Living Waters for the World
Beginning in 2006 Suffolk Presbyterian Church has been active in the Living Waters for the World (LWW) clean water project. To date, SPC has installed two clean water systems in the village of Estancia de la Virgen, El Progresso, Guatemala. The first system was developed in Nov 2008 in partnership with our sister church “Nuevo Jerusalem” Presbyteriano Evangalico. The second system system was established in partnership with the village elementary and middle school and serves 400 children with clean water.
The LWW Mission team made an inspection visit to Estancia in September of 2012 and visited new potential sites in the area. Plans for another installation are ongoing
News From Living Waters for the World
Published September 16, 2020
Orders for the Living Waters Fall Plant Sale Proceeds will support our LWW-trained operators in Guatemala who are providing clean water while upgrading their operating standards as they seek government licencing. Orders must be received by Saturday, September 26. Plants to be delivered or picked up on Friday, October 2, 9 am to 12 pm. […]
Published April 4, 2020
The SPC Living Waters for the World mission team wishes to thank all whohave supported our Spring sales in the past. We regret that, in response to COVID-19 risks and CDC guidelines for social distancing, we have cancelled this year’s Spring LWW Plant Sale. The LWW team encourages their patrons to donate to local charities […]