Friday, January 22, 2010

Update from The Episcopal Church in Haiti

Here's what's left of Trinity Cathedral ...

... and the Convent of St. Mary.

And in the shadow of unimaginable devastation, the Episcopal Church is there on the ground ...

... bringing aid, comfort and hope to "the least of these" -- those who have been the victims of systemic poverty and are now the victims of this natural disaster as well.

Here's what the Wall Street Journal reported about the work of the Episcopal Church in Haiti:

"In a ruined country whose government has all but stopped functioning in a city whose crowded shanties remain far from the cargoes of aid that are flying into the airport, someone has to fill the gap. In this part of the captial city, it falls to the church."

Watch the four minute report here ... and then donate below to the Episcopal Relief & Development Haiti Fund. Be part of making God's love tangible to our human family siblings in Haiti!

Click here to donate to the Episcopal Relief & Development Haiti Crisis Fund -- or visit the Action Table on the lawn on Sunday!


  1. Wow, this is the first time I've seen a picture of our convent in Haiti. Did one of you take it?

  2. It is St. Margaret's Convent in Haiti, the convent of the Sisters of St. Margaret

  3. hi, The Episcopal church has always been known for doing an admirable job in Haiti ... I hope they can move forward and that they can buy viagra