Italy, Europe, South America
 

What You Can Do

  • Remember in your prayers this small minority church that, over the centuries, has tried to remain faithful to the mission that the Lord entrusted to it.
     
  • Be informed about AWS initiatives, visit the website regularly, email info@waldensian.org, to subscribe to our mailing list. 
     
  • Visit Paypal and donate a monetary gift directly to the Society using our Paypal account 'info@waldensian.org'  If you have a special ministry in mind, include the designation in the special instruction section of paypal with the specifics.  A receipt will be snail mailed, please include your mailing address.  Of course, we will also accept checks!  Mail those to AWS, PO Box 398, Valdese, NC 28690.
     
  • Offer a period of voluntary work in one of the Waldensian or Methodist centers (Agape, Ecumene, Casa Cares, Servizio Cristiano, La Noce and others).
     
  • Organize a travel study seminar to Italy in order to learn about the Waldensians of the Piedmont valleys and, more generally, the Italian Waldensian and Methodist churches. You can write to the International office of the Waldensian Church (Rome) or, for visits to the Waldensian valleys: ilbarba@tin.it 
     
  • Participate in a travel study seminar to Italy or South America organized by the AWS. For information write: info@waldensian.org 
     
  • Organize an exchange between youth groups of your church and young people of the Waldensian and Methodist churches in Italy. The AWS is ready to facilitate these exchanges. 
     
  • Invite a member of the AWS to introduce the work of the Society and the Waldensian Church at your church or cultural association. Occasionally the AWS is in a position to supply guest speakers who arrive directly from Italy or South America who would be very pleased to participate in public meetings with schools, churches, and universities.
     
 
208 Rodoret Street South  |  PO Box 398  |  Valdese, NC 28690
866-825-3373  |  828-874-3500 local  |  828-874-0880 fax  |  info@waldensian.org