As Advent begins, we stand once again amid the destruction left by devastating storms. In the darkness, we yearn for light, Bishop Ward writes in an article published by Faith & Leadership.
Posts and information about the response to Hurricane Matthew.
Bishop Ward shares the legend of the poinsettia and how God will use our gifts to help, heal, and welcome many.
One year after Hurricane Matthew, the Disaster Response Ministry Program continues to welcome volunteer workteams for home rebuilding.
In this season of Thanksgiving, and soon Christmas, Bishop Ward invites every congregation to receive special offerings for Hurricane Matthew response and recovery.
The Giving Together Hurricane Matthew Relief Fund of Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. recently awarded the North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church another grant of $60,052.80 to employ an additional full-time construction manager and to purchase a work truck. The new position, based in Fayetteville, will benefit Cumberland county residents affected by Hurricane Matthew and… Continue Reading→
In this season of hurricanes, Bishop Ward highlights the work and ministry of UMCOR in helping people rebuild not only their homes, but their lives.
During hurricane season, Bishop Ward reminds us of the strength the United Methodist Church has in disaster response and recovery.
Islamic Relief USA has partnered with the North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church Disaster Response to hold an extensive recovery project for volunteers to rebuild homes in the area of Tarboro, N.C., that were destroyed by Hurricane Matthew last year. The training sessions for the Islamic Relief USA Disaster Response Team started on… Continue Reading→
The North Carolina Conference Disaster Response Ministry is one of six non-profits to receive a grant from the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts. The $225,000 grant was announced by Governor Roy Cooper at a NC Conference home rebuilding site in Lumberton on June 28. Hurricane Matthew flooded tens of thousands… Continue Reading→