Missions Social Services

Helping the neediests

For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me

Emmanuel International Missions is thriving to improve living conditions throughout the community by providing the necessary help in the following areas: financial, educational, social, medical and spiritual.

DISCIPLING, EMPOWERING & EQUIPPING THE UNDERPRIVILEDEG!

  • We work both locally and abroad. 
  • More than twenty-five (25) years of mission trips. 
  • More than $120,000.00 of help every year! 
  • Thousands have been helped around the world.
  • Providing support at 10 locations in Haiti. 

CHILDREN SCHOOLS

Our children are part of an educational system with strong curriculum, Bible study, games, and singing. At VBS, we provide food and refreshments.

CHILDREN SUMMER CAMP [GIFT & PARTY]

Every day, hundreds of children are part of a summer camp with educational and recreational activities such as Bible study, games, and songs following with a snack. A big party is organized with a decent meal and gifts for over a thousand of children. 

FREE HEALTH CARE SERVICES

At each mission trip, the community has opportunities to receive free health care including consultation and medication. Nurses and doctors from Miami and Haiti give care to about 250 people daily. 

youth camp

More than 350 young people from 9 churches get the opportunity to visit, learn, explore and make news friends at their youth camps.

financial support & leaders' education

Workshops, seminars, degree programs are offered to our community leaders with the best instructors and the most valuable contents.

Beside investing in people’s education, our team care about monetary supports, which contribute in fulfilling both instructional and physical needs.

weddings

Each year, we are committed to get rid of adulterous relationships in our churches by helping people in need get married. We provide complete support from weddings clothes, accessories, reception and honey moon. 

jesus feeding 5,000