Update—Converge Responds: Hurricane Irma

Converge Responds: Hurricane Irma Relief Fund

Thank you for your prayers for the Caribbean islands and the Southeastern United States in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Converge churches and communities across the islands and the Southeast are in the process of recovering from the destruction caused by the hurricane.

As church leaders and members of their congregations minister to others in the aftermath of one of the largest storms on record, many of them are facing the same circumstances as those they are serving. Converge president Scott Ridout offers the following update:



How you can help

First, pray for the people in the Caribbean and the Southeastern U.S. as they return to their homes and communities that were battered by Hurricane Irma. Pray for our Converge pastors and leaders who are ministering in their neighbors’ time of need.

Next, make a financial gift to the relief efforts. A Hurricane Irma Flood Relief account has been initiated. Your gift will be used to assist pastors, church planters, their congregations and communities in cleanup, repair and recovery efforts. You can also give to One by One Haiti to help address the needs Scott outlined in the video.

Thank you for your prayerful concern and willingness to help. In times like this, we are reminded again that we are better together.

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