Living Waters for the World

Living Waters for the World

What we do

The Living Waters for the World (LWW) ministry of Westminster Presbyterian Church partners with families, communities, and institutions in Tennessee and in Peru who lack access to clean drinking water in order to provide simple, affordable, and sustainable water purification systems and to provide health and hygiene education. We furnish systems domestically to single family homes and internationally in Peru to small communities of up to 300 individuals in churches, boys homes, and schools where clean water is not available. This ministry was begun at Westminster in 2007 and has now completed 26 water purification systems in Tennessee and 10 in Peru. Through a recently established LWW Network in Peru, we partner with churches in Texas and California to expand our opportunities in locating, installing, training, educating and sustaining systems in Peru. Often being outside our "personal comfort zone, we have the true joy of building relationships and experiencing God's light as we work toward building and enhancing this great mission by helping to bring "clean water to all of Gods Children. Thank you, Westminster, for being the sole support of this mission with your continued generosity and prayers. For more information about Living Waters for the World:

Interested in serving on Westminster's Living Waters team? Contact Corinne Sterling or Dennis Willams.


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"All God's children deserve clean water to drink."





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