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Celebrating 20 Years!

After our founding in 1998, Life Connection Mission opened the doors to the school in 2001 with only 4 classrooms. Students attended a half day of school and there was no feeding program. Flash forward to 2018 and our school now has 19 classrooms, a computer center offering on-line college classes, 3 preschool classrooms, and…

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One of LCM’s Greatest Success Stories

Meet Carsange Pierre Hello, my name is Casange Pierre. I don’t remember the details of how I came to live in Montrouis and virtually cared for by Life Connection Mission. I know what I’ve been told. My grandfather knew he wasn’t going to live much longer so he was trying to find someone to care…

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Christmas in Haiti

Over five hundred people donated to our rice and backpack for Christmas campaign. Thus, allowing every single child in our mission school to receive a Christmas gift/backpack and a bag of rice. A mission team of twenty alongside our amazing staff in Haiti, hustled over two days to make this Christmas dream a reality and HUGE success!…

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Yard Sale

Saturday, October 19, 2019 Please come and shop at our annual massive community yard sale held at St. Patrick’s Church 4101 Norbeck Rd Rockville, MD 20853. Last year we raised just shy of $40,000.  Join us at 8:00 a.m. to help us hit $40,000 this year!

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School Days

Can you believe it?! All classrooms at the LCM school now have ceiling fans and lights! A little “elbow grease”, a power washer, and a great team makes for a fresh clean school. A team from Rockville, MD spent the first week of August scrubbing 15 classrooms from floor to ceiling. Many of our own…

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Annual June Giveaway

For more then 8 years, LCM has hosted the BIG annual June giveaway. Each year a ton of clothes, shoes, toys, and hygiene products are distributed. Volunteers sort and arrange the classrooms as if they were clothing stores. The school children are able to “shop” with the help of volunteers and all leave with new…

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Eight year old girl, named Mole’ne

One day, while walking through the community of Montrouis, Dale Moyers ran into an eight year old girl, named Mole’ne. She was one of five children whose parents had just recently passed away. Her aunt, who he was already familiar with, took in two of the children, both girls. Already having five children of their own,…

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