Mission trip to HATS-Haiti in January 2010
See http://hatshaiti.blogspot.com for ongoing updates
Thank You for posting this on your site.Everyone is welome and please bring a candle that will be safe to have lit for a while.Blessings to all the Haiti team, our prayers continue!Amanda
Great to see the prayer service added to the site! Love & blessings continue to be sent to the Haiti mission team from all of us.Kim Brown
Prayer Vigil for Haiti: January 18th,6:30pm atYarmouth Community Church, (Salvation Army) 103 Brunswick Street, Yarmouth. Everyone welcome.Please come and pray for the nation and the team.Rev. Wayne Johnson: Chair of Yarmouth County Protestant Ministerial, Major Peter Rowe--Vice-Chair.
Hi Tim, Yesterday at church your father brought us up to date as much as he could on the events going on with you and the team and also of the events taking place in the city. We are so thankful that you are all Ok. When I first heard the news of the quake I had flashback to when you went home with us after Sunday School-when you were young and then again when you started dating a certain girl from Cedar Lake just up the road from us. And I sure had tears of joy and relief when the news finally came that all were safe and unhurt. Praying that you will get your flight home very soon and that you all have a safe trip. The blog is sure an eyeopener--we have no idea of how bad things can be. Bye bye for now, Love Helen
For those who havent heard yet- the team is safe at teh Canadian Embassy , just waiting for a flight out.Hannah
Hi everyone, the team has made it safely to the Canadian embassy. Keep praying that they will be able to get a flight out soon. Patricia
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