When we first started going to Haiti, we saw something that made a lasting impact on us. It was something we hadn’t experienced in America.
Most people in Haiti are poor and struggling to provide for themselves. But, in contrast, they are people of hope, full of joy and praise for their Lord, Jesus Christ. The news here often tells of the bad things happening there, but I never heard any network talking about the peoples' response to those difficulties.
Most Americans wouldn’t go to Haiti and see this, so we decided to bring Haiti to them!
Hope Haitian Choir is made up of children and young adults ages 7 to 17.
Most are from the Port au Prince area in Haiti.
The children, along with their chaperones, have come to the states for a month each summer since 2012, singing and dancing and sharing the hope of Haiti throughout the eastern US. We love to do what we do, and have been privileged to perform on radio and television stations, on a library lawn, at a block party, Walmart, a fair, at Christian conventions in Haiti, at the Rotunda in the Capitol building in DC, and in a variety of churches. You can find us on You Tube!
Just do a search for Hope Haitian Choir.
Our most recent promo video is below. Also, check out the great video below produced by our friend Gephte Joseph after training in March of 2016!!