UMC connection is powerful in times of Irma disasterDisaster Recovery Photo Essays
The power, value and blessings of the connection of The United Methodist Church become visible and tangible in times of disaster. This “flood bucket” photo essay features only a few of our Florida churches who donated, delivered and distributed supplies to those in need.
Originally started in 2016 as a response to the floods in Louisiana, the Florida Annual Conference Cleaning Bucket Challenge organizes our response to disaster-stricken areas. Keep up to date regarding our response to victims of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. #ImWithTexas #ImWithFlorida
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It was a blessing to bring supplies to First UMC Moore Haven. Many churches pitched in. Posted by Patti Aupperlee, UMC Palm Beaches.
New Covenant UMC in The Villages sent 104 buckets with ERT team to South Florida. 165 packed and waiting. They packaged a total of 400!
Rev. Pam Carter, First Lakeland staff member, appreciates those who delivered supplies to neighbors.
Hurricane Irma - Hurricane Michael recovery: Volunteer to bring yourself or a team to help with the recovery.