Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Haiti Update - Episcopal Church

Dear Friends in Christ:

We have devastating news to share with you from Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake yesterday. According to reports I have received here in LesCayes, the damage in Port au Prince and areas around it is terrible.

There is no Cathedral. The entire Holy Trinity complex is gone. The convent for the Sisters of St. Margaret is gone. The Bishop's house is gone.The College St. Pierre is gone. The apartment for College St. Pierre is still standing. Bishop Duracin no longer has a house in which to live.

In Trouin, four people were killed during a service. In Grand Colline, the church is part of st Martin of tours is gone. In St. Etienne Buteau the church, the rectory and the school are gone. In Les Cayes, BTI is OK, but some people were injured trying to get out of the buildings during the quake. The rectory in Les Cayes is in very bad condition.

The Rev. Kesner Ajax
Executive Director, Bishop Tharp Institute (BTI)
8 Rue du Quai, Cayes
Tel. Office: 011-509-2286-4676011-509-2286-4677Mobile: 011-509-3445-3346011-509-3724-8376
Mailing address:100 Airport Ave Venice Fl. 34285
Or Partnership Program Coordinator
Episcopal Diocese of Haiti C/o Lynx Air
P.O. Box 407139Fort Lauderdale, FL 33340


At 6:36 PM, Blogger Susan said...

Members of the 2009 class of The General Theological Seminary hold all Haitians in their prayers, particularly their fellow classmate Frederic Menelas, serving in Croix des Bouquets. Please share any information you may have.


Susan Carter+


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