Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
HURRICANE HARVEY DISASTER RELIEF & RECOVERY UPDATES
VOLUNTEERS, WE NEED YOU. Yep, still do.
The greater-Houston area will be in recovery for many months and years to come. Disaster Relief & Recovery ministries are settling in for the long road ahead. Volunteers, we need you. We will continue to need you for a long time. Book mark this page, ubahouston.org/disaster/serve, and we'll try our best to provide current information about how to stay involved.
Follow the links to sign up with any of the ministries:
Many UBA churches are also directly involved in receiving and deploying volunteers. I've listed a couple that have a direct link on a website making it easy to sign up.
If church facilities or the homes of pastors or staff have been damaged in the flood, please let us know. Many organizations are reaching out to damaged churches to offer what assistance they can. UBA can help you in connecting with a variety of resources.
CALL: 1-844-965-1386 by
If your home or the home of someone in your neighborhood still needs flood-related cleanup, Crisis Clean Up is taking calls through. Relief ministries are attempting to use this as a centralized location to determine where there is still need. As they are able, these relief agencies may assist you and your neighbors cut fallen trees, remove drywall, insulation, flooring, furniture, appliances, tarp roofs, etc. All services are free, but service is not guaranteed due to the overwhelming need. Importantly, this hotline CANNOT assist with social services such as food, clothing, shelter, insurance, or questions about FEMA registration. Volunteers work free of charge and provide the tools and equipment necessary to complete the work.
Call 800.621.3362 to report damage and register for assistance or go online at disasterassistance.gov
RED CROSS ASSISTANCE: www.redcross.org
Red Cross Announcement: "The Red Cross will be providing financial assistance to qualified Texas households that were severely impacted by Harvey. We plan to resume the application process on."
If you have questions or need information, please contact a UBA Consultant. Directory
Dian R. Kidd, Associate Director
Friday, September 15, 2017
Thursday, September 14, 2017
This Bible study is designed to bring a deep understanding of the text, theology and application of the Lord's Prayer. It is a follow-up to the SBC's 2017 annual meeting, themed "Pray! For Such a Time as This."