In this video, Bishop Ward talks about Epiphany and the Cabinet’s time doing Disaster Response in South Carolina.
Bishop Ward introduces Jeannie Lee, Marketing Director of 3MC, in this Connections video.
Bishop Al Gwinn calls on the North Carolina Conference for help in his letter about Hurricane Irene. For more information on relief efforts, please see the Hurricane Irene Response post and the response updates on the Outreach Ministry pages. Donate online to relief efforts by clicking the “Hurricane Relief Donate Now” image on the right…. Continue Reading→
Many persons dealing with the aftermath of the April 16 tornadoes are still in need of assistance and the conference disaster coordinators are working within each district to provide that assistance. The conference Disaster Response team needs volunteers, either individuals or groups and also funds. A special offering has been requested in local churches as… Continue Reading→
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The North Carolina Conference has activated its disaster response operation at the MERCI Ministry Center in Goldsboro. Volunteers are needed to help with telephones and coordination efforts across 32 counties impacted by 25 tornadoes that left devastation Saturday, April 16 across the eastern portion of the state. Volunteer assistance is being coordinated at MERCI by… Continue Reading→
Updated: 4:27 pm on 4/21/11. The TV news reported this morning figures that already are out of date: the intense storms that coursed through eastern North Carolina on Saturday, April 16, claimed 24 lives, destroyed 439 homes, and another 7000 homes and businesses were damaged. The numbers continue to rise. They do not include the… Continue Reading→