https://vimeo.com/331991157/ Many of our neighbors in eastern North Carolina are still not in a permanent residence due to damage from Hurricane … Continue Reading→ about Volunteers Needed So Neighbors Can Go Back Home
Hurricane Florence Response
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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.
Saint James UMC (Newport) has now opened their facilities to house Hurricane Florence recovery workteams. A youth workteam from Michigan gives us a … Continue Reading→ about Saint James (Newport) Provides Housing for Workteams
Nicole McGuinness of Morehead City tells her story of having a serious medical issue at the same time Hurricane Florence damages her … Continue Reading→ about Woman and Her House Both on the Mend
With ongoing operations continuing across the conference and the opening of our eighth Disaster Recovery Center, we are seeing encouraging strides in … Continue Reading→ about Disaster Recovery Ministries – March 2019 Update
Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. awarded the NC Conference of the United Methodist Church (NC Conference) two grants totaling $95,286.00 from the … Continue Reading→ about Hurricane Florence Relief and Recovery Fund of Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. Awards Two More Grants to NC Conference Disaster Response
About 30 volunteers from from Eastern Kentucky University and Northern Kentucky University came to Swansboro during their Spring Break to assist North … Continue Reading→ about College Students from Kentucky Help with Relief Efforts