A week after Hurricane Michael violently swept through the Florida panhandle, the storm’s wrath is still unfolding as the death toll continues to rise and rescuers search for those unaccounted for in the hardest-hit areas.
West Florida Assemblies of God District Superintendent, Tommy Moore, has reported 50 of the 80 AG churches in the impact zone sustained some form of damage, and 20 experienced severe damage. Five are considered catastrophic. All this while many members of these same churches are facing their own home damage, as well.
The district has launched PROJECT 2:20, which stems from Nehemiah 2:20, “We his servants will arise and rebuild.”
Here’s how you can help! According to Pastor Tommy, they are in desperate need of teams to help with clean up and supply distribution, as well as prayer teams to go into the impacted areas and love on and care for people in this time of need.
Financial assistance to help with disaster relief is also needed. Pastor Tommy is requesting for churches and people not in the affected area to adopt-a-church and provide a pastor’s salary for three months.
To donate directly to Hurricane Relief for the West Florida District of Assemblies of God, please visit www.wfldag.org.
For more information about gathering, sending, or taking a team to serve, contact Melissa Robinson: (480) 773-3577.
To stay up-to-date with the latest from Pastor Tommy in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, visit his Facebook page.
Thank you for your continued prayers for Florida’s panhandle during this devastating time.
Thank you for your contributions towards the West Florida District disaster relief.