is the day which the Lord has made. As we begin the weekend, it is with
the awareness that while it is still raining parts of South Carolina
and rivers continue to be cresting that help is gathering in a variety
of ways to assist the residents of South Carolina in this time of
South Carolina,response agencies are at work assessing damage,
interviewing residents, working on matching opportunities with
volunteers. I know that many of you are ready to donate real labor in
helping to muck-out homes, gather and deliver supplies, and participate
in the recovery efforts. With this note I am listing a number of
locations where such help is being called for.
Help in distributing water on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday in several locations throughout South Carolina (approx. 60 people are needed), contact: David Porterat 864. 378.0702
an offering for flood relief on Sunday, October 11. Send your gifts to
the Southeastern District and identify it for flood relief. All funds
received will be put to work in the recovery efforts.
you the many ways you are already responding to help during these days
of need. In the next posting, I will share more stories that we are
hearing. Remember your neighbors, these occasions remind us that all
around us are people who need an encouraging word, act of compassion, a
conversation of grace.
Sally J Hiller
If you are moved to make a donation, you may use the donate button on our website www.se.lcms.org or send a check to the Southeastern District,
ATTN: Disaster Relief 6315 Grovedale Drive. Alexandria VA 22310
All funds received for this effort will be used in the recovery work
that will be taking place over the next months. Our address is 6315
Grovedale Drive, Alexandria VA 22310.