Navy Chaplain serves in Washington mudslide disaster


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Mission and Ministry
The Rev. Henry Jean Robert Kasongo Numbize prays over relief supplies in Goma, Congo, that will be provided to help survivors of the May 22 eruption of the Mount Nyiragongo volcano, about 10 miles from Goma. Numbize is superintendent of The United Methodist Church’s Goma District. Photo by Philippe Kituka Lolonga, UM News.

Cooperative church efforts aid Congo volcano recovery

Serving in partnership, the United Methodist Committee on Relief and Connexio Switzerland respond to urgent needs after May 22 disaster.
Disaster Relief
Flood survivors receive kits prepared by The United Methodist Church. Traces of mud left by the fury of the Cambambe-Dondo waters are visible. Photo by Orlando da Cruz, UM News.

United Methodists in Angola support flood survivors

Angola West Conference mobilizes to provide food and other relief as heavy rains destroy homes and other infrastructure.
Evangelism
The Rev. Tom Berlin (left) presents a copy of his book, “Courage,” to Massachusetts National Guard Chaplain Chad McCabe in the chapel at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington. McCabe, whose unit was assigned to help provide security at the U.S. Capitol after the January riot, contacted Wesley Seminary asking for Bibles, novels and board games for troops stationed there. Photo by Lisa Helfert for Wesley Theological Seminary. Copyright 2021. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Church responds to chaplain's call to help soldiers

A National Guard chaplain got Bibles, games and 150 copies of a new book about courage when he turned to Wesley Theological Seminary for help keeping soldiers occupied in Washington in the aftermath of the Capitol insurrection.