Haiti News Archives
Walking up the curving driveway to the Hotel Montana, Melissa Crutchfield stopped several time to pick flowers.
The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), working with GlobalMedic, brought the key to life-saving water to Jean's community, which was sleeping in an open field.
Clara “Jean”Arnwine, one of a team of volunteers from Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas, died of injuries she suffered after being trapped inside the Haiti Eye Clinic just blocks away from one of Denizard’s churches.
As the day starts to become night, mothers tend to their crying babies by the pale blue light of cell phones.
UMCOR Haiti Podcast
The United Methodist Committee on Relief and a host of other faith-based groups are on the ground in Haiti as they determine how to assist earthquake survivors.
A major earthquake hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti causing widespread destruction. Millions of people are affected and thousands are feared dead. UMCOR is assessing the needs and preparing to respond. Support for relief efforts can be made to Haiti Emergency, UMCOR Advance # 418325
--"Almost every Haitian family has lost a relative, or friend, or close one," the president of the Methodist Church in Haiti reports in an open letter of appreciation to those assisting his country in the wake of the January 12 earthquake.
Samuel W. Dixon, Jr., age 60, died doing what he loved to do: working for the welfare of the poor and rejected of the world in the name of Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Clinton Rabb, 60, a leader in The United Methodist Church's extensive mission volunteer program, died on January 17 in a Florida hospital of injuries sustained when he was trapped for 55 hours in the ruins of Hotel Montana.