Thank you for your willingness to help those who were affected by the devastating floods on Memorial Weekend. Your service and your donations assist the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware and the North American Mission Board’s Disaster Relief teams in providing disaster relief in areas, such as Ellicott City and Catonsville, among others. Disaster Relief leaders are already on the ground assisting Metanoia Church, Bethel Baptist Church, Catonsville Baptist Church, and The Broken Wall Project.
Those who are interested in any of these efforts can go to the BCM/D’s DR website, https://md.disasterreliefonline.com, where they can sign up under the upcoming deployment page. Those interested in giving financially to assist these efforts can donate online at www.bcmd.org/give.
To keep you informed, please note the following updates (listed with most recent updates at the top):
Update (May 29, 2018): Ron Willoughby and Dave McMillan
Doug DuBois, state director of disaster relief for the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware, speaks with Pastor Ron Willoughby of The Broken Wall Project and Dave McMillan from Emergency Management in Catonsville.
Update (May 29, 2018): Jesse Florida
Doug DuBois, state director of disaster relief for the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware, speaks with Jesse Florida, associate pastor at Metanoia Church in Ellicott City, Md. Florida said they haven’t been able to access Ellicott City’s devastated Main Street as of yet, but they have been assisting with homes in Catonsville that were damaged by the flood waters.