In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, many organizations are pulling together resources for rescue missions and providing supplies for those affected. There is no doubt that the clean up and recovery process will last well into 2018, and so these relief efforts will need ongoing support.
In addition to praying daily for those in crisis, here are some avenues for monetary support.
1.) Resurrection Brooklyn has a disaster relief fund. You can contribute here.
3.) The EPC has set up an Emergency Relief Fund. In collaboration with the Presbytery of the Gulf South, donations to the fund will be sent to EPC churches in the greater Houston area affected by the storm. Click here to donate online (choose “Emergency Relief” from the first pulldown menu and “Hurricane Harvey Relief (506)” from the second pulldown menu).
4.) Lastly, here is a comprehensive list of all the shelters in the Houston area and their specific needs.
Please consider giving generously to those in need.
Please take a moment to read this Pastoral Letter and 2017 Summary Update from Pastor Michael Subracko.
Brooklyn Fellows is an intensive 9-month discipleship program now in its fifth year. Through group discussions, readings and the spiritual disciplines, Fellows explore the implications of the Gospel in their lives and the world. The next round of Brooklyn Fellows begins in September 2017 and ends in June 2018. Applications are now available and will be accepted until May 31st. Space is limited. Email Pastor Marc Choi at email@example.com for more information and the application.
Resurrection Brooklyn Heights is hosting “The BIG Event” with St. Francis College on Saturday, April 1st from 10 a.m. to noon. It’s a FREE basketball and arts and crafts event for kids ages 3-7. RSVP to Joe Dewey at Joe@resurrectionbrooklyn.org because space is limited.