Lynn and Jean Claude Joesph, former Florida residents, began their ministry in Florida more than 30 years ago. Since 1989, they have demonstrated their commitment to the Haitian community in both the United States and Haiti. Upon moving back to Haiti in 2009, Lynn and Jean Claude Joseph found themselves in the midst of a village that was devastated, overlooked, and abandoned. Through their obedience in responding to the call from God, Mission of Grace was born. 

Mission of Grace now celebrates its 10th anniversary.  In the last ten years, Mission of Grace has fervently worked towards meeting the needs of Haitians with love and compassion. For the next ten years, with God’s vision and provision, Mission of Grace will expand its territory and ministry, focusing on the needs of anyone who too has been devastated, overlooked, and abandoned.

Mission of Grace’s vision for its ministry in Florida and the use of its official headquarters include the following:

Sanctuary for Worship

Center for Discipleship Training 

Center for Outreach Awareness 

Center for Ministry Focused Groups

Center for Activities for At Risk Youth

Center for Trauma Focused Group Therapy

Center for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Center for Tutoring Students with Non English Speaking Parents 

Center for Community Feedings and Soup Kitchen

Local Base for Local Missions

Location to Host Local Mission of Grace Events 

Location Where Donated Items Can Be Shipped and Delivered


New Ministries Include:


At-Risk Youth Ministry

Victims of Trauma Ministry

Victims of Domestic Violence Ministry

Veterans Ministry 

Prison Ministry 

Hospital/Hospice Ministry

Homeless Ministry 


Kristin O’Neill
West Chester, PA, United States
Sharon Henschel
Dawson Creek , BC, Canada
Gisele Washington
Atlanta , GA, United States
Elizabeth Joseph
Lake Worth, FL, United States