Hurricane Florence Recovery

We’re fine (so far) but others need your help, see below

As of September 27th our congregation and church building have suffered only minor roof leaks, yard debris, fallen trees, etc. We are still gathering information on how everyone is doing and some are still on their way home from evacuation. We are also still evaluating the damage, but so far, so good.

Wilmington, New Hanover County, & Surrounding Counties

Many, many people in Wilmington, and especially in more rural areas of the counties in eastern North Carolina have been utterly devastated by flooding and storm damage. The need is overwhelming local assistance resources, and in some cases entire neighborhoods and communities have been flooded out.

Near or Far, YOU CAN HELP!

 
 

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