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January Update 2016

Happy New Year to everyone! I pray the Lord will bless you with a great year filled with joy, hope, and peace. Thanks so much to those who have held us up in prayer and helped us with financial support in the past year. It has been a challenging but fruitful year. Everything we do, we do in the name of Jesus Christ!

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Haiti Mission Trip December 2015 PDF Print E-mail

 

You may click the following link to view pictures from the Haiti Mission Trip December 2015: PHOTOS DEC 2015

 
Mission Trips PDF Print E-mail

 

We schedule several mission trips each year to Haiti.  If you would like to participate or organize a trip for your church group, contact Harry Whitt at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call the office 256-593-4611.

You may view some pictures from previous mission trips at the following link: click here for Haiti pictures.

 

 
Quick Facts About Our Work In Haiti: PDF Print E-mail


Pathway Outreach Ministries, Inc. was founded in 1994 by Harry Whitt.

We have been associated with Pastor Baptiste Fritznel (informally called Pastor Fanfan) since 1994. He was commissioned by Pathway Outreach Ministries in 1995 to begin a ministry in the Buteau area of Leogane, Haiti. The church began as a small congregation meeting under a brush arbor. We purchased land and by God's grace built the church building. The church's name is Centre de L'Eglise Chretienne (Christian Church Center).

Soon after the main church building was completed, we started the school. This year we have nine teachers and about 200 students. We purchase uniforms and books each year for the students. We pay nine staff members at the school and try to feed the children two to three days each week. Students in years past have attended classes in the two school buildings and in the main church building.  In the earthquake, one of our school buildings was destroyed and the other damaged.  We have since repaired the damaged building and built a new addition of 20 feet by 150 feet.

Pathway Outreach Ministries, Inc. receives its support from a number of different churches and individuals and is not soley supported by any one church or denomination.

 
 

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