In 2003, Hope for Haiti Worship Center (Temple de Espoir Haïti) opened it’s doors to the town of Ouanaminthe, Haiti. The ministry is founded upon a healthy spiritual life, and an active walk and belief in Jesus Christ. The ministry wanted to extend the reach of her mission and vision into the surrounding community, providing them the opportunity to grow in a relationship with Christ and receive discipleship and encouragement from a community of strong believers.
Today, hundreds of people from Ouanaminthe and neighboring villages, attend weekly services at the Hope for Haiti Worship Center where they receive the message of love, hope, spiritual growth, and healing. The worship center is a non-denominational church led by Haitian pastors, accompanied by a pastoral staff.
In addition to the church, Danita’s Children evangelizes the community with weekly outreach through Safari Sunday School presentations.
Each week, the bright yellow Safari truck, drives to remote areas of Northeast Haiti to share the message of love and hope of Jesus Christ to hundreds of children. Led by missionary staff, the children participate in music, drama and creative lessons to learn all about what it means to have a relationship with the Lord.
Safari Sunday School is giving children in the most rural of villages in Haiti the opportunity to learn what it means to have a relationship with Christ. Because of faithful giving and donations, Danita’s Children is able to make a lasting and positive impact on the lives of hundreds of people through the Hope for Haiti Worship Center and Safari Sunday School.
“And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you,
as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.”
– Matthew 25:40