Cook's United Methodist Church
Traditional Worship – 9:30am
Acoustic Worship – 5:30pm
Small groups for all ages meet following each worship service.
We hope you’ll join us!
Look at this amazing rag tag bunch of people! We made it back to the USA!! In Atlanta now and headed home soon. #Goddidit #Backfromhaiti
We are so thankful to report that our team in Haiti is on the move and on its way home! Right now the final team members are onboard a chartered plane flight to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. From there, the entire team will take a direct commercial flight to Nashville and arrive home tomorrow!
We are so thankful for the faithfulness, patience, and strength of our mission team on the ground, the good guidance of our ministry partner Grace and Glory, and the tireless work of our Director of Outreach Jeff Loper and and High Point Travel for helping make this happen. We are also very thankful for the many prayers and expressions of support our team has received from friends near and far! Most of all, we are thankful to God, who is always faithful and is near to us wherever we are.
Please continue to pray for the teams from other churches who are still in Haiti looking to make their way home. And pray for our team's continued safety today and tomorrow as they travel home. Thank you! ... See more
The group from Kore Foundation has safely made it out of Haiti. Still awaiting the latest from the group from Providence/Grace and Glory.
Our team is safe at the hotel in Santo Domingo! Thank you all for your prayers!!! Keep them coming! Special thank you to our team in Haiti, US team leaders & the families of this amazing team! We are hoping to get back to work soon helping our farmers, feeding kids and sharing the hope & love of Jesus!! ... See more
Thank you for your continued prayers for our mission team in Haiti! The team remains safe in its hotel near the Benevolence School in Lanzac. Unfortunately, the conditions in and around the Port au Prince airport (about 40 miles to the south) have worsened, the airport has closed for the day, and the team was not able to begin its journey home this afternoon as hoped.
Tomorrow morning the team is planning to take a helicopter to the Port au Prince airport in order to go through customs and then immediately board a charter plane to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. On Wednesday, they are scheduled to take a direct commercial flight from Santo Domingo to Nashville.
Please continue to pray for the safety and security of our team as they travel. Pray for favor as they go through the expedited customs process in Port au Prince. Pray for continued strength and peace for our team members, who are anxious to return home. And pray peace for the people of Haiti during this troubled time. ... See more