Church becomes emergency shelter after Harvey
The Rev. Kirbyjon Caldwell, Houston native and pastor of the city's 17,000-member Windsor Village United Methodist Church, reflects on Hurricane Harvey, where he sees God in times of disaster, and how his church transformed into an emergency shelter.
Find more stories about churches' responding to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma below.
Houston churches go flat out with flood relief
Bishop expresses pride but also tells volunteers to pace themselves and ʽfind time for Sabbath.’ Read More
United Methodists helping those devastated by Irma
Bishop Kenneth H. Carter visited and prayed with people who were in the path of Hurricane Irma. Read More
Churches helping one bucket at a time
United Methodists rally to help survivors of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma cleanup. Read More
Harvey survivors mindful of those in Irma’s path
United Methodists in southeast Texas continue to face big challenges from ruinous floods. Read More