Updated: United Methodists respond to deadly tornadoes

Ida Rose (right) receives a hug from Sheri Mathews, Spiritual and Emotional Care Team supervisor for the Arkansas Conference Disaster Response Team. Rose is...

Riverside Park, the Unfunded Disaster

PNW Disaster Response: Riverside Park, the Unfunded Disaster By The Rev. Stan Norman Earth, Wind and Fire was the title of my last posting. Let’s talk...

What are cooperative, caring ways we can reach out to neighbors during a disaster?

By Wendy Riddle | Photos by Dave Riddle On Saturday, January 20, 2018, over 50 people from 15 congregations and 5 different denominations gathered at...

Fund Raiser for Rebuild: Up From the Ashes on May 6th at Bellevue First...

By Rosalee Mohney, Seattle District Co-Lay Leader/Wildfires UMVIM Coordinator You, your friends, your neighbors, and all your cousins are invited to this special and exciting event...

6 Things Imagine No Malaria Can Do for Your Church

6 Things Imagine No Malaria Can Do for Your Church By Julia Frisbie 1) It can get people involved. When people have a good idea...

Hundreds of Volunteers Return to Repair and Rebuild Homes

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The first teams of skilled volunteers arrived in Alaska earlier this week to continue rebuilding efforts in four Interior communities affected...

UMVIM: Seeking Help with Historic Okanogan UMC

(Left) Okanogan United Methodist Church (photo courtesy of Joe Mabel/Wikimedia Commons) and (Right) an example of tuckpointing (photo by David Hawgood, Wikimedia Commons). PNW Volunteers...

Greater Northwest Area Disaster Response Programs Looking Ahead

In a new step of collaboration, Jim Truitt is leaving his role as Disaster Response Coordinator for the PNW Conference to provide leadership for for a Greater Northwest Area Disaster Response pilot program. Dana and Kathy Bryson will be replacing Jim as Disaster Response Coordinators in the PNW.

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