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CHOG Congregations Sustain Flood Damage: How You Can Help

 In All Church of God, Disaster Relief
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Photo: Flooded auditorium at Mountain Park Community Church in Phoenix, Arizona.

The Church of God Ministries Disaster Relief Committee has been made aware that Church of God congregations in three states have sustained major flood damage in the past month. Damage reports have been received from Little Paint Church of God in East Point, Kentucky; Mountain Park Community Church in Phoenix, Arizona; and the Christian school at Fairview Church in Seattle, Washington. The extensive damage at each of these facilities is not covered by insurance.

Damage at Little Paint Church of God in East Point, Kentucky, was estimated to be between fifty thousand and seventy-five thousand dollars. To donate to the flood relief effort at Little Paint Church of God, please visit the church’s website at www.littlepaint.org/content.cfm?id=324.

TFairviewChristianSchoolFloodingSept2014_FORWEBhe complete restoration work needed at Mountain Park Community Church in Phoenix, Arizona, is estimated to be more than a million dollars. Remediation and restoration for basic use is estimated at $270,000. To donate to the flood relief effort at Mountain Park Community Church, please visit the church’s website at www.mountainpark.org/mountain-park-news-blog/flood-fund-donations/.

The gymnasium and Christian school of Fairview Church of God in Seattle, Washington, also suffered extensive damage due to rising floodwaters. To donate to the flood relief effort at Fairview Christian School, please visit the school’s website at www.fcsseattle.org/donate/.

If you have questions about the Church of God Disaster Relief Committee, please contact Stephen Lewis at SLewis@chog.org or 800-848-2464, ext. 2198.LittlePaintFlood_FORWEB

“During this time some prophets traveled from Jerusalem to Antioch. One of them named Agabus stood up in one of the meetings and predicted by the Spirit that a great famine was coming upon the entire Roman world. (This was fulfilled during the reign of Claudius.) So the believers in Antioch decided to send relief to the brothers and sisters in Judea, everyone giving as much as they could.”—Acts 11:27–29 NLT

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