Episcopal Church in Bondeau, Haiti
Here is a picture of the newly built Episcopal Church in Bondeau, Haiti.
Until recently, Bondeau in Haiti was a place where religious services were held in school classrooms which had the capacity to hold meager number of people. The South Florida Haiti Project, a nonprofit organization cited problems of the people attending religious congregations in Bondeau, especially on Sundays when the crowd was more. The organization initiated the building of an Episcopal Church in Bondeau. The Bon Samaritan Episcopal Church is now the largest Episcopal Church in Haiti with a capacity to hold 800 congregants. The congregants showed their eagerness and support for the building of the church that would serve as an anchor and hold the society together by donating $2,300 for the building and dedication of the church which took place on 12 July.