Disaster volunteers, hosts rebuild homes, build relationships in Port Arthur

Volunteers at UCC Disaster Ministries’ new work site in Port Arthur, Texas, are helping restore Hurricane Harvey-devastated homes for 17 low- to moderate-income renters. As they help bring individuals and families to sustainability, their hearts are being touched by the community’s enormous challenges, rich history and deep Christian faith.

Volunteers at UCC Disaster Ministries’ new work site in Port Arthur, Texas, are helping restore Hurricane Harvey-devastated homes for 17 low- to moderate-income renters. As they help bring individuals and families to sustainability, their hearts are being touched by the community’s enormous challenges, rich history and deep Christian faith. Click here to read the UCC News story.

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