Alabama Update: Thanks to all who participated!


I wanted to take a moment to update and thank all of you in regards to our Disaster Relief Project. The Fellowship at Two Rivers took two U-Haul truck loads of items to the storm victims. As you can see, the damage the people of that state experienced is far worse in reality than what is being reported. It’s hard to imagine this kind of disaster. Yet these things do happen. We are proud to be a part of this relief effort. Though it may not seem like much, to those in need, every little bit counts. Help is always a welcome commodity.
Thank you, again, to each and every one of you that played a part. You are appreciated.

Serving Alongside,
Matt


Alabama Disaster Relief

A note to our Fellowship at Two Rivers church family:

As you all know, Alabama was devastated by the storms of this past week.  Thousands of people are without the basic necessities of life at this moment.  Thousands more are in shelters because their homes were destroyed.  We are working with ministries and churches on the ground in and around Tuscaloosa and they have shared an urgent request for the following supplies:

*Batteries

*Flashlights

*Toilet Paper

*Paper Towels

*Baby Food

*Diapers

*Baby Wipes

*Kids Clothes

*Waterless Shampoo

*Liquid Soap

*Anti-Bacterial gel (squeeze and pump)

*Toothpaste

*Tooth Brushes

We will be collecting, boxing and delivering these items to Alabama this weekend (Sunday).  What is collected will be delivered on Monday and we will collect the same supplies the next weekend as well (May 15th).  Please continue to pray for those affected by this storm.  I’m not sure the media is accurately communicating the almost total devastation in some areas.

In addition, we will need volunteers on Sunday afternoon to sort and box these items.  Contact Melissa Leaver at melissaleaver@tworivers.org  to volunteer.

This is an opportunity to show the love of Christ to those in need.   Please be generous.  Thank you in advance for what I know each of you will provide.

Serving Alongside,

Matt Surber