- First Class Hotels
- Entrance and Program Fees
- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Daily
- Overseas Transfers
Day 1 Sept. 22 (Tuesday) – Depart USA and arrive in Port Au Prince.
Upon arrival you will be met by a Mission of Grace representative who will direct you to your bus and transfer. From the airport, you will make your way to the Resort and Mission of Grace Center for a ministry orientation. After orientation, you will have dinner and check in to your hotel.
Day 2 Sept. 23 (Wednesday) – Missions Activities
Your Missions activities start today! Enjoy breakfast at the resort, then from the hotel you will make a short walk to the Mission of Grace Orphanage Center. More than 60 children ranging in age from 1-16 years old live here. Many individuals come to serve within our orphanage leading activities and doing crafts with our children, as well as serve alongside our full-time nannies. Be a part of writing a new future for them; a future in which they know they are accepted by a God who loves them and has a great plan for their lives. All of your meals for the day will be provided by the resort.
Day 3 Sept. 24 (Thursday) – Missions Activities / Tour Optional Museum Musee du Pantheon
Enjoy breakfast at the resort, continue your work in the Orphanage, and following lunch at the resort, you can enjoy an optional tour to the Museum Musee du Pantheon (additional $40 per person). The Museum features the heroes of the independence and the Haitian history and culture, heroes such as “Silver Gun” and the bell used to announce the independence. It also contains various exhibits of slavery, sculptures and temporary exhibitions of paintings. Return in time for dinner at the resort and retire for the evening.
Day 4 Sept. 25 (Friday) – Missions Activities / Tour Optional Bassin Bleu
Enjoy breakfast at the resort, then continue with your Missions activities by working with the elderly home in the morning that is a short walk from the resort. Home of Grace was once the first ministry and moved to their new permanent home in April, 2016. We have men and women with varying degrees of health and ability who receive full-time quality care. Spend your time doing physiotherapy and crafts. The most vulnerable in any society are the young, the sick, and the elderly. Haiti is no exception. There are many elderly and disabled citizens who require love and compassion, as well as physical assistance, yet there are few institutions or organizations that meet these needs. Home of Grace is a home where the elderly or ill are cared for and fed on a daily basis by five full-time caregivers. In the afternoon following your lunch at the resort, you can enjoy an optional tour where you can visit Bassin Bleu (additional $30 per person). Tucked into the mountains 12km northwest of Jacmel, Bassin Bleu is a series of three cobalt-blue pools linked by waterfalls that make up one of the prettiest swimming holes in Haiti where kids often jump from high rocks. Return in time for dinner at the resort and retire for the evening.
Day 5 Sept. 26 (Saturday) – Mission Activities
Enjoy breakfast at the resort, continue with your Missions activities by working with the elderly home in the morning or Orphanage of Grace.
Day 6 Sept. 27 (Sunday) – Morning Worship at a local Church in Haiti
Enjoy breakfast at the resort. This morning you will have the unique experience of attending a worship service with a local congregation. Church in Haiti is very important and people wear their best clothes each Sunday. Over 200 people pack the church building each Sunday as we gather to worship God and hear from His word. Throughout the week we conduct Bible studies, and a number of our pastors and members travel throughout the village and the mountain sharing the love of Jesus through prayer, evangelism, and often some much needed food. We ask that women wear a dress or a knee-length skirt and a blouse or shirt that has sleeves (no tank tops). For men, we ask you to wear long pants and a collared shirt. In the afternoon following lunch at the resort, take time to enjoy the private beach and pool at the resort. Take time to enjoy a glass bottom boat tour (provided by the resort). If you are in the mood for some excitement, rent a jet ski (provided by the resort). All of these options are services provided by the resort, and payment and pricing are all done by the resort. Enjoy dinner at the resort to conclude your Sunday.
Day 7 Sept. 28 (Monday) – Missions Activities / Optional Tour of Palace of Sans Souci
Enjoy breakfast at the resort. Your Missions activities will continue by serving in one of the provided missions. In the afternoon following lunch at the resort, you can enjoy an optional tour where you can visit the Palace of Sans Souci (additional $40). The majestic ruins of the Palace of Sans Souci stand amid verdant mountains in the north of Haiti. The site evokes the reign of King Henri I, known as King Henri Christophe, who was instrumental in the Haitian Revolution that won independence from France in 1804. This architectural complex was completed in 1813 as the residence and administrative center of King Henri. Return in time for dinner at the resort and retire for the evening.
Day 8 Sept. 29 (Tuesday) – Return to USA
Today you will say farewell to Mission of Grace and Haiti as you return home with many wonderful memories and stories to share.