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Irma Relief

Irma Relief: “A beautiful experience”

Hurricane Irma swept up the coast of Florida in early September 2017, leaving hundreds of thousands of residents with flooded homes and no electricity. In the aftermath, the local church has mobilized to receive teams from across the region to help in the recovery effort. ARDF is partnering with the Gulf Atlantic Diocese to get relief […]

Hurricane Irma

Hurricanes and Dolphins

This week’s post is by the Rev. Liz Gray and was originally published here. As teams on the ground in Jacksonville prepare for a big weekend of outreach (Oct 13 & 17), Liz’s reflection reminds us of the people behind the headlines. Last week, my husband Simon and I went on a few days vacation. […]


Irma Update #1

Last weekend 6” of rain raised the St. Johns river and flooded much of Flagler Estates in St. Johns County, FL.  Many in and around beaches and rivers are facing flooding – again! Please join us in prayer for a break from heavy rains! This will enable relief teams to more easily continue their work, reaching […]

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Back to School Backpacks (Harvey Relief)

Sharing a story of the impact of post-Harvey relief efforts, this week’s blog comes from Nancy-Page Lowenfield, member of Church of the Apostles, Houston. Before Hurricane Harvey hit, we [at Church of the Apostles, or COTA] were already planning on doing a backpack drive for Love Elementary, one of the highest-need schools in Houston, and […]

Irma Damage

Irma Updates

Support Irma Relief Monday September 18, 2017 Irma may be a distant memory for the Weather Channel, but those effected by rising waters and fallen trees are still in need. Here is a website coordinating a variety of efforts to get aid and labor to where it is needed most. All Souls Anglican Church is […]

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Irate Irma

Donate Now On the heels of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma has brought flood waters, loss of power, and general havoc to the southeastern United States. After causing widespread devastation across the Caribbean, Irma’s damage to the mainland U.S. was—in some ways—not as grave as expected. However, for a storm as big as Irma, this still […]