CCUMC DISASTER RESPONSE
Grace and peace to you this morning in the name of Jesus Christ. As folks recover, we extend our sincere prayer for joy in the midst of suffering...for peace of mind, body, and soul during difficult times. May God's grace sustain you providing every need through the Holy Spirit and servant-volunteers who want to help.
CCUMC Disaster Response
Across our great nation many folks are displaced by natural disasters, recent and deadly and life altering disasters. How are we in the CCUMC family called to assist these faraway neighbors, family and friends?
Bishop Schnase and UMCOR (United Methodist Committee On Relief) have put out a call requesting aid. The fastest and best way to send aid is through financial support. Your donations may be made payable to CCUMC with a notation "UMCOR". Our Administrative personnel will pool and forward all donations on to UMCOR. Or you may make a donation online and directly thru UMCOR at the website listed in this message.
For more information:
--Thomas Monahan, Director of Communications
Southwest Texas Conference
The United Methodist Church
210.408.4505 - office
Bastrop Wildfire Resident Information Lines: 512-332-8856 or 512-332-8814
Bastrop County -- Current Information: http://www.co.bastrop.tx.us
Bastrop Christian Ministrial Alliance: http://www.bcmatx.org
FEMA Assistance: http://www.fema.gov/assistance/index.shtm
FEMA Transitional Sheltering Assistance available for Bastrop County, Texas evacuees with inaccessible or unlivable homes: >>more
Bastrop Wildfire Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) Location: 6102 Hill Street (former 9th Grade Academy) Open 9 AM to 7 PM Monday to Saturday, beginning Tuesday September 13th. Open 1 PM to 5 PM. Sunday hours subject to change with some advance notice.
CCUMC Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/cedarcreekumc
Bastrop County Emergency Management Facebook Page
Bastrop County Public Safety Live Scanner Audio Feed