A caring Christian presence in the aftermath of disaster.
Give to the NC Storm Response Fund.
Create a plan and build a disaster kit.
Learn how to prepare and respond to a disaster.
Send a team, help in the Call Center, or MERCI.
Disaster Response Efforts
Currently, there are no active Early Response Team or volunteer opportunities in the NC Conference. All of our recovery centers are now closed.
We encourage teams to consider UMCOR supported out-of-conference requests for assistance. If you choose to respond to one of these out-of-conference invitations, please notify the NC Conference Disaster Response Coordinator, Ann Huffman.
Kentucky & Tennessee-Western Kentucky Conferences
Support the Kentucky Conference’s South East flood response.
Assist the Hurricane Laura and Ida recovery efforts in Louisiana.
Western NC Conference
Help repair and rebuild homes affected by Tropical Storm Fred in Haywood County.
Give. Volunteer. Prepare.
NC Conference Disaster Ministries needs your help and your support as we work to rebuild homes, communities, and lives in the wake of recent disasters.
Stories of generosity in the midst of disaster. Listen to episodes of the NC Conference Disaster Ministries podcast.
Following the devastating flood in eastern Kentucky, the North Carolina Conference delivered 400 cleaning kits to the Kentucky Conference. As rescue and recovery efforts continue, the Kentucky Conference has asked for hygiene kits and menstrual hygiene kits to assist persons affected. Seven volunteers met at MERCI on August 3 to help assemble 300 menstrual hygiene…
On July 27 and 28, a devastating flood caused by heavy rain impacted homes, businesses, and communities in eastern Kentucky. The Kentucky Conference is working with UMCOR and other organizations to help those affected as rescue and recovery efforts continue. NC Conference Disaster Ministries connected with the Kentucky Conference and delivered 400 cleaning buckets to…
The 2022 hurricane season has begun. Make sure your church and community are prepared by creating a church disaster plan. Disaster Ministries offers Early Response Team (ERT) or Connecting Neighbors training courses to help you learn how to prepare and respond to disasters. Here is an overview of what to do when a disaster strikes.…
NC Emergency Management and FEMA are hosting a virtual outreach workshop for Houses of Worship about FEMA Public Assistance for storm-related damages. The training will be held on April 27, 2022, from 1 pm – 5 pm. Register Now
On April 1 and 2, thirty-two Disaster Response Committee members and Early Response Team (ERT) leaders joined us in Goldsboro for a training retreat. Throughout the weekend, attendees learned about Disaster Ministries operations and received training to help prepare teams to respond to a disaster. The event commenced with an introduction from Disaster Ministries Director…
Currently, there are no active Early Response Team or long-term recovery volunteer opportunities in the NC Conference. All of our Disaster Ministries recovery centers are now closed. We continue to monitor weather events and will post updates if needs arise. We encourage Early Response Teams and rebuilding teams to consider UMCOR supported out-of-conference requests for…
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