A staggering 748 million people live without basic access to clean water. That’s roughly 1 in 10 people on earth. Sunday, March 22 is World Water Day 2020, a day to pause, consider the impact of clean water in the world, and make a difference. World Water Day was established by the United Nations (UN) in 1993 as an international day to highlight the importance of safe water and brings awareness to the world water crisis.
Living Waters for the World is a ministry of the Synod of the Living Waters, Presbyterian Church (USA). Living Waters for the World trains volunteers to establish and lead water mission teams that partner with communities to implement and operate sustainable water purification systems and health education programs. LWW Networks come alongside water teams and partners throughout every phase of a water project. They provide essential support for sustainable water systems that produce clean water for a generation.
If you feel called to give to Living Waters for the World, you can click HERE, or on Sunday you can use one of the special envelopes located in the pew racks.
Clean water transforms their future. Living Water transforms all.