The Jackson, Mississippi Water Crisis

Due to the failures in that city’s water systems, tap water is undrinkable, meaning many residents have no access to clean drinking water. Drinkable tap water will be unavailable “indefinitely.” Until September 6th water pressure was too low for most residents to be able to wash clothes or flush toilets. Jackson is a state capital, home to about 180,000 people and faces unprecedented hardship. Certainly our prayers are with the people of Jackson but our desire is to help. The Mississippi Conference of the United Methodist Church published this page to explain the current situation and to offer ideas on how we can help residents there. Please check out the page, help if you can and pray for the people of Jackson.

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Published by Keith Laten Williams

a Kelly Woodlawn church internet, social media and computing specialist