You have seen the devastation the water left in Sanford, Midland, and elsewhere. The Michigan Conference Disaster Response team offers ways you can help with clean-up and care for neighbors.
The Disaster Response Team of the Michigan Conference suggests several important things United Methodists can do to assist thousands of their neighbors who are now suffering from flooding in mid-Michigan.
Neighbors in the Great Lakes Bay Region of Michigan continue to suffer as disaster relief is underway after epic flooding. Bishop Bard suggests ways to help. Your generous gifts are appreciated.
United Methodists continue to minister daily with migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. The pandemic has ended face-to-face interaction with those living in camps.
COVID-19 is making life hard around the world. And spring storms don’t take a COVID-break. At present, UMCOR calls for money not volunteers to keep all safe in disasters’ wake.
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Here are two national and global headlines that should not be missed as we respond to the coronavirus emergency.
On February 4, 2020 UMCOR announced it was providing an emergency grant to the Amity Foundation, their partner in China. The funds would address the spread of coronavirus.
Nighttime twisters claimed 25 lives, injured 150, and cut a 10-mile path through Tennessee. Three Nashville UM churches heavily damaged.
A free “Preparing for Disaster” webinar will be held Sat, Feb 22 from 10-11:30am. This webinar is presented by the Conference Disaster Response Team. Presenters will be Dan O’Malley, Conference Disaster Response Coordinator, Dave Morton, District Coordinator, and Nancy Money, Conference Disaster Recovery Coordinator. Topics to be covered are: United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) Disaster… Continue Reading Preparing for Disaster webinar