Disaster Ministries staff visit Texas churches post Harvey

Churches across Texas and beyond are rallying to get Harvey survivors what they need most right now — cash, cleanup buckets, hygiene kits, and gift cards. UCC National and Conference staff are in Houston this week to meet UCC pastors and plan for long-term recovery. UCC Disaster Ministries has ordered 200 cleanup buckets for St. Paul UCC in Corpus Christi to distribute in Port Aransas and a $2,000 solidarity grant for its food pantry.

Churches across Texas and beyond are rallying to get Harvey survivors what they need most right now — cash, cleanup buckets, hygiene kits, and gift cards. UCC National and Conference staff are on the ground together in Houston this week to meet UCC pastors and to begin planning for long-term recovery. Churches helping include St. Paul UCC, Corpus Christi; UCC Disaster Ministries has ordered 200 cleanup buckets for distribution in Port Aransas and a $2,000 solidarity grant for its food pantry. Click here for the UCC News story.

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