Disaster Ministries serves as a caring Christian presence in the aftermath of disaster, fostering partnerships between United Methodists and others to
The Director of Disaster Ministries, Al Miller, shares an update about our operations in eastern North Carolina.
Al Miller delivering N-95 masks to Cape Fear Valley Health. Photo by Cape Fear Valley Health The Director of Disaster Ministries, Al Miller,
North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church Disaster Ministries has been closely monitoring the coronavirus and COVID-19 in North
The Cape Hatteras United Methodist Men (CHUMM) worked with Disaster Ministries at our Ocracoke Disaster Recovery Center in February. Over three weeks,
North Carolina has experienced three devastating natural disasters within the past four years. Just as recovery began for one hurricane, another
Volunteer Sumant Joshi clears tornado debris in front of East End United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tenn. (Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News) In
A volunteer service day was held in Onslow County in February. Volunteers worked on three different homes in Jacksonville, Swansboro, and Richlands.
https://vimeo.com/394001280 Welcome home! It is always a blessing when Disaster Ministries has the opportunity to get someone back home. Our team