2018 Cuba Mission

New Creation Ministry is a nonprofit organization in Canada. Our Cuban Mission has been working since May 2011. Our ultimate goal is to reach communities with the gospel and help people in the poorest regions , improve their lives and build a sustainable future to connecting them with the Creator. Our plan is for the future to repair more homes for the hurricane victims and support local orphanages. 

When you think of Cuba what comes to mind, the beautiful resorts with amazing swimming pools, palm trees, the Ocean, the old American cars and the awesome music and sunshine. I would like to invite you to see a different face of Cuba , what you can’t see in the travel agency’s magazines. 

Our first trip to Cuba was 11 years ago. What we shave seen has changed our life forever.

 Our primary goal was to do something for the Cuban people. Mission was God's vision and His heart from the beginning. He has put the desire in our heart as we prayed for this nation.

God's will is for every human being to love Him and love each other. This is the first and second greatest commandments. 

The great commission  is in Matthew 28:18-20

"All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you."  

Taking the church outside the walls

Evangelism is the heart of God and He has empowered us with His Spirit and authority. Our vision is to provide physical and spiritual support for the Cuban people.

Providing for the children of Today in hopes for a brighter Tomorrow

Children are  a new beginning at the hand of our Lord Jesus Christ. What a joy to love and support orphan children.

Our mission is to bring the Freedom of Christ without any religion and expand the education of the gospel of grace. 

Rebuild homes rebuild hope

Our goal is to help repairing and rebuilding more houses at the nearby villages.

100,000 Cuban homes destroyed by Hurricane Irma in 2017. 

Twelve provinces suffered damage, Havana, Villa Clara, Ciego de Ávila, Matanzas, Sancti Spíritus, and Camagüey. Of 156,304 homes that suffered damage ranging from missing and partially missing roofs to total or partial collapses in those six provinces, more than 111,000 remain to be rebuilt.

In this year we were able to help of four families rebuilding their homes.