Tennessee disaster relief

This billboard ran in the Nashville area following the tornados that ripped through Nashville and Middle Tennessee on March 3, 2020.

This billboard ran in the Nashville area following the tornados that ripped through Nashville and Middle Tennessee on March 3, 2020.

In the early hours of Tuesday morning, March 3, 2020, a trio of tornadoes swept through Nashville and Middle Tennessee, causing extensive damage to homes, businesses and churches. At least two dozen people died and hundreds face uncertainty regarding shelter and clean-up.

Your donation to United Methodist Committee on Relief helps those affected get back home.

 

Over 30,000 pounds of food provided by Feed America First is distributed to those in need in Wilson County, Tenn. Lebanon First United Methodist Church in Lebanon, Tenn. was able to restock its food pantry as well as help provide a week’s worth of food to over 350 families. Pictured are John Stephens and Laura Headley, members of Lebanon First United Methodist Church. Photo by the Rev. Ryan Bennett.
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Prayers, donations help in aftermath of storms

March storms left behind lots of damage, but because of COVID-19, church leaders are urging safety first, cleanup later.

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Volunteer Sumant Joshi clears tornado debris in front of East End United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tenn. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.
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Disaster Relief

Tennessee tornadoes take lives, damage churches

At least 24 deaths were reported after tornadoes swept through Nashville and other parts of the state and the storms heavily damaged at least three United Methodist churches.

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