Bishop Nicolas Homicil

Rev. Nicolas C. Homicil was born in to a very strong Christian family in Haiti. His Parents were Christian who put a premium on living a Chris-like life and helping the poor. He very much enjoyed being a part of the community and learned to love Jesus in that capacity. Pastor Nicolas love to be among Christian people who nurtured and taught him his faith.

Rev. Nicolas Homicil is married to Rev. Dash Webster Homicil who is also a minister, and have two (2) sons O’Neil and Paul James.

Rev. Homicil is a wonderful preacher, an extraordinaire teacher and Evangelist. The Community is truly blessed to have such an outstanding and accomplished spiritual leader. Dedicated to his Church and trying to make a difference. Pastor plays an important role-model for today, young people that he meets in his minister journey. He made a broad contribution as a foster father for about 15 children’s including a great numbers of spiritual adapted children’s not only in the US but also abroad, in such countries as: Canada,Panama,Haiti, France and the Bahamas.

In 1980 Pastor Nicolas was a founder and director of Caribbean outreach Ministry .He opened and operated a school and an orphanage in Haiti. This school provided daily education for children in that community; make education available for over 250 young people. Unfortunately due to the political reason in 1991 after President Aristid was overthrown this project was destroyed and discontinued.

1986-1988 Pastor Nicolas was worked as Recreation director at Home for the Homeless Inc in NYC. He organized recreational services for over 700 residents in that facility, Researched and provided job development for young and adults Facilitate workshops, counseling, for substance abuse, anger and behavior management

1991 Pastor Nicolas Homicil was the fist Haitian who volunteered to be a part of Human right Committee to traveled to Guantanamo Bay to provide counseling and supervised for proper treatment of the refugees after the overthrow of the Aristide Government

1993 He was appointed chairman of the Haitian United Methodist Mission by New England United Methodist Conference.1998 Founder a Gospel radio Program “Li Bib OU’ 890 AM WBPS its mission was to help Elderly people to be able to read the Bible in their native language.

2000 to present Rev. Homicil founder and director of “The Voice of the Gospel “(La voix de L’evangile) Radio Nouveaute station 1640AM the show became a great success among Haitian Community, here in US, in France, and many others continents through the Internet.

2004 Pastor became the founder of The Voice Of Tabernacle Multi Service Center a community faith base organization where he provides after school program, Counseling, Family counseling Summer youth job, Summer Camp and more…

Pastor Nicolas is Graduated and Ordained at CMI” Christian Ministry International In Boca Raton Florida USA. Presently Pastor of The Voice of the Gospel Tabernacle Church and founder a Director of Tabernacle Community Center in Boston Ma.His volunteer’s contributions includes:

Community-liaison for State House Rep-Marie St. Fleur Campaigner

Former Member of Roslindale healthy services,

Member of Black Minister Alliance, of Greater of Boston

Member of Ten point Coalition

Member of advisory board of HAU

Former advisory board member of Roxbury Community College

Member advisory board of (DCF) Department of Children and Family

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