owning the
lostness, the
and the
poverty of the
region in Haiti

  • The Property site of La Coma

    Photo: John Black

  • Property site of La Coma

    Photo: John Black Photo

  • Children at La Coma

    Photo: John Black Photo


La Coma

  • Population: 0
  • Children: 23
  • Shepherd: Marc Walter
  • Partner(s): First Church of Christ, Lakeside Christian Church

La Coma needs your help. Our goal is to make this village self-supporting, and provide all their basic needs like food, education and spiritual growth.

We need YOU to make it happen.

2 Ways to Help La Coma


Community Fund

One time gifts provide top tangible needs for this village


$25 Gifts

Monthly gifts move the meter & unlock new ministries for this village

$ 39,205

raised so far

GiveOne-Time Gift →

Gifts to the community fund provides its top needs

Fence property

description for this project.

Annual Revival Service

Generator for Lights

Build School


Storage Depot

Purchase land

Raise Pigs

Purchase Donkeys for Transportation

Purchase Farm Equipment

Raise Chickens

Dig a Well

Cooking School

Build a Road

Give monthly sponsorship gift →
Free School

Remaining 2/3 scholarship for up to 280 children


Books provided for students


Uniforms provided for students

Feed School

280 students will be fed

Start School

1/3 scholarship for up to 280 children for school

Community Shepherd

Housing and salary for Haitian leader of the village

Welcome to La Coma

Just a few miles south of Haiti's north coast runs a dusty road connecting Port e Paix to Jean Rabel. A few miles east of Jean Rabel stretches a field of majestic Latanye trees. The leaves of these with leaves commonly used to make baskets from, serve as a gateway to the market-town of LaComa. Surrounding this town are communities of people who regularly make the journey from their homes into town to sell their wares, seek health care, pursue education, and just generally engage in community. The field of trees along the road is the site of a construction project. The project is to erect a building for the members of Lacoma Christian Church to worship in, attend school in, and generally engage in "Christian" community. From this beautiful plot of land, so perfectly positioned at the entrance of Lacoma, plans are being laid by Haitian Pastor Marc Walter to lead his congregation as they reach out to a town desperate for Christ.

‹ Fully Funded Projects In Progress ›


Build Church
25% done

Church built!



‹ Completed Projects ›
Contact NWHCM

TEL 3177338770
FAX 3177338773

NW Haiti Christian Mission
7271 Mayflower Park
Zionsville IN  45077