THE HAITI MINISTRY educates, engages, and unites congregations in God’s mission in Haiti and specifically in supporting our Mission Worker Cindy Corell. Teams visit Haiti each year to learn and deepen the relationship between the presbytery and Cindy’s work, and then serve as a resource for other churches.


Elizabeth McGuire, moderator

Patrick Dennis

Sarah Dennis

Bill Nix

Becky Soper

Lynn Wiard

Mary Jane Winter

Following God's Call to Haiti

Nearly three-quarters of Haitians live on less than two dollars a day. Hunger and poverty are daily challenges, as are political turmoil and violence.

Yet God is at work in Haiti.

God called Cindy to serve in the desperately poor country of Haiti. As a Presbyterian mission co-worker, she works with a network of Haitian farmers to bring change in the name of Christ to those who are the most vulnerable.

God is at work through Cindy and our Haitian partners.

God is also at work through us. Together, we can support Haitian farmers and empower leaders so they can grow food for their families, send their children to school, and address injustice.​

Mission co-worker Cindy Corell (right)
Mission co-worker Cindy Corell (right)

February 2019 Mission Trip

In late January, the U.S. State Department posted a level 3 travel advisory for Haiti, recommending travelers avoid the country. With conditions unchanged in Haiti, Haiti Ministry has postponed the mission trip planned for February 2019.

Please keep the people of Haiti and mission co-worker Cindy Corell in your prayers.


This ministry of ours lifts me every day. Thank you for supporting our work here, for supporting us financially, for keeping us in your prayers, for listening and caring.

Cindy Corell