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Hurricane Irma

A District Point Person had been assigned to each church.  His responsibility is to connect with the lead pastor after Hurricane Irma has gone through the region.   They are acting on behalf of the Superintendent to find out . . .

- The well-being of you and your family, and the condition of your home.
- The same in regards to your staff and congregation.
- The condition of your church facility, or the place where you meet. 
- How your community has fared, and if there are ways that you see your church might serve its community in relief and recovery.

Expect a call or email from the point person on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday.  Please be sure to respond as soon as practical and continue to communicate with the point person as often as is helpful.  Sending pictures will help greatly.  All the data collected will be given to Bruce Hobbs, our Disaster Response Coordinator, who will relay it to the Superintendent.

Contact the District Leadership

Please contact your District Regional Leader (Chuck, Alfredo, or Harris) by cell phone or email for matters of importance.  All calls to the office will be forwarded to Ellen or Amy, and emails will be checked regularly.  

Stay Updated on Facebook and Twitter

And let’s stay networked on the The Alliance Southeast Praise and Prayer page on Facebook and Twitter at #thealliancese. Please join in.  

Your Alliance Family Cares

Many throughout the Alliance are praying for the churches of Florida.  CAMA will be kept informed of how the churches of the district have fared, and how they might assist churches to bring relief to their communities.

A Place to Stay

If you have chosen to move to a safer location, you might find refuge at Lake Swan Camp.  Call Perry Rollins at (352) 475-2828.  Also, Family of God Church in Ocala has a few beds available for girls who need a temporary home during the hurricane.  Contact James Snyder at (352) 216-3025.

Resources for You . . .

  • - Hurricane Safety Checklist, from the American Red Cross. Click here.
  • - Community Relief Needs Assessment, by Cape Alliance Church.  Click here.

Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

CAMA Services is sending financial aid to assist with relief and recovery efforts.  You can provide immediate support by making a donation to the CAMA Disaster Relief Fund.  If you or your church would like to volunteer to come and assist devastated families, please contact Mark or Joy at the C&MA Southwestern District Office at or call 817.561.0879.


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