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General Bulletin Mission Info
Haitian Christian Outreach is doing something in Haiti that will last! Through Church Planting we evangelize and equip indigenous leaders. We minister to Children by meeting their educational, spiritual, and physical needs. We serve the community through Health Care and Peredo Community Hospital where our Haitian staff treats patients’ medical needs. And we empower others through Community Development projects that provide economic transformation. Learn more at www.haitianchristian.org, subscribe to our blog, or follow us on Facebook for frequent updates!
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HCO Ministry Features
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HCO is Making Disciples
Haitian Christian Outreach is doing something in Haiti that will last through Church Planting. Our leaders evangelize and then mentor and disciple believers to grow and develop in their faith. Each Monday, the church in Peredo gathers early in the morning to begin door-to-door evangelism. Through this personal evangelism, one of the local witch doctors was convinced she needed Christ in her life, and she publicly accepted Christ as Lord of her life. Our average weekly church attendance is 1,490 among all of our churches. Learn more by checking out Church Planting stories
on our blog.
HCO is Educating Haiti’s Future Leaders
Haitian Christian Outreach is doing something in Haiti that will last through Children. RoRo says, “Kids are the hope of Haiti. We give them, not just an education, but Christ. And then they take Christ home to their families. That is why we exist.” Classroom Sponsors are an integral part of ensuring our students receive an excellent education and spiritual training. You can choose to take a seat in our classrooms for $30/month at www.haitianchristian.org
. Learn more on our blog! www.haitianchristian.org/blog
or Children’s Stories
HCO is Providing Health & Hope
Haitian Christian Outreach is doing something in Haiti that will last through Health Care. Our 40 Haitian medical staff members provide pediatric, OB/GYN, labor/delivery, orthopedic, urology, laboratory, surgery, pharmacy, radiology, emergency, and general medical services as well as dental care to a growing number of Haitians in rural SE Haiti. Many patients walk over 4 hours to receive care from our compassionate and well-equipped staff. Our medical staff, medical short term teams, and village churches work together to provide medical outreach clinics to those who are unable to travel to the hospital. Learn more! The Need for Missional Healthcare
and Hospital Stories
HCO Meets Needs Through Community Development
Haitian Christian Outreach is doing something in Haiti that will last through Community Development projects. These projects provide transformation to individuals, families, and communities with whom we partner. One of the most humbling projects HCO has been a part of is bringing clean water to the small, hard-to-access village of Anse a Boeuf
. This community and her people are now hearing about the Living Water because they have clean water to drink. Learn more about other projects by reading about Community Development
on the blog.