Additional UMVIM Teams Needed for Galena, AK

Our ongoing efforts, through the United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM) program, to respond to the 2013 floods in Galena, Alaska are close to completion...

Laity Immersion: Rebuild needs money, time, work and volunteers

Participants in the November Pacific Northwest laity immersion trip to visit Okanogan County drive through a metal scrap yard/pile to show how much damaged...

PNW Early Response Team’s chainsaw unit clears burnt trees for homes, creates safety zone

(Left to right) Larry Johnson, Steve Meacham, Woody Russell, and Dana Bryson stand above Lake Chelan on a steep hillside clearing for a home...

Disaster Response Training prepares 19 for Early Response Teams

Participants in this year's Disaster Response Training event are engaged in a team-building activity.  This event was held September 23-24, 2016 at Richland: Central...

Volunteers Needed for Saipan

With super typhoon Yutu causing extensive damage to the island of Saipan (part of the Hawaii District of the California-Pacific Conference) in...
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VIDEO: PNW Laity, Okanogan County Immersion

On July 8-9, 2016 laity from The Pacific Northwest Conference participated in a special immersion trip to the Okanogan area in Central Washington. Rosalee Mohney,...

Rebuild: Up From the Ashes | Let’s Go Help Some People!!

Carlene Anders, Rosalee Mohney and Marilyn Hoff tour the Okanogan County area to view how much damage was done after the Washington Wildfires. “The high...
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Partnering Together to Rebuild & Restore Okanogan County (VIDEO)

About 40 representatives from faith-based and non-governmental organizations met at the Pateros Fire Station in February 2015. They discussed individual casework/projects, committing financial and...

Updated: Rebuild Alaskan Homes Affected by the Yukon River Flooding

Ice from the Yukon River encroaches on the town of Eagle, Alaska, on Friday, May 17. NPS photo by Pat Sanders. Experienced UMVIM volunteers needed thru...

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...

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