Well drilling. This was a start.

   Simply put, a high percentage of Moldovans get their water from open top wells. Of those wells, it is estimated that 70% of them contain dangerous levels of contaminants. Nitrates from over fertilizing in the Soviet era and animal waste run off along with heavy metals from industry are just some of the sources. What is needed is much deeper wells which are properly sealed and filtration for existing wells that are not beyond use.

John 4:13 Jesus answered, “Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, 14 but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”

   Well Drilling &

Water Filtration



This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of the Lord’s people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God.  Because of the service by which you have proved yourselves, others will praise God for the obedience that accompanies your confession of the gospel of Christ, and for your generosity in sharing with them and with everyone else.                    2 Cor 9:12-13

The Bottom Line

John Olejniczak works for the water utility in Oak Creek Wisconsin. He’s been on many missions trips and has drilled several wells. Oak Creek Assembly of God is looking to send teams twice a year to install filtration systems.

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Peter Tricolich has been to school in the United States for well drilling and has drilled 7+ wells. He is a native of Moldova and is excited to team up with us to get some clean water wells/filtering systems up and running in his home country.

Most water needs to be filtered with a reverse osmosis filter since nitrates and mineral salts are a major problem. These filters are much more costly to buy and maintain. Bio-sand filters will not remove the contaminants. Would you or your church be willing to fund a system for a church?

Why Wells and Filtration?

In the village of Ungheni there is a church with a public access well head out in front of the church. It brings many people by to fill water bottles. Pastor George goes and speaks to these people and invites them to church. In this way, we hope to duplicate the “meetings at the well” in order to grow the church in other villages while meeting the immediate needs of the people in a tangible way.