Al and Maria Perryman
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 “Being driven by this passion in Christ
subduing all things for his sake”
Youth Explosion Weekend 2014
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 “Greetings! Lady Perryman and I welcome you, along with all of our family and friends, to our Church website. May you have a pleasant search and if there are any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us! God bless you and have a great day.”

Important Information

New Location for Harvest Temple Church Services

Beginning Sunday, July 6, 2014

960 Grove Street  Evanston IL

Coming Soon

Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 7:00 pm at 960 Grove Street in Evanston

Entrepreneur Night!

If you are serious about owning your own business or just making extra income $200-$300 a month working from home a few hours a day then don’t miss this ground floor opportunity!

For more information and reservations call 847-924-6412

First Lady Maria Perryman Traveled to Carrefour

Support Haiti through Missions and Education

I traveled to Carrefour, Haiti July 15- 21 to conduct writing workshops at the Charles Mason Primary Annex School. Haiti has a 50% literacy rate and the students will benefit from this workshop immensely.  Your support will be greatly appreciated. In order for this project to be successful I will need supplies for 5 classrooms.  There are 50 students in each classroom. For your tax deductible contribution go to the top of this page on the right hand side- CLICK on the donations button. Thank you for your support.

If you help the poor, you are lending to the LORD and he will repay you!

Proverbs 19:17 NLT

How You Can Help

Your $25.00 donation will help one Haitian child to obtain a quality education. With your partnership, Harvest Temple C.O.G.I.C is assisting the educational needs of children in Haiti.

A play area in back of school

The Bishop Carlis L. Moody Sr Primary School in Carrefour, Haiti and the Ecole Mixte Freres-unis de Bonnette located in Ganthier, Haiti need your help to register a child for the school year 2012-2013.

Writers Workshop

Students Participating in Writers Workshop

There is a combined enrollment of 500 students. Please consider making a yearly donation of only $25.00 to help register and educate Haitian children all year long!

For pennies a day
That’s less than $3.00 a month. If the children could meet you, I’m sure they’d say “Merci Beaucoup” “Thank you very much for caring about us!”

Register A Child for School in HaitiDONATE ONLINE
Click on the Donate button in the right hand column
(847) 924-6412

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“Sow a Seed and Reap a Harvest”
…. for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.
Gal 6:7

A Comprehensive Writing Workshop

The youth literacy rate is the percentage of people ages 15-24 that can read and write a short, simple statement in the course of their everyday life. Haiti’s literacy rate of about 53 percent falls well below the 90 percent average literacy rate for Latin American and Caribbean countries. The country faces shortages in educational supplies and qualified teachers, and the rural population remains underrepresented in the country’s classrooms.

Maria Perryman Teaches in HaitiCurrently, most Haitian schools are private rather than state-funded. Schools ran by churches educate about 90 percent of the students in Haiti. Many of the churches are having a difficult time keeping the schools open because of dwindling donations which are the major source of funding and most families simply can’t afford the registration fees.  Your financial support of  $25.00 a year will makes it possible for us to register one Haitian student.

Our goal is to register 500 students for school in September 2012. With each registration costing about $2.00 a month per student  your gift of $25.00 will go a long way in fighting the poor literacy rate in Haiti one student at a time.

Haiti School Pictures

PicturesTop left – Maria Perryman (educator –Chicago Public Schools) providing Writing Workshop Professional Development for the teachers along with the translator.  Bottom left -Students from the Bishop Carlis Moody Sr. School and working on their stories.   Middle -  Students at the Bonnette School    Bottom right – Students from the Bonnette School working on their stories and showing off their writing workshop folders.