Living Water for the World (LWW) - Wyoming Presbyterian Church’s Continuing Journey
On January 5, a team from the Wyoming Presbyterian Church in Millburn will travel to Honduras to install a Living Water filtration system in the community of Puerto Grande at the Mar de Galilea Presbiteriana Church.
This endeavor is the latest in a series of initiatives that started at the Church in 2008, culminating in the installation of water filtration systems in 2012 in Belize (at the Richard Quinn R.C. Primary School in Georgetown) and Haiti (at St. Saveur Eglise Episcopale in Les Cayes) working in partnership with LWW teams from other Churches.
Wyoming has been represented in these efforts by Jane Collingwood, David Gellatly, Esther Kirk, Liz LeClair,Leigh Willis, Sarah Johnson, Dan Sugarman, George Ganter.
The upcoming installation in Honduras will be the 500th in the 20 year life of Living Waters for the World.
Follow the journey of the team from Wyoming Church to Puerto Grande on www.godwiththeflow.blogspot.com
To learn more about LWW in its 20th Anniversary year visit: