Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
Join us on the church campus when we respond to hurricanes, floods and fires by packing hygiene kits, building flood cleanup buckets, or collecting food and clothing when that call comes in.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the PC(USA) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by a crisis or catastrophic event. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is the emergency and refugee program of the PC(USA).
And yes, be Christ’s hands during those times of need and join a team of volunteers as we travel to cities or small towns to help restore homes and rebuild lives.
Hours after Hurricane Harvey hit, the call went out to bring toiletries and towels to church … and hundreds of hygiene kits were built for shelters.
Rescue teams are able to bring evacuees to shelters offering clean showers, dry clothes and a warm place to sleep.
Church volunteers and our Scout Troop brought cleaning supplies and packed 150 buckets to help flood victims begin the process of recovery from a flood.
Following flood cleanouts, families began to rebuild their homes and their lives with the help of mission volunteers.