The Episcopal Church isn't alone in responding to the plight of Episcopalians in Haiti. Other provinces of the Anglican Communion are making commitments to increase their support of the Haitian people, and are holding special events to mark the first anniversary of the devastating quake.
"Geneva’s St Pierre Cathedral, Cour de St-Pierre, is set to host an ecumenical celebration of music and meditation for Haiti on 30 October at 6pm. Featuring the accomplished choirs of the Anglican and Episcopal Churches in Geneva, ‘Psalms for Haiti’ will commemorate those who died in January’s devastating earthquake. The music and accompanying words of reflection will lead event-goers in a spiritual exploration of some of the best- and least-known Biblical psalms.
While entrance is free to all, ‘Psalms for Haiti’ will be making a collection for the reconstruction of Port-au-Prince’s Episcopal Cathedral complex. Personal testimonies and a multi-media display will provide insightful and inspiring information about the wide range of social and educational projects run by the Haitian Cathedral - both before and after the earthquake.
On Saturday, 6th November, at 11.30am, in Armagh Church of Ireland Cathedral, the Dean of Derry, The Very Reverend William Morton, will launch a CD entitled, ‘Hymns for Haiti’ sung by The Lowry Singers with their director, Earl Moffitt and organist Phillip Elliott."