Rios de Aqua Vivo in La Isla/Guanacastal

Our church in Guanacastal/La Isla meets between the two communities.  These communities have the most devastating physical poverty of the villages in which we work.  Pastor Pablo Campos has been serving here faithfully since 2007, when New Song felt led to plant a church in the area.  The church is named Rios de Aqua Viva (Rivers of Living Water).  This is our smallest church in members, with around 30 members made up of roughly: 15 children, 5 youth, and 10 adults.  There are weekly services and Sunday school classes.

About Rios de Aqua Vivo

Our church in Guanacastal/La Isla meets between the two communities. These communities have the most devastating physical poverty of the villages in which we work. Pastor Pablo Campos has been serving here faithfully since 2007, when New Song felt led to plant a church in the area. The church is named Rios de Aqua Viva (Rivers of Living Water). This is our smallest church in members, with around 30 members made up of roughly: 15 children, 5 youth, and 10 adults. There are weekly services and Sunday school classes.