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Tropical Storm Julia hammers Berlin

The rain started around 5 pm on October 10, 2022. The Berlin area was one of the hardest hit areas in El Salvador, receiving well over a foot of rain in just a few hours. As of Oct. 11 it is not possible to travel to ANY of the cantons that OSP works with. Besides roads becoming unpassable, houses were damaged, phone service, electricity and water were cut off, and crops were severely damaged.

Click the button below to help those who lost much in the storm. All donations will be used by the Pastoral Team to provide disaster relief for those directly affected by the storm.

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Tropical Storm Julia hammers Berlin

Tropical Storm Julia hammers Berlin

OSP Is Once Again  Sending Delegations to El Salvador!

The first OSP delegation since February 2020 landed in San Salvador on June 27, 2022, and returned to Des Moines on July 5th.  Trinity United Presbyterian in Indianola, Iowa, sent 10 people to reunite with the Pastoral Team and their friends in their Partner Communities of Casa de Zinc and Casa de Zacate.  More details on their visit can be found in Kathy Bassett's blog.

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Seeking Mission
Co-Worker

Our Sister Parish is seeking a full-time designated mission Co-Worker to live in El Salvador. To apply please send a resume, cover letter, and three references with contact information to osp@oursisterparish.org.
 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please direct all questions to osp@oursisterparish.org as well.