Located on the campus of New Jerusalem Primitive Baptist Church, the Abundant Life Christian Learning Center is comprised of the Safe Haven Child Development Center and the New Jerusalem Christian Academy.

Safe Haven Child Development Center

Since opening its doors in 2001, the Safe Haven Child Development Center has proven to be a nurturing learning environment for preschool children between the ages of 3 and 5 years. Offering a curriculum centered on Christian principles, character development, and academics, our highly dedicated staff have successfully prepared more than 700 students for primary school in the last 14 years.

New Jerusalem Christian Academy

Founded in 2003, the New Jerusalem Christian Academy strives to meet the academic needs of children in Kindergarten through fifth grade in a Christ-centered atmosphere. Enrollment in each class is limited to 20 students to ensure that each child receives the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual resources they need.

(305) 691-1291
2015-2016 Christian Academy School Calendar
2015-2016 School Fees
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The New Jerusalem Community Development Corporation is a community-based initiative which provides after-school care and a summer program for youth. This non-profit organization is also housed on the campus of the New Jerusalem Primitive Baptist Church as an independent organization and offers a variety of programs to the community at large. It started as a vision to combat deterioration in our community by expanding opportunities available to minorities and low income children and families, and it later evolved into a viable agency striving to achieve the vision. June 30, 2002 marks the day when the New Jerusalem Community Development Corporation (CDC) moved from a thought in the mind of Elder Kenneth A. Duke to an independent non-profit organization with a Board of Directors and staff. Today, the CDC operates social services programs to children and youth and has implemented programs that educate and empower future homeowners.

The CDC’s is committed to providing services to help empower and improve the lives of residents of Miami Dade County and surrounding communities by providing resources and self-advocacy skills to attain and support self-sufficiency. Currently the CDC operates aftercare and summer camp programs. The CDC in partnership with another non-profit provides information and classes to potential 1st time homebuyers. For more information, please call 305-693-8323 ext. 126.