Rebuilding Wesleyan Church of Guaynabo After Hurricane Maria

//Rebuilding Wesleyan Church of Guaynabo After Hurricane Maria

Rebuilding Wesleyan Church of Guaynabo After Hurricane Maria

In the wake of Hurricane Maria, the Wesleyan Church Of Guaynabo located in Guaynabo, P.R. was left in ruin.  As part of our initiative to assist USVI and Puerto Rico recover from the destruction of Maria we donated directly to the church.  The church Pastor, Irving A. Figueroa, wrote us this letter in response to our donation:

Greetings to you from the Guaynabo Wesleyan family!

This letter is to thank you, and the board of directors of the Glasscock Foundation, for the generosity shown to our church by granting us the amount of $10,000 to rebuild our sanctuary affected by Hurricane Maria.

After a year of conversations with Multinational Insurance Company, last week we received the coverage amount for the rebuilding project, estimated in $340,000. However, we renovated the old chapel (part of the building) to relocate our meetings and launched a coffee room to serve our community (free of charge). You all are welcome anytime to visit us to see the beautiful place that serves people daily.

We attached some pictures (to the email version of this letter) to show you how we used your grant.

If you need more information, please feel free to let me know. We appreciate your trust and support.

On behalf of the Wesleyan Church of Guaynabo,

Dr. Irving A. Figueroa
Pastor

 

2018-12-25T15:02:32+00:00