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Hurricane Beryl Leaves Trail of Destruction in Coastal Texas Region

Tens of thousands of Global Methodists in the coastal Texas area are among millions of people who are without power as they work to recover from a storm that has damaged homes, houses of worship, and businesses.

 Rev. Jim Welch, the president pro tem in the Trinity Provisional Annual Conference, reported that 150 families in just one local church are contending with downed trees that have crashed through ceilings, walls, and garages, destroyed cars, and made roads impassable.

The Global Methodist Church is working with leaders in the Trinity Provisional Annual Conference to help people recover from the devastation. Please help people in the area by making a generous financial gift. One hundred percent of your gift will allow volunteers and emergency workers to help people and local churches recover from the destruction as soon as possible.

Click here to make a gift to help those in need. Under “Select a Fund,” please click the arrows on the right and select “Disaster Relief – General.” Thank you very much!

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