St Andrews United Methodist Church and the North Carolina Annual Conference announce the creation of the Fayetteville JFON Immigration Law Clinic, a non-profit providing low-income immigrants with affordable or low-cost legal services. The clinic is a United Methodist ministry of the Board of Global Ministries and UMCOR called Justice For Our Neighbors. JFON, as it is […]
In light of the recent news about children in U.S. government holding facilities along the U.S.-Mexico border, the United Methodist Committee on Relief has received numerous requests to respond. We have heard the plea for action from the church. Unfortunately, the facilities in question are managed in such a way that precludes even UMCOR’s assistance. […]
Watch the recording of today’s Facebook Live below. Jaye White, Director of Outreach Ministries, and Ann Huffman, Disaster Readiness Coordinator, discuss how to prepare for Hurricane Florence and what to do after the storm.
It is never too early to begin preparing if you find you may be in the path of a hurricane and flooding. As we pray for those in the path of Hurricane Irma and prepare for the possibility of the storm hitting North Carolina, here are some ways to help you and your family get […]
Local churches: please use this bulletin insert to share with your congregation ways to help victims of Hurricane Matthew.
Hurricane Matthew is projected to hit North Carolina this weekend. We want you and your church to be as prepared as possible in the event of a disaster. We hope that you won’t need to use the following information, but it’s best to be prepared. 1. Create a Disaster Kit Basic items for Disaster Kits […]
The NC Conference is requesting ERT-led teams for Windsor Flooding. To volunteer, contact the Disaster Call Center (888-440-9167 or ) On September 28, Ed Rutenkroger, Beacon District Disaster Coordinator, and Windsor On-Site Coordinator reports: “Our first ERT team arrived today and opened up floors in one house to begin the drying process. Mid-afternoon they were […]
UMCOR Cleaning Buckets are now urgently needed at MERCI for flooding in Windsor and other parts of Eastern North Carolina. Because many volunteers are working with … Continue Reading→
As you can imagine, flood victims in Southeastern North Carolina and our neighbors in South Carolina need assistance to recover from record floods. 100 Cleaning/Flood buckets are on their way to Brunswick County, NC to help in the recovery process. Right now, we have been asked to collect Health and School kits. UMCOR has enough […]