Thank you for your prayers for the Caribbean islands and the Southeastern United States in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Converge churches and communities across the islands and the Southeast are in the process of recovering from the destruction caused by the hurricane.
As church leaders and members of their congregations minister to others in the aftermath of one of the largest storms on record, many of them are facing the same circumstances as those they are serving.
How you can help
First, pray for the people in the Caribbean and the Southeastern U.S. as they return to their homes and communities that were battered by Hurricane Irma. Pray for our Converge pastors and leaders who are ministering in their neighbors’ time of need.
Next, make a financial gift to the relief efforts. There are two ways to make a gift:
A Hurricane Irma Flood Relief account has been initiated. Your gift will be used to assist pastors, church planters, their congregations and communities in cleanup, repair and recovery efforts. You may donate to Hurricane Irma Flood Relief on this page.
You can also give to One by One Haiti to help address the needs Scott outlined in the video.
Thank you for your prayerful concern and willingness to help. In times like this, we are reminded again that we are better together.
You’ve seen the news reports on Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey striking the Texas coast and moving inland, the first category 4 hurricane to hit Texas in many years. Converge Texas church planters Justin & Rebecca Moore (Cypress Community Church) and their family were driven from their home by flooding.
We are contacting other Converge Texas churches and Vision Texas church plants to discover their situations. We’re also checking in with Converge churches in Louisiana―also recipients of excessive rainfall and flooding. Converge Southwest district has initiated the Hurricane Harvey Flood Relief account to receive funds. Monies received will be used to assist our pastors/planters, their congregations and communities in clean up, repair and recovery efforts. We are saddened by the loss of five lives so far, but grateful that many more did not perish.
Youth Camp 8/9-8/11
Family Camp 8/11-8/13
Family Camp registration is now open! This is an annual tradition that your family can enjoy together year after year.
Come join us in praising God through fellowship and community. We have planned plenty of fun throughout the weekend including nature walks, games, and good food. We’ll also dedicate time to Bible study, worship, and singing. Oh, and don’t forget about the optional ropes course and paintball for a real challenge!
This all takes place in Pine Valley, a beautiful nature setting where we can appreciate God’s creation.
Here is your chance to get away from it all, reconnect with your family and church, and celebrate the summer.
Registration is will be open until 11:59pm on July 23rd!
Please see below for payment and registration. Contact Vivian Ferido or Sterling Hernandez with any questions.
Release of Liability Forms
NOTE: Instructions for Parents on Liability Forms.
1. If you and your family are attending either Youth Camp (August 9th-11th) and/or Family Camp (August 11th-13th), please only fill out the “Family” Form (The “Minors” and “Adults” Forms are unnecessary).
2. If your child (child 3-11 or youth 12-17) is attending either camp, but you are not attending, please fill out the “Minors” Form only.
Thank you everyone who came out and supported the Missions trips at WCC! If you missed the fun, check below to watch.