“Mishkahn Yeshua Haiti” experienced our first community mikvah (baptism) at the beautiful Cote des Arcadins à Montrouis on a day that was beautiful beyond description. It was a time of cleansing, rededication, and rebirth before the high holy days. In Hebrew, to immerse is sometimes understood as our burial and resurrection in Yeshua. As I reflected on an amazing day, I learned there were 27 families represented by the 59 people who were immersed. Out of curiosity, I searched for a book in the Bible with 27 chapters and 59 verses. There is only ONE–Matthew 27:59! It reads,
‘And Joseph took the body and wrapped it in a clean linen cloth.’
This year, we mikvahed three days before the resurrection of Yeshua! “’Who’s your Daddy!!!!’” ~ RP.
Some were not able to come to the mikvah, so we brought the mikvah to them. We celebrated our first official Yom Kippor at Mishkahn Yeshua Haiti at La Canovienne Hotel, Petion-Ville.