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 December 4, 2018
Reprinted from “The Bridge” Dec., 2018 “A Mission Born through Prayer: Clean Water for the World Vision Camp at El Tule” Yendy Tajeda, director of the World Vision training camp at El Tule in northeastern Guatemala,was beaming last month as she watched her guests sipping the crystal clear water from the camp’snew water purification system.The […]
Published September 28, 2018
Community and volunteers come together to help provide clean water for more children and families in Guatemala
Published November 21, 2017
SPC’s Living Water for the World Mission Team of Chris Irby, Skip Irby, Rob Saunders and Jack Stoughton, returned home on Nov. 19 after completing a 8 day covenant development trip to Guatemala. The purpose of the trip was to develop a new partnership for its fourth water purification system. The team and the LWW […]
Published February 24, 2015
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LWW Mission Team along with our new Dallas partners, returned Feb 22 from Guatemala after successfully installing its 3rd clean water purification system.
Published November 24, 2014
LWW team returns from Guatemala with a signed covenant to install a clean water system in mid February. For pictures and more information read on…