setting the church itself would be an insignificant eyesore – it’s nothing but a few sticks of wood supporting walls of cloth and a blue tarp roof. But in it’s first two weeks it has grown from 10 to 24 worshipers. And the community around it is growing. As more families build small homes and move in the church will grow too.
The pastors would like to buy the land they are leasing now (about one-fifth of an acre) and eventually replace the temporary structure with a larger, more permanent building. The price for the land? A mere $3,000 to own it outright, ocean view and all. Not everything in Haiti is cheap but this is a true bargain. We are in the process of raising the funds. Would you like to help?