Dominican Republic Mission
Beginning in 1999, with the direction of The Rev. Canon William D.
Small, who had begun this effort in other places, St. Eustace sent
its first mission team to the Dominican Republic. Since that time,
a Medical/Construction Team has gone out from here each year.
Although it is a co-ordinated effort now of many parishes in the
Albany Diocese, it is headed up and directed by Robin Baxter, of
St. Eustace Parish. If you would care to be part of this mission,
either monetarily, or by actually going with the Team, please contact
Robin at 518-523-9472, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Yours are the eyes through which Christ's compassion looks out into the world
and yours are the hands with which to bless the world".( Mother Teresa of Calcutta)
The Mission Statement of the Dominican Republic Mission Team
We are an interdenominational group of dedicated volunteers. We are physicians, physicians
assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, clergy, technicians, interpreters,
students and the support personnel for all of the above. We come together to share our
love and concern for the poor, the sick and those in need in the Dominican Republic. We
provide primary health care and education to some of the world’s poorest people who
otherwise could not afford it. But most importantly, it is a Mission of Love, Hope and
Spiritual Healing which we bring to our brothers and sisters in the Dominican Republic.