South Florida takes toll of Irma’s devastation

United Church of Disaster Ministries teams are reaching out to pastors and congregations across the entire peninsula of South Florida, as all involved try to assess the damage left behind by Hurricane Irma. “Our denomination helps those nobody else is going to help. That process takes time to identify,” said the Rev. Alan Coe, UCC Florida Conference disaster coordinator.

United Church of Disaster Ministries teams are reaching out to pastors and congregations across the entire peninsula of South Florida, as all involved try to assess the damage left behind by Hurricane Irma. “Our denomination helps those nobody else is going to help. That process takes time to identify,” said the Rev. Alan Coe, UCC Florida Conference disaster coordinator. Click here for the UCC News story.

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