Hurricane Michael Relief

Putting Hope into Action

Our hearts go out to the people in areas devastated by Hurricane Michael. People are in great need of supplies and relief.  There will also be a long road ahead for recovery efforts. Community of Hope has identified some key areas where we will be able to step in and provide much needed aid.  This cannot be accomplished without each and every one pitching in to help out as they can. Let’s help show our fellow brothers and sisters the love of Jesus by doing our best to bring comfort and helping hands to these affected areas and people. Below you will find some ways to help out.

Potential Trip to Church

We will likely assist Lynn Haven United Methodist Church. Though, as this is an ongoing recovery effort, we may find another church or project better suited for our assistance. Remember, recovery is an ongoing process. It can take months to fully heal from damages. We want to be the team that goes in after the first-responders in order to provide a helping hand, and most importantly, the message of hope in Jesus. Stay tuned to the Monday Connect emails and the website for updates on needs and potential dates for this project.

Supplies Needed

There is an immediate need in areas affected by hurricane Michael for baby diapers, baby wipes and baby food. We will be accepting donations of these items until Nov. 11 in the church lobby or at the church office at either campus. We are also looking for a team to drive up to the Panhandle with those supplies.
Click here to volunteer for the driving team.

Giving Methods

Click here, select a campus, and choose “Hurricane Relief” from the Choose Fund dropdown menu.  You can also give by marking your check or giving envelope for “Hurricane” in service on the weekend. All donations we receive will be doubled by our UMC district.

Sign Up to Serve Online

Click here to sign up for our disaster response team, so you get the most up to date information and communication for helping the victims of this storm and others.

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