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ONLY COME IF YOU CAN SAFELY MAKE IT. We will gather tomorrow at the Champions campus and the Jersey Village campus for one hour from 5:30-6:30 to just pray, worship, and get up to speed on plan of action. The service at the Champions campus will be streamed on our CFBC FACEBOOK page, as long as internet is working (which it should be).
How to get to the Champions Campus:
You cannot get to the church directly from North. You must come from 1960 up either Stuebner or Champion Forest to Strack. Again, Be SAFE. Do not take any risks.
CFBC will be mobilizing teams to begin the mud-out process for local homes that were flooded during Hurricane Harvey. If your home sustained damage please complete THIS FORM (Click Here) and we will be in contact with you as soon as response teams are available. Note: We have a multitude of requests, please be patient we will respond as soon as possible.
Champion Forest Baptist Church estará movilizando equipos para comenzar el proceso de limpieza en hogares que hayan sido inundados durante el huracán Harvey. Si su casa sufrió daños, complete EL SIGUIENTE FORMULARIO (Haga clic aquí) <https://goo.gl/forms/UdwWN3cjESXVHOzc2>
Estaremos en contacto con usted tan pronto como los equipos de trabajo estén disponibles.
Nota: Proyectamos que tendremos una multitud de peticiones, por favor tenga paciencia, le responderemos lo antes posible.
This catastrophe will test us, but we believe through God we can rise to the challenge. Many of you have been asking how you can help. With the size and scope of this disaster, relief efforts will be ongoing for many months. We will begin mobilizing a massive volunteer undertaking of caregivers and mud-out teams soon. Be sure to register to volunteer here so we have your information when we are ready. In the meantime, here are 3 things to do right now.
First, PRAY. Let’s lift our eyes to the Lord and ask for mercy and peace.
Second, LOVE. We’ve heard countless stories of how you, the church, have risen up and driven boats into neighborhoods, taken in displaced families, and we know that you will continue to do so. We have been so touched by the countless churches and friends from around the country checking on us and getting their people ready to come help as soon as they can.
Third, GIVE. CFBC has now set up a Hurricane relief fund that will be 100% used in helping the hurting people in our community affected by the storm. Click HERE and be sure to select the “hurricane” option to contribute to this fund that will help us as we help our city.
You can also text CFBCHURRICANE to 77977 and a link will be texted to you.
Our Champions Campus is still not out of the woods as the creek continues to rise. It would be an unsafe shelter right now, especially with impassable roads around it. Our Conroe Campus is also not an ideal place for a shelter. Our Jersey Village campus has been and will continue to be used when needed by the Jersey Village Fire and Police Departments as a shelter, when the power is on. Our North Klein Sunday campus (Klein MPC) is now being used as a shelter and will likely be full of displaced families soon. Please check the KLEIN ISD twitter account to see their most recent needs. We do not have the luxury of acting as separate disconnected organizations. We are simply now just Houstonians. We’re proud to partner with Faithbridge as they continue to shelter around 600 people, as well as other School ISDs, churches, and organizations as we tackle this thing TOGETHER. We can do this if we rely on the Lord and help each other. We are reminded of 1 Corinthians 12. We are the body and we need every part to do what God has given us the opportunity to do. Be safe. God bless you.