Living Waters for the World

Living Waters for the World is a global ministry that provides sustainable clean water and fosters long-term, mutually beneficial relationships between volunteers and communities in need.

LWW is a program of the Synod of Living Waters, Presbyterian Church (USA)

And has the participation of churches of all denominations and civic organizations.

Living Waters for the World trains volunteers to establish and lead water mission teams that partner with international communities to implement water purification systems and health education.

International networks support partners throughout every phase of a water project and ensure sustainable water systems that produce clean water for a generation.

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Training This Fall in Oxford MS:

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In 2016, FPC’s Susan & Fred Williams were in Guatemala City and Coban. They represented FPC Franklin, as we joined forces with other partners to install a water system in the Bethlehem Feeding Center near Coban. Daily approximately 500 people are fed. FPC contributed money both to Rosa, who established and runs the Bethlehem Center and toward construction of the pump house for the water system. While there, they visited the Pediatric Surgical Center established by the Shalom Foundation of Williamson County; medical director is Franklin Mayor, Ken Moore. Pictured is Rosa who established the center after she saw the need in the community where she had just moved for her retirement. She has also established an orphanage near Antiqua.

The goal was to gather information on the Living Waters projects created and maintained by the Franklin Breakfast Rotary Club and the Kingsport Presbyterian Church. We have found good friends and stewards to partner with and look forward to exploring further partnerships.