Since 2010, Morrow Church members have traveled to Mizak, Haiti, each year to support the community of Haitian Artisans for Peace International (HAPI).
Our work in Haiti began in 2010, when Morrow Church members served on Volunteers in Mission teams and participated in earthquake recovery efforts.
The following year, in 2011, our team traveled to the community of La Tremblay to assist local workers in the construction of a church building that had been destroyed in the earthquake.
Over the years, the United Methodist Church in Haiti has become an important mission partner. Our congregation is committed to working with and walking alongside the church in Haiti as they seek to rebuild in the aftermath of the earthquake in 2010.
Our youth and adult teams have worked on a diverse range of projects with HAPI members, including:
To learn more & get involved, email Dorothy Wetzel, Global & Community Outreach Chair, or Melinda Wilkening, HAPI Coordinator.
About Haitian Artisans for Peace International
Haitian Artisans for Peace International (HAPI) seeks to transform Haiti by empowering and advocating for women.
HAPI’s work focuses on 3 key aspects of daily life in Haiti: community health, holistic education, and economic empowerment.
The community of HAPI serves as a model of transformational community, embodied in the love and mission of Jesus Christ, that works to empower Haitian women through educational and economic empowerment.