UCC congregations, organizations nationwide help after Harvey

They may be separated from the people in Texas and Louisiana who have been hit hard by Harvey by thousands of miles, but members of the wider United Church of Christ want those suffering to know that they stand with them, and will do all they can to help them recover. From New York to Kansas City and beyond, churches are collecting donations and putting together Church World Service (CWS) cleanup buckets.

They may be separated from the people in Texas and Louisiana who have been hit hard by Harvey by thousands of miles, but members of the wider United Church of Christ want those suffering to know that they stand with them, and will do all they can to help them recover. From the Riverside Church in the City of New York, to Bethel United Church of Christ, in Kansas City, Mo., and beyond, churches are collecting donations and putting together Church World Service (CWS) cleanup buckets. Read the UCC News story.

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