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How to Get Here

From Delmas

Turn onto Delmas 75 (by Quisqueya Christian School) and continue down the main paved road. You will curve/turn to the left as you merge with Delmas 77 and then right, then left as you make your way down Rue Faustin 1ere.

At the large tan IMO church, turn right (Rue Dalia) and continue until the four-way intersection. At the intersection, take a left onto Rue Catalpa. Follow Rue Catalpa down until you see the large blue gate on the left. That gate is Quisqueya Chapel.

From Route Freres

Turn onto Rue Canal/Puits Blain at the Djoumbala intersection (near the Total station). Continue through Puits Blain, bearing left at the tap-tap stop. Continue past the gas station and Hopital Espoir. Shortly after passing the Catholic church, turn right onto Rue Catalpa. Follow Rue Catalpa down, continuing straight through the four-way intersection, until you see the large blue gate on the left. That gate is Quisqueya Chapel.

Sunday Mornings: What to expect

8:30 am Sunday School | 9:45 am Worship Service

We have Sunday School classes for all ages beginning at 8:30 am. After you park, just make your way down to the entrance of the sanctuary and someone will be there to direct you to the right class.

At 9:45 am, our Sunday morning worship service begins in the sanctuary. If you need help finding a seat, ushers at the main entrance will help you out. Once inside, you’ll see people wearing everything from shorts and t-shirts to shirts and ties. We don’t have a dress code and we encourage you to dress comfortably.

Our style of worship tends to be more contemporary, and the music is lead by a team of musicians using the piano, drums, and guitars. During the service, we’ll sing, we’ll pray, we’ll visit with each other and we’ll hear a message preached from the Bible by a member of our preaching team. The service usually runs for about an hour and a half.

Childcare is available for children ages infant to 3 years old in our nursery found in the building next to the sanctuary on the parking lot side. Children ages 4 through 4th grade who would like to participate in children’s church are dismissed right before the sermon to go over to the library where they’ll sing and have a special lesson taught by one of our children’s church volunteers.

After the service is finished, people often hang out and visit with each other in the courtyard, and young families often make their way to the playground so their kids can play. One of the things you’ll notice right away is the beautiful, spacious grounds at the Chapel provide a great place for kids to run and play!