First Christian Church Edmond, Oklahoma - Host Church
First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Edmond provides, in addition to much needed funding, office space, ministerial support, financial management assistance and oversight to ensure transparency, and a large number of volunteers. All online donations are managed through this church's credit card processing accounts, however 100% of the donations (less card card fees) are received by Disciples4Water.
Water4 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Technical Partner
Water4 is a 501(c)3 faith-based public charity headquartered in Oklahoma City, founded in 2008 with the mission of demonstrating the love of Jesus by providing at-risk, indigenous people access to clean water. As the Water4 approach is implemented in impoverished areas, the economic impact is felt immediately, as water well-related jobs are created, fresh water sources are established and the health, welfare and education of local people is greatly improved. Water4 is active in more than 15 countries and has helped more than a quarter million people gain access to clean water.
Community of Disciples of
Christ in Congo (CDCC)
Democratic Republic of Congo
Global Ministries Indianapolis, Indiana -Global Relations Partner
Global Ministries lives out the missions of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Christ (UCC), being and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ, witnessing, loving, and serving from our doorsteps to the ends of the earth. Global Ministries does this by sharing and receiving the good news of Jesus Christ and by joining with over 270 overseas church partners. Global Ministries role with Disciples4Water is to identify areas of the world where local church partners in need of clean water and to assist the Disciples4Water team in developing relationships and drill teams to serve the churches' local communities.
Disciples4Water's success depends on our sponsoring partners, as well as our church partners worldwide. Without the involvement of individual congregations, this unique outreach ministry could not survive.