Category Archives: Mission

UMCOR Responds to Current Disasters

Advance 901670

We will continue to update this page and UMCOR social media as we receive new information.

Learn more about UMCOR’s response to hurricane Harvey.

Learn more about UMCOR’s response to hurricane Irma.   

Learn more about UMCOR’s response to hurricane Maria. 

UMCOR in the news: 

USA Today Article 

CNN’s Charitable List – Impact Your World

The Washington Times Article

United Methodist News Service – “Churches helping one bucket at a time”

By Mary Andreolli*

5 Things You Can Do

 1. Please continue to pray for those whose lives will be impacted by hurricane Irma. 
 
2. Make relief kits, send complete kits to our relief-supply depots or an affiliate warehouseDownload the packing list and shipping label.   

3. Partner with UMCOR in responding to the needs of communities and individuals impacted by Hurricane Irma by giving to Advance #901670:

To give by mail:

Advance GCFA
P.O. Box 9068 
New York, NY 10087-9068
Please note in the memo line: Advance 901670

4. Donate only those items requested. 
 
5. Please wait for an invitation to volunteer.

Download this UMCOR church bulletin insert to share 5 Things You Can Do in response to Irma.   

To keep relief supplies in stock, give to Material Resources Advance #901440.   

UMCOR – United Methodist Committee On Relief is grateful for your relentless prayers and support.  

Rev. Luke Rhyee will deliver the message at Grace on September 10

In May, the District Connectional Ministries Team approved Rev. Luke Rhyee (former pastor of Columbia Korean UMC), Missionary to Guatemala with the Mission Society, as our official Columbia District Missionary.   Luke has a non-profit called Healing Guatemala.

The Rev. Luke MoonTaeg Rhyee M.D. graduated from CNU Medical School in Korea and worked as a medical doctor. He also graduated from Duke Divinity School and is in full connection with the South Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church as an elder.

Currently, he serves the people of Guatemala, mostly Mayan people, in Quetzaltenango as a president and executive director of Healing Guatemala with his family.

He has his wife, SunHee Kim R.N., S.W., and three boys, Daniel Lee, 4; Andrew Lee, 6; and Joshua Lee, 11.

To get more information; 

healingguatemala.org

facebook.com/luke.rhyee

 

To support the mission;

Payable to Healing Guatemala 
P.O. Box 1835
Duluth, GA 30096