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Living Water Sunday: El Porvenir

On the first Sunday of the month, all are invited to bring offerings of coins, cash or check and place them in the well at the front in support of Trinity’s Living Water ministry (tlcs.church/livingwater), which funds water improvement projects around the world.


20 Years of Living Water.

Since Living Water’s inception 20 years ago, over $1,000,000 has been granted for water projects all over the world. To commemorate these two decades of impactful change around the globe, the Living Water team has lifted up projects funded throughout the years. The hope and prayer is that we will all enter into a deeper understanding of and commitment to this important mission outreach of TLCS and our many partners, because “out of the believer’s heart shall flow rivers of living water.” (John 7:38b)


Lifting Up El Porvenir

On Sunday, May 7, the Living Water team lifts up El Porviner. Since 2014 Living Water has donated $70,865 to El Porvenir which has enabled us to partner with rural villages to install 6 drilled wells, one electric pump water distribution system, one community latrine project and 7 school projects with latrines and/or handwashing stations.


El Porvenir is a thriving US-based nonprofit organization of mainly Nicaraguan staff partnering with rural Nicaraguans to improve their standard of living through integrated clean water projects. Projects are community-driven, sustainable and comprehensive, based in the belief that access to clean water is a human right.


El Porvenir partners with remote communities that lack access to the most basic services and are too small to receive assistance from other organizations. Projects include one or more of the following components, based on the needs and requests of the community:

  1. Increasing access to clean water through community water systems

  2. Improving sanitation with double-pit latrines

  3. Educating communities on the best practices for health & hygiene

  4. Restoring watersheds via nature-based design and reforestation.


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