Bring A Team!


Led by missionaries – Jose and Jody Castillo, Beth Lockwood,  and Pierre  – this  campus plant by Northwest Haiti Christian Mission is just three years old!

This is the future site of the following: Church, School, Orphanage, Feeding Programs, Elderly Homes, Hospital, Clinic, Group Center, Agricultural Projects, & More.

This blog represents the highs and lows of starting a new campus in Haiti!

Let the Adventure Begin!

“Little Things” at NWHCM from NWHCM on Vimeo.


So you want to serve in Haiti, huh? We couldn’t be more excited for you, as you’re about to embark on an adventure that’ll impact more lives than you can count…including your own. This page is a step-by-step guide containing just about every bit of information you’ll need to know before you go, so click around and soak it all in. Thanks!


Okay, first things first. Download our Traveler Handbook here. It’s a veritable cornucopia of short-term missionary knowledge and will likely contain answers to most of your initial questions. Really!

For a general overview and estimated cost breakdown of a short-term trip through NWHCM, visit the Trip Basics page. And in case we missed anything in the Handbook, please peruse our FAQs.

Everything sound OK so far? Great. Your next step is to find travel dates that coordinate with your busy schedule. Here’s a list of all our available upcoming trips. NOTE: Serving at our Mole St. Nicolas campus requires special arrangements, which you can make by emailing our travel coordinators.

NWHCM Teams Account and Application Information

If you’ve followed all the steps to this point, congratulations! You’re officially a Northwest Haiti Christian Mission team member! Your NWHCM Teams account page is a great place to go from here, as it’s the place you’ll find everything from FAQ’s to updated fundraising totals. Now’s a great time to also start thinking about sending out letters and emails to raise support. You can find all kinds of fundraising information in the Handbook (you DID read that, right?), but for now, go ahead and copy/paste/write down the following link. It’ll take you to the part of our website where your friends and family can financially support you. Make sure they know to put your name in the “Notes” section.
And there you have it! You’re well on your way to Haiti, if we do say so ourselves. We look forward to serving with you in the not-so-distant future. If you have any remaining questions about short-term missions through NWHCM, please email and ask away.

See you soon!                    

Click the link below to find out more about specific ministries you can be involved with on the Mole Campus.

Bring A Team To Mole St Nicholas!

There’s all kinds of ministry opportunities here in Mole St Nicholas!
We would love to host your team and minister alongside you!
Click the link above to open a PDF file full of pictures and ministry opportunities!
Feel free to email us with questions –


  1. Hi Jody, I am Autumn Marshall’s Mom. We are having a women’s retreat in April and it is on Constructing Women For Christ. I thought it would be really neat to raise money to build a fishing boat for one of the villages. Is this still a need? If so could you direct me to the right blog where I could get some information to share with the ladies and motivate them to give freely. I thought I saw on your blog that one boat could help feel 100 people. I thought that was amazing. Also could you let me know what it would cost to build a boat. I don’t know if we could build a whole boat or not as I don’t have any idea about the cost. I was very glad to read that you are all safely back home. We will be praying for everyone to stay healthy. God bless you in all your works. Thanks for any help you can give. Marty Marshall

    1. Hi Marty!!

      That’s an awesome idea! We can build a boat for 850.00. I blog here and on my personal blog. The stuff about the boats was actually on my personal one! Sometimes I write and forget which blog I’m on!! LOL!

      The next village we want to help is Preskul. Ka Pa Fu has all of their boats – but Preskul looks exactly the same as this village. They lost their boats too but we just found the village last week. So it will be a new project. This would be a huge blessing! Yes – each boat can feed 100 people.

      Here are a few links you can cut and paste and it will bring up the blogs about the boats:

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