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ABOUT THE CHURCH

Eglise Nouvelle Jerusalem in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, has approximately 6,000 members, and they hold three services every Sunday. The church also houses a school of 600 children in kindergarten through primary school (6th grade). Eglise Nouvelle Jerusalem is part of a denomination called Mission Evangelique de la Nouvelle Jerusalem d'Haiti, a denomination with 20 churches around the country. Eglise Nouvelle Jerusalem is the "mother church," and Pastor Yvon holds the position of Surintendant (presiding elder, or Superintendent) of the denomination. The church has a heart for reaching out to children who have lost their parents. Eglise Nouvelle Jerusalem seeks to both place these children in loving families and to empower the church congregation to serve and care for those families as a picture of the Gospel.

Pastor Yvon Delissaint

Pastor Yvon Delissaint was born December 12, 1958, in l'Azil, a town in the commune (county) of Nippe. He and his wife, Anne Monette Candio Delissaint, have been married since 1986, and they have two adult sons. Both of their sons are college graduates, and one of them works  in the church's ministry full-time with his father. Pastor Yvon has been on staff at Eglise Nouvelle Jerusalem since 1977, and has been serving as the senior pastor since 1982.

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Information

Project: Support the Home Based Care (HBC) Program, meeting the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of 20 families caring for orphaned and vulnerable children within the community. 

Funding Needed: $500 per month

Number of Children Helped: 20

Region: Caribbean

Primary Issues: Poverty, Unemployment, Child Slavery

Care Point: Home Based Care

HOME BASED CARE program (HBC)

Through the HBC program, project sponsorship will meet the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of 20 families caring for orphaned and vulnerable children through:

  • Food baskets for the entire family
  • Education scholarship for the child in the program
  • Family health insurance and ongoing medical care
  • Church coordinator assistance and home visitations
  • Wholistic care training - physical, emotional, spiritual