This past weekend at Westminster was one of my favorites. There were many parts that made it special, among them the Walk for Water and the Sunday visitors from The Village in Summerville.
The Walk for water was Saturday. A team of 21 WPC folks, coordinated by Brenda Gibson and AJ Bednarczyk, met with several thousand other people at Joe Riley Stadium before walking a little more than 3 miles to Hampton Park and back. That’s the average distance a person in a developing country has to walk every day to a water source. We carried buckets, and at the halfway point our buckets were filled for the walk back to the stadium. It was a good way to raise awareness and money for Water Mission International, a WPC mission partner committed to providing safe drinking water around the world in the name of Jesus.
Sunday worship and lunch with our friends from The Village was also a highlight. We cherish our older members, and it is such a treat to welcome them and make them feel special when they are with us. I believe the church is built on the lives and the prayers of the saints, and to give God thanks for them is indeed a privilege. There were many smiles on Sunday!
I am grateful for the life God gives us together in Christ. Because of him, we get to work, play, fellowship, worship, and serve together. As the old hymns says, What a fellowship, what a joy divine, leaning on the everlasting arms; What a blessedness, what a peace is mine, leaning on the everlasting arms.
Thanks be to God, the One from whom all blessings flow!

Pastor Daniel
Enews 3-15

Water Walk