Moravian Church holds special relationship with Honduras Clinic

Despite being located just over 2000 miles away, the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church has had a long-lasting relationship with the Ahuas Clinic in Honduras. The church, over the years, has sent multiple work crews done to the clinic and has raised money to assist in the everyday running of the facility. One church member, Rick Nelson, has also recently returned himself to Ahuas to become the clinic's administrator. Matthew Knapp, the senior pastor at the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, said the church is only giving more support as time goes on.



The church most recently performed a fundraiser and collected almost $80,000 to perform a project that went toward providing the clinic with clean water. Knapp said the national church's relationship with the clinic has dated back to at least the 1800s.

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