Special thanks from Peru

RRPC has an enduring relationship with Presbyterian Mission Co-Worker Chenoa Stock who is currently working to address humanitarian issues in Peru.  We are honored to be able to provide some support for her work to help God's people in another part of our world.   

Here is Chenoa's latest note to our church dated March 2022.

Dear Round Rock Presbyterian Church,

I hope this finds you well. I write to thank you for your continued and faithful support of my ministry in Peru. I am so very appreciative of your dedicated giving and accompaniment. I apologize for the delay in writing, but there is usually a bit of a time lapse from when gifts are given and when we receive our donor reports.

I continue to serve from St Louis, MO with my family, as the travel ban for PC (USA) employees has not yet been lifted. Due to that, I have decided to complete my Interpretation Assignment (IA), which is a requirement for all Mission Co-Workers to intentionally dedicate their time to sharing about their ministry and partnership with US congregations. I will carry out IA from May through the end of the year. As of now, the sharing will be virtual; but when PC (USA) deems it safe to lift the travel ban, there would be the possibility to travel to US congregations to share in-person.

Thank you for walking alongside our partners and their ministries of theological education, climate awareness, health reform, and much more. We are grateful for your presence and support.

Lenten blessings for you all as we walk through the darkness toward renewed life.