As we Strengthen the WV Disaster Relief Ministry in 2022 throughout our convention and all associations, we are asking for your commitment to help promote upcoming trainings and recruit new DR workers.
One of our goals for 2022 is to create at least one DR team in every association that does not yet have one and strengthen existing DR teams. To achieve this, we are offering Disaster Relief trainings in every WVCSB association from February through March. All trainings are scheduled and set for chaplains, assessors, and recovery teams.
How you can help
We need your help promoting these free upcoming Disaster Relief trainings to your congregation. Encourage people of all ages – men and women – to sign up and get involved.
1. Promotional materials: wvcsb.org/dr22
By clicking this link you will find a bulletin insert template, PowerPoint slide, DR logo, and short video to announce the upcoming trainings at your church and through Facebook, etc.
2. Promotional video: wvcsb.org/drvideo
This is a direct link to watch the DR promotional video online. You can also download and share from this link.
3. Training registration: wvcsb.org/events
To register, simply go to the WVCSB website under events, and select the training location and preferred date.
Please begin promotion as soon as you can and run it for three to four consecutive Sundays. Our first trainings are scheduled for February 11 and 12.
The only way we can build this important ministry and create new teams is to recruit and train. The only way we can recruit and train is for the pastors of every WVCSB church to help promote these trainings to their congregations.
Disaster Relief is good for churches, individuals, and disaster victims. DR provides a ministry for people to get involved, grow spiritually, and put their faith into action. Ultimately, Disaster victims receive critical help and assistance when it is desperately needed, and they see the love of Christ in action.
Thank you in advance for your commitment to helping to grow the Disaster Relief ministry in West Virginia. If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Ted Duty, WVCSB Disaster Relief Coordinator, email@example.com or 304.759.8858.