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.

 

Church member Rita Wigger (right) embraces the Rev. Judi Hoffman during an outdoor worship service in the park adjacent to East End United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tenn. The church building was heavily damaged by a March 3 tornado. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.
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Local Church

Church members worship together after tornadoes

Church members in Tennessee gathered to find comfort and inspiration in worship after tornadoes killed dozens and caused extensive property damage in Middle Tennessee.

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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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