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Calvin Christian Community Group

Calvin Christian Community Group

Calvin Christian Community Group began in 2016. HFL has facilitated a team of students and members of the community who travelled to Northern Haiti to partner with United Christians International and Lemuel Ministries. The primary focus of the work there was food security, agricultural support, house construction, and scholarships for university students.

Recently, due to the ongoing unrest in Haiti, the group hopes to partner with Carlos Pimentel in the neighbouring Dominican Republic, serving primarily Haitian communities in the southern region of the Dominican Republic.

Fundraiser Campaign:

The group is working hard at fundraising for projects in the Dominican Republic. Click the link below for their fundraiser page

Teams sent

Nov 18, 2018

Project Name 1

CaimanMirebalais, Haiti

In November, a team of 14 including HFL leader Jason Krul traveled to Haiti to work alongside United Christians International in Pignon, and FONSOPED in Mirebalais. The team assisted in completing the construction of bridge near the school in Mirebalais, construction of a teacher's housing facility at UCI, conducted home visits in the community, participated in feeding programs, and more!

I have seen firsthand God at work—the Holy Spirit is very much in Haiti within the people.
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Jul 1, 2019

Calvin Christian Group

Caiman, Haiti

A team of 14 from Calvin Christian School Group, led by HFL leader Wilhelmina Krul, worked alongside our partner United Christians International in Pignon, Haiti. They were involved in various construction projects (e.g., building some homes), along with feeding programs and women hygiene teaching.

"This trip brought me to the realization that many Haitians are actually richer than I am. They may be poor outwardly, but their faith is so apparent and their love for God shines out to others."  

Jul 3, 2017

Grand Diable, Haiti

In July, 13 people traveled to Haiti to work alongside Lemuel Ministries in Anse Rouge. The team, comprised of secondary students, worked with the locals to help with the construction of the school, assisted with an agricultural project, provided food gift baskets during home visits of widows and elderly in the community, and taught English and computer classes.

"This trip taught me to always help others when I can and to never take anything for granted."  

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