Come Serve, Come Explore, Come Retreat
SERVE is more complex than accomplishing a list of projects in Haiti. When we invite you to come SERVE, we curate intentional opportunities for you to show the love of Christ throughout our community while preserving families, jobs and dignity for the Haitian people.
EXPLORE is more than coming to see the beautiful country of Haiti…it’s deeper than that. When we invite you to come and EXPLORE, we are giving you access to the rich culture of Haiti, the natural beauty of its landscapes and places of interests and to see how God is moving in this nation! Haiti has more to offer!
RETREAT is more than a departure from your everyday rhythm of life. When we invite you to come RETREAT, we are giving you the space, the time, and permission to just be with Jesus in a beautiful hilltop setting with mountain and ocean views. Jesus is here. Come meet with Him
Book Your Mission Experience to Haiti!
Nestled in the mountains above Grand Goave, overlooking stunning Caribbean waters, IKONDO hosts families, churches, and individuals on life-changing mission trips. During your stay in the hillside village, you’ll have the opportunity to serve the Haitian community and the chance to explore beautiful destinations, all while being given the space to retreat and reconnect with God alongside your team.
IKONDO is a job-creation initiative powered by the Hands and Feet Project poised to change the way the Church approaches missions in Haiti. Alongside traditional missional experiences, you’ll be a vital part of a more dignified and equitable exchange, being truly immersed in the life and culture of your Haitian hosts.
“Participating in The Hands And Feet Project’s Mission Adventure at IKONDO in Haiti was a great experience for our family. We have participated in many types of missions in several countries, and this was the first that gave us the opportunities to bring our younger children along. Mark and the team at Hands and Feet have developed a one of a kind mission experience focusing on creating opportunities for the Haitian people and focusing on a hand up instead of a hand out. They are providing care for children in need, educating and creating jobs, but focusing on the story of hope rather than need. We can’t wait until we get to go back and share again.”
– Aaron A.