Tornado in Chattanooga, Cleveland: Three things to do

Tornado in Chattanooga, Cleveland: Three things to do

Late on Easter Sunday, April 12, storms and a tornado caused loss of life and major destruction in Hamilton County and Bradley County, located in the Scenic South and Hiwassee Districts of Holston Conference.

Church members throughout Holston Conference can help by responding in the following ways:  





Give financially to relief efforts by mailing a check to your local church with "Holston Tornado Response" on the memo line.
 
Pray for those who are experiencing loss and hardship. Pray for the helpers and decision-makers.







In addition to protecting oneself and others by social distancing during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Tennesseans and others who do not live in the storm-damaged areas are urged not to go there. Local residents who are without electricity or in the midst of recovery are further hampered by traffic and sightseers.
 

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