2022 Delegation to El Salvador


UPDATE: Due to flight cancellations, the delegation was unable to travel on Thursday and has postponed the trip to September of this year.

The 15th parish delegation to the Bajo Lempa region of El Salvador departs Thursday, January 6. Delegation members stay at Romero Center in Tierra Blanca in the countryside and at a guesthouse in San Salvador. By visiting homes and farm cooperatives, they will experience Salvadoran life and the deep faith that compels Salvadorans to work for justice. The group will also visit the martyr sites of La Quesera, the four North American Women, St. Oscar Romero, and the six Jesuits and two women who were killed at the University of Central America.

Please hold in prayer those missioned last Sunday as they travel: Kevin Booth and Paulette Burgess, Dean Duncan, Sandra Knoepfle, Mark and Tami Teaford, George and Rita Amberg Waldref.

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