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14 Croix des Boquets

15 Forest des Pines


Extreme unemployment and unstable food supply for families (Children and elderly vulnerable)
Unsafe water supply may exist
Medical care is too expensive or non existent
Shelter is poor, in general, or barely exists
Church pastor feels helpless
Feeding program at least 3-days per week
Clean water supplied for cooking
Stipends paid for the pastor & cooks


All children needing food are in a feeding program
C4C stipends continue for administering the feeding program
No children are showing signs of malnutrition
Mobile Medical Clinics (MMCs) at least twice a year
Children are not dying from ‘simple preventable’ causes
Pastor starting to become a community leader
Working issues outside of the church
Clean water is available for drinking/cooking
Some jobs have been created
Low water/sustainable farming is starting


Pastor(s) is the ‘go to guy’ to help solve community problems. The community says “he is my pastor”
Jobs have been created to supplement income needs
Pastors are receiving a small salary from their church & along with sustainable farming so they can live without C4C stipend support
Low water, sustainable farming is widely accepted and successful
Clean water for drinking/cooking is readily available
Acceptable shelter in place for everyone
Medical care is available through MMC’s quarterly or people have enough money to go to the nearest clinic
Primary education is available and affordable
Children needing a supplemental food source has dropped dramatically, stipends for feeding program not needed


Arche de L’Alliance

Our main church partner, Arche de L’Alliance is located in Kenscoff.

This church is under the direction of Bishop Renelus Maxime. The church was founded in 1974 and is home to 535 church members. Arche de L’Alliance is also the main church to 14 other churches located in rural areas of Haiti. The mission of Arche de L’Alliance is to spread the gospel by evangelizing across the poor communities of Haiti. Ten times per year, the church sends mission teams out to the remote regions to preach, encourage and support the rural churches through baptisms, weddings and revivals. C4C is a partner to Arche de L’Alliance and works side by side both at the Kenscoff church and the rural churches through feeding programs, mobile medical clinics, pastor empowerment, and job creation.

In 2017, C4C assisted Arche de L’Alliance in expanding and renovating their church to give more families the opportunity to come to know Jesus.

Pastor Training & Renovation

In addition, C4C, Arche de L’ Alliance and Highlands Church (AZ) provide pastoral training for the church leaders in the 14 locations. More than forty pastors and church leaders graduated from a two-year spiritual mentorship program (mini seminary). An additional 40 leaders are enrolled in a 2nd session of this seminary.

C4C supports the churches that are part of our network through renovation of roofs, walls, floors, benches, and in some cases, new church construction.