Disaster Relief

Here are three places where you can give to help hurricane victims!
 
 
 
Our Houston Churches Need Your Help with Disaster Relief!
We have all watched the news and seen the devastation that Hurricane Harvey brought to the greater Houston area. Three of our churches are being used to help people around them with food and other resources. Several of our churches had one to two feet of water in their buildings, causing damage to air conditioning units, office equipment, flooring and portions of walls. Please click here to read more details of the situation In Houston.
Please click on the link above to give to the Missionary Church Disaster Relief.
 
Samaritan’s Purse is first responding to help hurting people on the island of St. Martin, where Hurricane Irma caused widespread destruction. They are ready to go to Florida. They continue to serve Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas.
Please follow the link above on how to give and to read the details of Samaritan’s Purse relief efforts following the hurricanes.
Locally:  
Tim Evans President / CEO of Tradition Transportation is providing 53’ tractor-trailer to transport donated items to Houston, Texas to aid in the hurricane relief disaster.
Chuck Verba will be soliciting the local businesses in Angola in an effort to get donations to fill the truck. Any cash donations will be used to purchase mentioned items at Meijer in Angola. Please click here to see Tim Evans’ memo and a list of the mentioned items.