Colorado Haiti Project
The Episcopal Church in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, is an outgrowth of U.S. mission work and still a diocese of our Church.
As part of a national program various stateside dioceses are in partnership with a Haitian parish and jointly work to strengthen and expand the ministry of that parish.
Our Colorado Diocese is in partnership with St. Paul Parish in the community of Petit Trou de Nippes, situated about 80 miles West of Port au Prince, Haiti's capitol. Participating congregations in our Diocese are asked to adopt a child's annual school tuition ($350 which includes a hot lunch daily) in the parish school. In addition, special projects arise and congregations are asked to participate as they are able. For several years, St. Paul's has supported an entire class of 20 students.
Learn more at Episcopal Relief & Development at www.episcopalrelief.org.
To participate in the St. Paul's, Fort Collins project, please contact Lawrence Baietti at email@example.com, or email the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Paul’s has participated generously in the NetsforLife program through the Episcopal Relief & Development program. NetsforLife works with local governments and skilled health workers overseas to promote a culture of using bed nets and seeking treatment for malaria, which is still one of the most common causes of illness and death in sub-Saharan Africa, especially for children under five. NetsforLife®is strengthening communities to stop the spread of malaria and bringing hope to millions of people. Learn More at www.episcopalrelief.org.