Deployment to Panama City Beach, Florida
We have established a base of operations in
Panama City Beach, Florida.
We are coming alongside
CC Panama City Beach
Pastor Anthony Noble
Primarily We need teams to serve
and deliver food with Mercy Chefs,
and chain saw/tarp teams.
We have lodging and meals.
Calvary Disaster Relief
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Please pray for this deployment and the residents in the effected areas.
Calvary Chapel La Habra sending out a team to assess the need in Panama City. Also Mercy Chefs on the ground providing meals.
Check out our video update CalvaryDisasterRelief.org It’s so amazing how Gods creative beauty at sunrise and sunset can be bookends to such disaster and human difficulty. Of this I’m sure His Mercy is new everyday!!! God is our hope!
Much love! Pastor Jim
Update on Myrtle Beach CalvaryChapelRelief.org We unloaded our first semi of relief supplies today in the donated warehouse space. We are ready for Teams to start coming to the area to serve. God is good!!! Pastor Jim Stewart CC Kansas City, MO.
Calvary Chapel Houston is sending a relief team to Wilmington, SC to begin meeting the needs of those impacted by Hurricane Florence. Be praying for the safety and travel.
This is just the start to what is coming to the Socastee area which is about 2 miles from the Church. The other problem area is the city of Conway 7 miles west. The worst of the water is coming this week.
Pastor Ron Dozler
Boldly Speaking Radio
Calvary Chapel Myrtle Beach, SC
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~ CC OF THE SANDHILLS HURRICANE RELIEF ~
Pastor Ben Lawson leads Nicholas Davis to the Lord after checking on how he was doing. Nicholas had returned home to be with his mom as the floodwaters began to rise around her home, located on the Lumber River, in Lumberton, NC. The water had begun to enter their home.
Pastor Ben is asking Calvary Chapel teams who would like to serve to call the church or email. Teams are needed to help with relief work and help minister to many who are hurting. 910-757-0464.
From Pastor Nick Kahl
Wilmington Disaster Relief Update
After 8 days of evacuation, we were able to make it back into Wilmington yesterday evening. Today, we are assessing damage and making a list of immediate needs.
We will be ready to accommodate teams in about two weeks. We'll keep you posted.
Teams will be used to accomplish a variety of projects from cleaning up yard and tree debris, cutting trees, tarping roofs, house cleanup, and serving when we offer meals to the public.
Right now the needs in Wilmington are great as stores have very limited supplies. The needs are bottled water, non-perishable foods, baby supplies, and new packaged socks and underwear. No clothing.
If you are interested in donating financially for the Relief efforts, see our website at Calvaryofwilmington.org to give securely.
If you are interested in bringing a team, email Pastor Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for all the prayers, messages of encouragement and support!
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Calvary Disaster Relief has been in contact with several Calvary Chapels in North and South Carolina. We are currently assessing where we will set-up a base of operation. We have been in contact with CC Willimgton and also CC Jacksonville in order to start relief efforts in those locations. We continue to pray.
Members of the New York Urban Search and Rescue Task Force One help evacuate people from their homes on Sept. 18, 2018 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The Cape Fear river has reached its crest due to rains caused by Hurricane Florence which inundated the area with rain that caused concern for large scale flooding in the Carolinas.