By Bernie Lee
St. David’s has also been actively supporting Safe Water projects in Tanzania for several years. Late last year a member of Pastor Nemo’s congregation was struck blind by illness and became homeless, so St. David’s contributed towards building him a cottage. Rev. James Laurence is planning to join several others from the SC Synod Global Mission Team on a trip to Tanzania in August as we continue to grow our relationship with the Matamba Congregation and the Southwest Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania with additional Safe Water, education and housing projects. Drought and famine are new problems facing our brothers and sisters this year in addition to their many other needs. God indeed is using our hands to reach our community, including all the way around the world.
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