Adventist Community Services Responds to Hurricane Dorian

As Hurricane Dorian was developing and threatening the East Coast, Adventist Community Services (ACS) Teams were ready and on stand-by to serve survivors as needed.

The South Atlantic Conference of Seventh-day Adventists ACS Team opened a shelter in Orangeburg, SC. There were around 150 people housed on their campground until they were able to return safely home.

Florida and Southeastern Seventh-day Adventist Conferences opened collection centers throughout the state to receive goods that would help those affected by the storm. 

Carolina and Georgia-Cumberland Seventh-day Adventist Conferences stood by ready and waiting for touchdown of the hurricane in parts of their area.

We are thankful that the Hurricane did not wreak havoc in these states, and we praise God that even though most of our areas were unaffected, our teams were ready and prepared for the worst.

Click on the link below for more information from The South Bahamas Seventh-day Adventist Conference and how you can help.

We appreciate all your prayers and support.

The Lord is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble; he knows those who take refuge in him.

  - Nahum 1:7