Sonoma church, UCC continue care for vulnerable wildfire survivors

When you are an immigrant and disaster strikes, where do you turn for help?  In Northern California, after the wildfires of last October, hundreds of Spanish speaking and other especially vulnerable survivors have been turning to First Congregational Church UCC of Sonoma (FCCS), a leading safe “go to” place, with support from UCC Disaster Ministries.

When you are an immigrant and disaster strikes, where do you turn for help?  In Northern California, after the wildfires of last October, hundreds of Spanish speaking and other especially vulnerable survivors have been turning to First Congregational Church UCC of Sonoma (FCCS), a leading safe “go to” place, with support from UCC Disaster Ministries. Click here to read the UCC News story.

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