In Need of Assistance?
If you or a loved one are in need of any assistance with clean up, please contact Clay County Safety Net at 904-284-7703 or visit their organization's location at Christ’s Church located at 5900 US Highway 17, Fleming Island. The entrance is on the southwest corner.
Serving Opportunities- Updated Information
We are now partnering with Clay County Safety Net to send out volunteers into the community. The organization's center is at the southwest entrance of Christ’s Church located at 5900 US Highway 17, Fleming Island (our next door neighbor). They are training and mobilizing volunteers from all over the county, and they have a wide range of resources. They are open from 9AM-5PM. Instead of meeting here tomorrow morning, Saturday, or any future volunteer days, please report directly to the southwest entrance of Christ’s Church. They can also be reached at 904-284-7703.
God continues to send us help as we recover from Hurricane Irma! St. Paul’s Anglican Church (Greenville, SC) is sending a team of 8-10 people with chainsaws to help with Hurricane Irma here in Clay County. They will arrive Thursday night (Sept. 28) and work all day Friday and Saturday (Sept. 29-30). They will worship with us on Sunday (Oct. 1) before heading home.
We are looking for work team volunteers (adults and children) who would be willing to serve next Friday and Saturday (8AM - 5PM or a half-day) to help the SC crews by hauling cut branches to the street. People who can work chainsaws are welcome, too. If you can volunteer, sign up here.
Without electricity or water? Need a meal or other help? Please email Nancy Stokes.
The Anglican Relief and Development Fund is partnering with ADOTS and affected dioceses to get relief to those affected by Hurricane Irma. Donations can be made on the ARDF website.
We will have more information to come about giving locally.
Thank you for your support, help, and prayers!