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The local church is the operations centre of Jesus Christ's building and re-building work in the world.


Caption: The local church is the operations centre of Jesus Christ's building and re-building work in the world.

A rainwater tank for a community in Tanzania costs $4,000 through PWS&D. The children and youth at Calvin, Abbotsford, B.C., learned about how precious water is in our world, then held a fundraiser from October 2006 to April 2007 and raised $4167.62!

Back: Marg Smith, Hans Kouwenberg, Lizzie Eccles, Megan Eccles, Sarah Scott, Jordan Kiss, Sarah Smith. Middle: Aiden McDonald, Callum McDonald, Logan McDonald, Ryan Moeliker, Jean Leslie. Front: Luke Blaak, Adrian Kiss, Michelle Scott. Several children and youth who helped are missing from this photo.
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Title Annotation:BENEDICTION
Publication:Presbyterian Record
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1CBRI
Date:Sep 1, 2007
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