Disaster Response and Volunteers in Mission
Methodist Church of Puerto Rico: Hurricane Maria Recovery Volunteer Guidelines -- download important information if you and/or your church wants to go to Puerto Rico to offer help.
When communities need help, United Methodists respond.
We are a part of a grassroots movement within The United Methodist Church designed to provide an official channel whereby Christians, both lay, and clergy, may offer their skills and talents for Christian service at home and around the world on short-term assignments at their own expense. Work includes construction and renewing of mission facilities, teaching, witnessing, conducting medical clinics, conducting Bible study or Bible School for children, and serving in disaster relief efforts around the world.
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November 08, 2017
Puerto Rico is rising up from the devastation of recent hurricanes, but the U.S. territory continues to need our help. Bishop Hector Ortiz shared that message Nov. 6 with the UMC's Council of Bishops.
October 10, 2017
When the catastrophes that recently struck Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida required an extraordinary response, the people of the Baltimore-Washington Conference rose to the challenge with more than $100,000 in relief and recovery funding.
September 25, 2017
United Methodists were praying and standing in solidarity with Puerto Ricans while awaiting word about the effects of Hurricane Maria.
September 07, 2017
Bishop LaTrelle Easterling is requesting prayers for the people of Puerto Rico as Hurricane Irma brings its destructive force to that country. Our Conference has a covenant relationship with the Methodist Church of Puerto Rico.
Important note: Please be sure to check the current status of what’s actually needed. Those status updates are available at the following sites: Mission Central - Donate Items | UMCOR Relief-Supply Kits