We challenge all of Westminster to be involved in the fight against hunger by participating in the CROP Walk, an 8-kilometer walk and symbolic journey that is the typical daily trek for thousands in developing countries to gather fresh water. Last year, we raised $12,412 and our goal this year is $15,000!
Sign-ups for walkers will be available after worship soon OR you can sign up, sponsor a walker, or make your donations on the Westminster Presbyterian Church Team page. CROP Walk takes place on Sunday, March 25, at 2:30pm. The walk begins at Duke Chapel. Learn more about the Durham CROP Walk.
Please mark your calendars and join us, whether as a walker or sponsor. Together we can change the world, one step at a time. Contact: Neil McElroy.
T-Shirts: Shirts are available for a minimum donation of $3 each. They are available every Friday from 2-4pm and Saturday from 9:30am-12pm at First Presbyterian Church (305 E Main Street).
Walk Dedication: The 2018 Durham CROP Hunger Walk will honor the memory of Chuck Davis of the African American Dance Ensemble. Chuck faithfully led warm-ups for the walk and brought energy and life to the walk that we will greatly miss. Money raised ABOVE last year’s total will go to a special donation in Chuck’s honor to the Safe School Zone Project in Kenya. Durham CROP challenges teams to raise 10% more than 2017 to help create safe learning spaces for East African kids.