New Apostolic Church USA


Hurricane Harvey

Yet again a major natural disaster has affected large parts of our country, placing many communities in Texas and surrounding areas in danger and distress. In these difficult days we not only stand in prayer and thoughts with all those affected, our brothers and sisters and the communities at large, but also are called upon to assist with short-term relief and rehabilitation efforts.

We are thankful that, based on current information, none of our brothers and sisters have suffered the loss of a loved one or any major injuries; however, we encourage everyone to continue to pray for those that have.

New Apostolic Church USA, together with its charity, re Charitable Ministry, is currently reaching out into the affected communities to assist with relief and support efforts in the most effective way. For this purpose, NAC USA and re Charitable Ministry have committed up to $20K to assist with local relief efforts. As was successfully done during Hurricane Sandy in 2012, our focus will be on supporting existing local infrastructure and partners and their valiant efforts, as this provides the most direct benefits to those affected.

If you have the ability to support these efforts, donations can be made via the church’s website, the re Charitable Ministry Facebook page, or by sending checks payable to re Charitable Ministry to:

re Charitable Ministry, LLC
Attn: Hurricane Harvey Relief,
6005 Perry Hwy, Erie, PA 16509.

Here’s the link for the donation page: 

For updates, follow re Charitable Ministry on Facebook

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