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Boston Missionary Baptist Church



May 28, 2016

Dear Friend,


In about 3 months, we will be embarking on our 12thannual mission trip to La Romana, Dominican Republic (August 8th - August 15th).  There, we will be ministering to the Haitian immigrants, the Haitian-Dominicans and the Dominicans.  As in the past, we will be having our “NOCHE Haitiana-Dominicana” on August 12th which will be totally in Spanish, with a Haitian-Dominican preacher reaching out to the whole nation with the Gospel of Christ, from Mark 16:15. Saturday the 13th and Sunday the 14th: Pastor Paul Mainsou and Pastor Chavannnes Jeune will conclude.


During the day, there will be Bible classes for children and conferences for youth/adults. We will also be visiting hospitals and bateys; in those bateys there will be food distribution to needy families. Bibles will be distributed to everyone. Saturday morning, we will be celebrating 10 weddings in one big worship service. (Couples whom we are helping in many ways).  Each night, we will spend one hour worshiping in the front of the auditorium reaching out to youth who come just to have a good time among themselves, but would not get inside to hear the Gospel.


You can join us for a great experience.  Pray that God bless our efforts in providing funds for some 50 large bags of rice (plus beans, oil) to be distributed to needy families (about $150 each); we also need10 laptops for students, 1000 Spanish New Testaments (with Psalms) for adults, youth and children, 10 portable (light weight) sewing machines for sewing training. Please, make your donation now or before June 19 to Boston Missionary/La Romana Mission 2016.


Thank you for joining us in caring for those who need so much of God’s love.


In Christ,



Sol Vedrine








We are very pleased that you decided to visit us today. We pray that the Lord will touch your heart, and you will continue to visit us.We are a Christ Centered, Bible Practicing Church.  We are located at 336 Dudley Street, Boston, MA 02119 Tel: 617-427-4448

In June of 1972, I was discouraged because a year had gone by since I had graduated from seminary, and I hadn’t raised a penny to go back to Haiti, which had been my goal. So after preaching at a church in New York City, two ladies asked me whether they could join my wife and me for a night of prayer. We agreed, and I said, ‘Please ask the Lord to tell me what to do! I heard the call for the ministry, but now I have been trying to raise funds to go to Haiti and I cannot raise any money. If he has something else in mind, let me know.’”

Soliny Védrine was born in L’Asile, Haiti, one of seven children of a tailor, Sauveur Védrine, who, at great financial sacrifice, sent Sol away to school in Port-au-Prince at age 14. Sol eventually graduated from the university with a law degree, married, and came to the U.S. to study at Dallas Theological Seminary. But then, Sol hit an impasse.

“By the time the two ladies left, we were tired and hungry. We were glad we prayed, but we were glad they left! That afternoon, one of the sisters came back and said, ‘We have found the answer to your prayer.’ I wondered, was it Haiti? Miami? The sister said, ‘Boston.’

“‘Boston!’ I said. ‘How do you know?’ She said, ‘Mr. Jean-Pierre, who lives in Boston, just came to spend the weekend with us. And he keeps complaining that Haitians are pouring into Boston by hundreds yet there are no churches. So I tied up his complaint with your request!’

“She put me in contact with Mr. Jean-Pierre, who said, ‘Come to Boston! We need you. Haitians are coming from New York to Boston. You should come, brother. Come!’”

Six months later, Sol and Emmeline obeyed God’s call to go to Boston. There they found two small Christian fellowships serving a rapidly growing population of Haitians. Assuming their full-time job was ministry, Sol and Emmeline began to meet with Haitian families to share the Gospel and their dream about starting a church. But when their first baby was due and they had no money, Sol took a secular job as a welder for eight months and then as a bookkeeper for eleven years, while working many hours developing the church.


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