Mission: Haiti 2013
Date: Jan. 19-31. Length of trip: 12-14 days. Team size: 6-7 members.
Purpose: This will be our 11th short-term trip to Haiti. This is the oldest mission of Climbing For Christ, dating back to 2005. Among the goals for this team will be…
- To continue ongoing work in all areas: spiritual, educational, and medical. Seminary training, VBS for school children, and medical clinics will be offered. The team will continue using the “EMT” or “Eric Memorial Tent” (named to honor late friend Dr. Eric Cederstrom). The EMT will be dedicated at Eric’s home church, Hope Lutheran in Rochester, NY, with the team attending. This will part of this team’s pre-mission training and fellowship.
- To continue building His church – the body of Christ – through discipleship, seminary training, and physical assistance. The fourth church building is being constructed in the Haitian part of the Dominican border village of Jimani and a fifth church is being built with new believers in the Haitian border village of Mare Pitre. Our team will visit both places as well the other villages affiliated with Monte Pou Kris (Climbing For Christ in Haitian Creole).
Cost: Estimated at US$1,800. This includes airfare, ground transport, accommodations and food.
To apply: E-mail info@ClimbingForChrist.org to request a mission application.