Legliz Dame Marie, Jeremie te boule yè swa. Dapre moun ki te prezan, plizyè kay nan zòn nan te boule tou. Kòz dife an pa ankò di, moun yo sispèk ke li te kapab koze pa chandèl ki te limin nan Legliz la.
The church was burned last night. According to the people who were present, several homes in the area were burned as well. The cause of the fire is not yet known but some suspected that it could have been caused by candle turned on by some of those in the crowd
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.
Here is a picture of Cathedral St. James and St. Philip Community Center in Jacmel
The Cathedral of St. James and St. Philip was badly damaged following the earthquake 5 years ago. As a result, weekend mass had to be held in another, rundown location where services took place on three separate floors. Soon, however, the church's leader, Bishop Saturne, will realize the dream of one community worship center for the church's patrons. Come May 1, the leaders of the church will have a new Cathedral dedicated to them through the aid of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and church officials across the world.
Here is a picture of the historic Cathédrale de Sacré-Coeur in Hinche.
The city of Hinche is located in central Haiti. With a population around 50,000 people the Capital of the Department of Centre is also called the city of Charlemagne Péralte, the Haitian nationalist leader who resisted the United States occupation of Haïti (1915-1934).
The city of Hinche is accessible by road and plane. The main attraction of the region of Hinche is located on the East of Hinche and is called Bassin Zim. This is a 20 m waterfall at a distance of 30-minute drive from town.
On Saturday, November 22, 2014, a transitional Cathedral was inaugurated in port-au-Prince. Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, Port-au-Prince
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption is also known as the Port-au-Prince Cathedral, it was constructed between 1884 and 1914 and became the church оf the Roman Catholic Archdiocese оf Port-au-Prince on 13 December 1928. The church was almost destroyed in the 2010 earthquake. Prior to its destruction, the cupola of the north tower used to serve as the front lighthouse for guiding mariners into the harbor of Port-au-Prince. Monseigneur Guyre Poulard, the Archbishop of Port-au-Prince launched an international designers competition in the fall of 2012 to rebuild the cathedral. After scrutinizing a total of 134 designs, 30 finalists were shortlisted and the winner was selected in February 2013. The winning designer to rebuild the church was Segundo Cardona, a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA). The main requirements for rebuilding designs included: (a) Preserving the remains of dilapidated structure; (b) Plan should be suitable for the rituals of the church; (c) Creating civic space for non-religious purpose; (d) Creating a space for remembrance of the 2010 earthquake tragedy.
Four years after its destruction, the Cathedral of Jacmel will be rebuilt starting September 2014. Bishop of Jacmel, Mgr. Launay Saturne, revealed that Miyamoto Haiti, ancillary to Miyamoto International, would build the Cathedral.
The Archdiocese of Miami has contributed money to buy the land where a multi-use Cathedral will stand. Church functions and community meetings will both share the mixed-use space.
Jacmel Cathedral, ruined by fire in 1896, was rebuilt on the same site.
located in the North of Little Haiti Miami, Florida, Haitian Emmanuel Baptist Church was established in 1973 by Rev. Wilner Maxy. He has been pastor to this Community Church since and became a leader in community involvement. Pastor Maxy believes in working to magnify God through worship and service.
Emmanuel Haitian Baptist Church cares for the spiritual needs of the community as well as its current physical needs. It does its part by providing a variety of outreach services for the elderly and children in the community.
The church has been involved in charitable work in the Haitian community in Miami and also in Haiti with food, clothing and education for the community.
The Church is currently working on an ambitious plan to build a multipurpose center that will serve parishioners and the local community to promote growth through educational, social, economic, health and wellness services to children, youth, adult and senior citizens. The services include: daycare, art, theater, education, tutoring and daily living survival tool
Eglise Baptiste Haitienne Emmanuel
7321 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33138
Tabernacle Seventh-Day Adventist Church does accept the Bible as their only creed and hold certain fundamental beliefs to be the teaching of the Holy Scriptures.
Tabernacle Seventh-Day Adventist Church believes The Holy Scriptures, whether it is the new one or the old one, are the written Word of God, that was given by divine inspiration through holy men of God who spoke and wrote as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. They believe in one God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, a unity of three co-eternal Persons.
God the eternal Son incarnate in Jesus Christ and was active with the Father and the Son in Creation, incarnation, and redemption
Tabernacle Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Little Haiti has for mission to proclaim to all people the everlasting gospel. They strive to provide the atmosphere of fellowship and worship and provide many outreach services to the Haitian community to empower all people to grow spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially.
During the major earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010, Tabernacle Seventh-Day Adventist Church was present with the people of Haiti. The organization has committed to collect aid for Haiti Disaster Relief.
Tabernacle Seventh-Day Adventist Church
8017 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33138
Welcome to First Discipleship Baptist Church.
Schedule/Horaire de l'eglise:
Sunday school 9 :00-10 :00
Adoration et louange 10 :30-Am 12 :30 noon
2ème service adoration et louange 7 :30-9 :15 PM
9 ;Am- noon PM Jeune de prière
6 :30-7 :50 youth praise and worship
Musique d'inspiration 7:00 8:00 PM
Etude biblique 8:01-9:00pm exposé 40 minutes
Thursday/ Jeudi Jeune de prière 9 Am
Club des enfants 5:30-7:00 pm (Ketia and Johanne}
La Jeunesse 7 :00 Pm-9 :00PM
9 :00-pm-12 :00 Veuille de minuit 1er 2eme et 3ème
4ème fellowship 5table rond
First Discipleship Baptist Church
We are located in Little Haiti in Miami
8272 NE 2nd Avenue
Rev Innocent Joseph pastor