PHCC Couple Provides Plumbing Services
in Parika, Guyana
March 8, 2016
PHCC thanks PHCC of Pennsylvania Member (and Zone Director) Jonathan Moyer and his wife, Sue, for sharing their time and construction talents in Parika, Guyana. The husband-wife team just returned from an 11-day mission trip to the South American village, where, among other things, they installed plumbing, tile, and a roof – as well as painted – a new family staff house on the Youth with a Mission (YWAM) base.
Since their first trip to Parika, Jonathan and Sue have been returning there each year to volunteer their services. In that time, Jonathan has installed a mini split system in the office on the YWAM base and recently connected a water filtration system in the kitchen so the people could stop buying all their drinking water.
Jonathan finds construction there very different than in the United States, with no inspections and plumbing run on the outside walls. Sue often manages the paint crew, in addition to ministering to the children there through Bible school. “It’s a great feeling to help those less fortunate than ourselves,” Sue says.
New water filtration system is installed by Jonathan Moyer.
Time to charge new cooling split system.
Jonathan Moyer prepares to cut tile.
Sue Moyer makes new friends in Parika, Guyana.