shelter for honduras
jack melvin aia . architect . sams missionary
Jack visited Honduras in 2010 to provide architectural and construction consultation to the Episcopal Diocese of Honduras. Shortly afterwards, he was approved as a missionary by SAMS-USA. He is now lives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

He has worked at award-winning architectural firms, Gund Partnership, ADD Inc and William Rawn Associates. He is a registered architect in Massachusetts with a wide scope of experience, including residential, senior retirement, commercial, educational  and  high-tech projects.  He  also has managed his own construction company in Massachusetts.

He lives under a Franciscan rule of prayer and service.

SAMS (Society of Anglican Missionaries and Senders) is a voluntary missionary society, which began over 150 years ago in Great Britain.  SAMS-USA, established in 1976, currently has approximately 50 long-term missionaries, serving in Latin America and other countries around the world.