Emergency Response Committee
The Emergency Response Committee assists CCPC in providing for the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of its members and friends in case of a local or regional emergency situation. We believe an effective communication system is the key in any emergency. Our volunteers are on nine different teams, such as the Communication Team. Our mission is to serve where possible, making good use of our resources. In event of a community crisis, we review our ability to serve. ERC is on-going and meets quarterly to review the church plans for addressing immediate needs and for long-range planning.
PC(USA) seeks to help Ukraine and Central Europe
Want to help right now?
Donate online to Disaster Relief-International Refugee Programs (DR000156) via PC(USA) Mission Page
National Disaster Relief - Give Hope Today!
Help Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) bring hope and healing to families impacted by recent national disasters.
From western wildfires to hurricanes to tornadoes, PDA has provided you the means to send money to specific areas of relief in locations of national disasters, via the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance page:
PDA is in touch with presbyteries in affected areas and offers assistance where needed. They are standing by with resources and National Response Team members ready to deploy upon invitation, when it is safe to do so.
For those who wish to support PDA’s emergency response and recovery efforts, gifts can be designated online, via the link above, to one of many possible types of disasters. Or you can make a check to CCPC (put “PDA- [disaster name]" on the Memo line. We will include it with our gift to them. Or, you can send a check directly to:
Presbyterian Church (USA)
PO Box 643700
Pittsburg, PA 15264-3700
You can also donate by phone Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm (EST) at 1-800-872-3283.
God our Shelter, be a strong presence in the lives of neighbors who, having survived the winds and rains of Harvey, now face grief, uncertainty and weary days. May our generosity in prayer and in tangible signs of support overflow more than floodwaters, to sustain your work of healing and rebuilding and bring comfort and strength to those who suffer. AMEN.