The reality of the devastation from the rains and flooding in the Carolinas caused by Hurricane Florence is heartbreaking. Send Relief and Southern Baptist Disaster Relief are on the front lines responding in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Recovery efforts are in progress for residents who need assistance. You can help now by PRAYING, GIVING and SERVING. One hundred percent of every dollar given goes directly to aid Southern Baptist Disaster Relief efforts.
As a church we are in consistent contact with Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, the third largest relief network in the nation. While it is expected to take time for the waters to retreat, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief has already launched efforts to support those in the Carolinas.
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- Pray for the local authorities and first responders who are working around the clock.
- Pray for those that have been impacted by the storm.
- Pray for the floodwaters to recede.
- Pray for the churches in the area as they live out the Gospel in serving their community
A contribution of any size will help cover the significant costs related to recovery efforts. We've set up avenues for you to give specifically to those in need in the Carolinas.
Online: Please visit apexbaptist.org/give to give online. You can designate your gift towards Disaster Relief.
By Mail: Mail contributions to the Apex Baptist office at the following address:
Apex Baptist Church
110 South Salem Street
Apex, NC 27502
Please note Disaster Relief in the memo line.
You may also bring item donations to the church. The following items are currently being accepted for dispersal:
*Non-perishable food items
*Baby wipes, current infant formula, & diapers
As we begin to gain a better understanding of the number of impacted, we will coordinate with North American Mission Board and Send Relief to serve those in need. Please consider joining us on a trip in the weeks and months ahead as opportunities become available
If you are interested in serving in the relief efforts, please fill out the form below: