Hurricane Harvey Updates

9/5/2017 | 2:00 PM

1. Relief for Rosenberg

Relief for Rosenburg is a partnership between The City of Gadsden and some nonprofit organizations in Rosenburg, TX. They are accepting cleaning products only. Please no clothes.
Supplies can be dropped off at the loading dock of the old JC Penney building at the Gadsden Mall from noon to 6 PM beginning 9/6/17.

Cleaning Buckets can be donated, or supplies for buckets can be donated to be put together by volunteers. Supplies for each bucket are as follows:
**Buckets can be new or used, but must be cleaned and have a lid. THEY SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN USED FOR CHEMICALS. (Ex: cleaned fast food buckets are ok, pool chlorine buckets are not)
(1) 50 oz. liquid laundry detergent
(1) 12-16 oz liquid cleaner concentrate (no sprays)
(1) 16-28 ox bottle dish soap
(1) can air freshener spray or aerosol
(1) 6-14 oz insect repellant spray with cap
(1) scrub brush with handle
(18) disposable handi-wipes (no terry cloth or reusable clothes)
(7) sponges (no cellulose due to mold)
(5) scouring page (nothing with soap built in)
(50) clothespins
Clothes Line
(24) 33-45 gallon size heavy duty trash bags
(5) dust masks
(2) pairs of reusable kitchen rubber gloves
(1) pair leather work gloves

*If you assemble your own buckets please put liquid items in bottom and fir the rest around. You may open packages of gloves, sponges, etc, in order to get them to fit.

Click here to check the “Relief for Rosenberg” facebook page for more information.  

2. Give to

Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, and affiliate teams from Alabama, are on the ground in Texas providing relief. Giving monetary donations to helps to ensure that volunteers have the tools they need at the time they need it. It provides for not only relief services but also chaplaincy and other needs to those suffering from storm damage.

3. Go with Etowah Baptist SBDR

The Etowah Baptist Disaster Relief team has been activated. SBDR has relieved some of the qualifications for those who serve, although emergency training is still recommended.

Emergency training dates are as follows:
Sept 5 | 6:00pm-9:00pm | Bethel Baptist Church | Dothan, AL
Sept 9 | 9:00am- 12 noon | Southside Baptist Church | Decatur, AL
Sept 11 | 6:00pm-9:00pm | Valleydale Baptist Church | Hoover, AL
Sept 12 | 6:00pm-9:00pm | First Baptist Bay Minette | Bay Minette, AL
You can pre-register for these classes by clicking this link. 

The EBA team will be going September 20-26.

For more information about this opportunity please contact Larry Wells at 256-494-0650.

Download graphics for use at your church:

Harvey Bulletin Insert
Harvey Slide (4:3)
Harvey Slide (16:9)
Harvey Social Media Image

8/30/2017 | 5:00PM

8/29/2017 | 10:00 AM
As we all know, Hurricane Harvey is still leaving it’s devastating effects across Texas and now Louisiana. We have received many phone calls and messages about how Etowah Baptists are helping. Please know that we are a part of an extensive Southern Baptist Disaster Relief network and are waiting and ready for the call that it’s our time to go serve. As we receive more information, we will be updating our website and social media. Please see this official statement from the Alabama State Board of Missions. When you click the link you will see a “subscribe” button at the top left or a “update your preferences” option at the very bottom that will allow you to receive their updates as well.

Please be in prayer for those affected by this event.