Over the weekend, Shenandoah Valley-based newsleader.com threw the spotlight on several ways in which the Episcopal Church is functioning in Haiti, with an emphasis on what might be considered a few of the positives.
Take some time to click through these stories.
- The current condition of Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port-au-Prince
- The ministry of The Rev. Walin DeCamps, known as "Mon Pere," who supervises churches and schools in the Central Plauteau
- Rebuilding efforts assisted by Episcopalians from Staunton, Virginia (and an attendant op-ed)
- An open letter to Haiti from one of the travelers, Cindy Correll, who was careful to reference the considerable work of Haiti-missions animator Rev. Roger Bowen