Solidarity and Harmony Church

Be Yourself among others to be One for Christ.
Solidarity and Harmony Church in Philadelphia,PA 19141

Who We Are

We are not one more church, but another church plant among the Haitians in Philadelphia. We are mostly immigrants from Haiti, and some of us were victims, or had someone victim in the 2010, 7.0 magnitude earthquake that devastated Port-Au-Prince and certain cities in Haiti.
We are here in the city to bring Hope and Healing, declare only Jesus is LORD, share His Love and Comfort to a suffering community.

We are open not only to Haitians, but to whoever wants to know who Jesus is, what God can do,how to follow Jesus, and what comes after death.

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What are services like?

sometimes we share a cup of coffee before the service, greet each other, have a little time dwelling in the Scriptures (people call it Sunday school) you name it yourself, ope another chapter of Praise and worship of our God, Share His message of the day. Send people home with strength they need for week.

What is the community like?

A gathering of all generations. Don't have enough resource to split them up, stay blended like a family.

What if I'm not a Christian?

We have among us people who are not yet Christians. You won't be able to tell, Welcome

4718 Old York Road
Philadelphia, PA 19141

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About Us

Mennonite (MCUSA)

French, Haitian Creole, English

Size: Small

Traditional Hymns,Contemporary,Gospel Choir

Friendly, Multigenerational, Down to Earth, Creative, Progressive

Social Justice, Food Pantry, Faith and Work


Church Leader

Bernard Sejour