Now that Hurricane Dorian has passed, Seacoast Church will be making assessments over the next several weeks to see where we can help make a difference in relief efforts across the affected areas. We have partnered financially with Water Mission International to assist in bringing clean water to areas in the Bahamas where over 90% of the homes have been …
The water has finally receded in Conway, SC but there is considerable damage left—and potentially more to come from Hurricane Michael.
The Seacoast Conway campus is currently being used as a distribution center and starting next week they will be partnering with Christ in Action (CIA) to clean out flooded homes in the community.
Although the hurricane passed over a week ago, Conway, SC is presently experiencing record flooding and the rivers will not crest until Wednesday or Thursday.
We are doing whatever it takes to help hurting communities in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
Seacoast Church has partnered with Christ in Action to send two teams to serve in New Bern, NC. Opportunities will include serving meals, and cleaning homes and yards as needed.
We will go where we are needed, we will do whatever it takes.
As we continue to receive reports on relief needs across the Carolinas, we are gearing up to mobilize teams and resources. We are in contact with Seacoast campuses and other North Carolina churches to determine their needs and next steps.
All campuses, with the exception of Greenville and Asheville, remain closed as Tropical Storm Florence makes its way inland. Be sure to join us for church online at 6:15 PM on Saturday or 8:30 AM, 10 AM or 11:30 AM on Sunday at live.seacoast.org.
Hurricane Dorian has passed and we are sending teams of volunteers to help and serve our coastal South Carolina communities as needed. If you would like to volunteer to help, you can let us know below.
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