There is much to still be done for our neighbors in Kinston. “According to what we’ve seen, the number of volunteers is not what it used to be,” said Jim Kirk, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) National Associate for Disaster Response. “It appears that the large group of people that felt called to respond to Katrina and Rita in 2005, is not available now and we need to cultivate a new group to take their place and integrate them into our opportunities for engagement.” Coastal Carolina and New Hope Presbyteries are in the midst of long-term recovery, but thousands of homes remain damaged and in need of cleanup and repair.
First Presbyterian Church, Morehead City, is putting together a team of adults and youth to spend the weekend of September 30-October 1 working to help rebuild and recover. All skills and abilities are encouraged to join*. Ages 14 and older. $20 per person plus evening meals out. Space is limited to 20 people. Overnight accommodations at First Presbyterian Church Kinston—bunk beds in separate male/female rooms.
Transportation on your own, or carpools arranged if possible.
If you have any problems completing the registration or have any questions - please contact Matt Henderson - email@example.com
PLEASE COMPLETE AN INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION FORM FOR EACH PARTICIPANT