Submitted by: Al Miller III, Director of Disaster Ministries, NCCUMC The harsh reality of Hurricane Florence, five months after the storm … Continue Reading→ about Disaster Recovery Ministries- February 2019 update
Hurricane Florence Response
Pray. Give. Volunteer.
On Monday, September 17, Bishop Ward traveled to the Fayetteville area to see some places flooded and damaged by Hurricane Florence.
Pray for storm-related needs or submit your own request.
100% of your gift goes to response efforts in NC.
Help at the Disaster Response Call Center or MERCI.
Find out how to make kits and where to take them.
North Carolina Conference Disaster Ministries teams are moving into the rebuilding stage for Carteret and Craven County residents, including Ruthie … Continue Reading→ about Work Is Continuing in Carteret and Craven Counties
Read the Carteret County News-Times article featuring information about new positions with the NC Conference Disaster Recovery Center. CHERYL BURKE … Continue Reading→ about Relief Group Plans to Make Hires, Set up Shop
As are all churches in our connection, Flat Rock UMC has been doing all we can to support our brothers and sisters ravaged by the storms of this … Continue Reading→ about Flat Rock UMC Starfish Ministry
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 … Continue Reading→ about Disaster Response Mold Sprayer Teams
Rev. Clay Parker with Edgerton Memorial UMC in Selma brings "Wheels of Hope" to Randy Evans at the Walking Tall Ministry in … Continue Reading→ about Wheels of Hope with Walking Tall Ministry