Take a look at photos of our Here to Serve projects happening all around the FPC Campus.
Our neighbors in southeast Houston have recently suffered from the unseasonal and dangerous storms that produced an EF 3 tornado that caused significant damage in Baytown, Pasadena, and Deer Park. Businesses and homes in the area were damaged or destroyed.
The Salvation Army, as always, helped responded in the hours after the storms. Houston Responds is one of our primary disaster and crisis-responding mission partners. Houston Responds and our Central Coalition are in contact with churches and members of the Southeast Coalition regarding needs and opportunities to serve alongside those who have suffered from these storms. Estimates of over 500 structures were damaged or destroyed primarily in Pasadena and Deer Park as well as some in Baytown and the numbers are expected to go up as evaluations continue.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Mary-Floye Federer, Director of Missions, at email@example.com.
The Lord is a shelter for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble. Psalms 9:9