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Haiti 2010: The Haiti Earthquake and Aftermath

A volunteer team of United Methodists, led by Greg Forrester (top left), and a Haitian interpreter worked May 10-17 in Mellier, Haiti.

Haiti volunteers already looking to 2012

Space remains for additional volunteer teams this year. Read More

Children attend school under a tarp at the Carrefour Methodist church in Haiti.

Volunteer teams aid in Haiti recovery

United Methodists have raised more than $40 million for Haiti. Read More

Clinton Rabb’s family remembers the music

Mission leader's voice was "a wonderful sound" heard around the world. Read More

Jean Arnwine displays several pairs of glasses during a light moment at the Haiti Eye Clinic in Petit-Goâve, Haiti.

Jean Arnwine loved family, friends, faith

Amazing person of faith, one of the best friends anyone could have. Read More

The Rev. Sam Dixon shares a digital photo with children during a visit to Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, in December 2007.

Smile, passion linger for those who knew Dixon

The Rev. Sam Dixon had a heart for people in need, friends recall. Read More

Jean Arnwine (center) rides in the back of a pickup truck during her first mission trip to Haiti.

Quake survivors rise up for Haiti

United Methodists emerge from valley of death vowing to bring new life to impoverished nation. Read More

Workers dig through the rubble of the Hotel Montana in Port-au-Prince.

Trapped Haiti workers search for way out

United Methodists pinned beneath rubble take greater risks as time starts to run out. Read More

A crucifix stands amid the rubble of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Missions of mercy become tests of faith

The untold story of courage and sacrifice amid the rubble of the Haiti earthquake. Read More

Noel Zierne (left) prays during worship at St. Martin Methodist Church in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Haitians mourn losses from quake

"It felt like the end of the world," one survivor says. Read More

A father helps his son with basic hygiene at a makeshift camp in the municipal soccer stadium in Leogane, Haiti, following the earthquake.

Haiti journal: Dreading the rainy season

Winter Olympics should not overshadow needs of suffering nation. Read More

Residents of Mellier, Haiti, leave an aid distribution sponsored by the United Methodist Committee on Relief carrying food parcels on their heads.

Haitian church members distribute UMCOR food

FROM REPORTER IN HAITI: For many in Haiti's outlying areas, aid from The United Methodist Church was the first help they have received. Read More

Holly lives next door to the orphanage.

Haiti journal: Deaconess, 82, cares for orphans

FROM REPORTER IN HAITI: Holly preaches and heals at Methodist Children's Home. Read More

Workers move bags of flour in the Boutique Market in Port-au-Prince,Haiti, where the United Methodist Committee on Relief is buying supplies to feed 160 families in Mellier.

UMCOR begins pilot aid project for Haitians

FROM TEAM IN HAITI: Relief agency distributing food to rural town. "God is happy," a volunteer says. Read More

A father helps his son with basic hygiene at the camp where they are staying in Leogane, Haiti.

Haiti journal: Home is a field, but families remain families

More than 5,000 displaced Haitians turn a soccer field into a community. Read More

Mission leader Rabb celebrated for making difference

Friends recall passion for service. "Clint's God was always getting bigger." Read More

The Rev. Sam Dixon greets children in Indonesia in this file photo.

UMCOR’s Sam Dixon remembered for life of service

Friends lift up United Methodist leader's passion for faith, mission. Read More

Clara Jean Arnwine, left, and Alex Paz were part of the medical mission team from Highland Park United Methodist Church that was in Haiti when the quake struck.

Haiti mission volunteer remembered as symbol of love

Jean Arnwine was excited about helping others, her husband recalls. Read More