Responding to Disaster
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The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) brings God’s hope, healing and renewal to people whose lives have been disrupted by war, conflict or natural disaster. UMCOR provides humanitarian relief and disaster response to people in more than 80 countries, including the United States.
After the flood waters have receded, wounds have been tended, basic needs met, and the world's attention has faded, The United Methodist Church continues to be present by providing ongoing assistance. UMCOR provides survivors not only temporary relief, but also long-term education, training, and support. While UMCOR cooperates with other aid organizations, the most important partners in the work of recovery are those being served.
UMCOR rallies volunteers for South Carolina projects
Volunteers are need in South Carolina to repair thousands of homes damaged in the 2015 floods. Read More
Louisiana churches provide help amid floods
As rising waters forced thousands to flee their homes in Louisiana, United Methodists stepped up for neighbors in need. Read More
Every day to us is Easter: Experience resurrection all year long
An Easter hymn reminds us renewals happen throughout our lives. In our worship and our work, we are to share the good news of resurrection. More
South Carolina leaders, churches focus on flood recovery
“We will be involved in long-term recovery after the cameras go away.” United Methodists are helping thousands hurt by the storm, but the process could take three years. Read More
Volunteers still needed three years after Superstorm Sandy
The hurricane hit on October 29, 2012. Watch and download a video about the continuing need to help survivors rebuild their homes and lives. View