John Pierremont


Born in Port-au-Prince on March 29, 1959, Pastor Pierremont went to a well-known public school named Lycée Petion where he graduated high school in 1980. He entered the faculty of Ethnology the same year and after completing his study in 1984 he went to Panama. In 1987, he went to Saint Augustine, Florida to be trained in Pre historical and historical Archeology. He spent five years of research in different archeological sites in Haiti for the account of the “Bureau of Ethnology” and for the “Musée du Pantheon National.” Not only did he teach Spanish and social studies on a high school level, but Pastor Pierremont also worked successively from 1989 to 2003 for the cultural section of the Haitian board of education, the ministry of foreign affairs in Haiti and for the cultural and consulate sections of the Embassy of Haiti in Washington, DC. In 1993, he entered the “séminaire de Théologie de Port-au-Prince” and graduated in 1997. For almost twenty years, he dedicated his life to public services in the Haitian community. In 2003 he felt the call to go to California with the support of Eglise Baptiste du Calvaire of Maryland, to serve the Haitian people of northern California as Pastor and Church plantor. His devotion to the Haitian church growth movement increases his passion for Bible sound and healthy churches for the Haitian communities. He is married to Dominique Guilbaud, and has four children. Johana 19, Dominique Esther 17, John Samuel 11, and Schekina 8. His hobby is vocal music.

Watch Past Performances

Video 1/22/2010: Haiti Benefit Concert

Tabou Combo showcases the infectious rhythm of Haiti’s dance music konpa, members of the National Symphony Orchestra perform Serenade for 13 Winds by Richard Strauss, and Haitian singers Felina Backer and John Pierremont and Voices United for Haiti perform. Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Haiti.

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