NCC Disaster Response has several mold sprayer treatment teams and is working to add additional teams. The teams use a treatment process that does not use bleach. This treatment is […]
by Brent Levy, Christ UMC: Chatham Park Campus (Chapel Hill) At its most basic, worship is a response — a response to what God has done and is doing in our lives […]
by The Rev. Chris Jenkins and The Rev. Greg Moore Hurricane, flood, and storm-related disasters usually unfold over time. As we watch on television and our various media outlets, we […]
Bishop Ward gives thanks that in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, God’s people are helping, serving, blessing, and being blessed. She also encourages you to share your good and inspiring […]
+ Financial gifts are one of the best and quickest ways to help churches and families after a disaster. + Churches are urged to invite offerings continually, given the scope […]
In every disaster, one of the questions we often receive is “Where is UMCOR?”
I understand the question and appreciate that people don’t see a similar response from UMCOR as they see from The Salvation Army or Baptist Men. The answer lies in the structure of our United Methodist connection and the United Methodist Committee on Relief.