Pastor Ross Reinman Calvary Chapel The Rock Here's an update from The Rock. At last count 30 families (!) in our fellowship have had their homes burned to the ground and many, like Barb and myself, and associate pastors, are still under evacuation orders and have not been back to our homes since fleeing in the middle of the night Sunday. Our worship leader and his wife fled from their apartment that was on fire and it burned to the ground. No injuries have been reported in our fellowship. Our church building stands but is in a hot spot on Piner Road. We have no power and are displaced for Sunday service. We'll be meeting at a church in Sebastopol. At this point we are handing out benevolence checks and cards to help comfort and stabilize. No one has started rebuilding and therefore it's too early for teams or supplies-here anyway-there's no place to put them. If you feel led to help us there is a link on our website to donate. The funds are going to vetted families to help them through the displacement period. On our webpage there are updates and pics as well. cctherock.org/fire
Please pray for Calvary Chapel Puerto Rico as they prepare to begin feeding and caring for the victims of Hurricane Maria. They will be receiving teams as soon as basic services are provided. You can donate for Puerto Rico on this site! http://calvarychapelhurricanerelieffund.com/
UPDATE FROM PASTOR JASON CC PUERTO RICO
Calvary Chapel Association has setup a disaster relief fund for you to do just that. Click the donate button below. 100% of all donations will go to CCA Relief International. Thank you so much for your prayer and support.