When natural disaster strikes, we are moved with compassion for the victims.
Since the 1980s, Apostolic Christian brethren have been involved in large-scale rebuilding projects for disaster victims. The first was in response to Hurricane Hugo. Many others followed, helping people who had lost everything from flood, fire, tornado or hurricane.
Each winter, HarvestCall coordinates at least one large work project, mobilizing 500-600 volunteers from across the nation to build new homes for needy victims.
The 2018 rebuilding ministry location is in Chester, South Carolina.
Recent Rebuilding Projects:
- 2017: Columbia, SC. Floods. See photos.
- 2016: Bastrop/Austin, TX. Wildfire and floods. See photos.
- 2015: Vilonia, AR. Tornado.
- 2014: Oklahoma City, OK.
- 2013: Cullman, AL. Tornado & Yarnell, AZ, Wildfire.
- 2012: Cullman, AL, Tornado & Bastrop, TX, Wildfire.
- 2011: Nashville, TN. Flood.
- 2010: Bastrop, TX. Wildfire.
- 2009: Oakville, IA. Flood.
- 2008: Oakville, IA. Flood & Biloxi, MS. Hurricane Katrina.
- 2007: Biloxi, MS. Hurricane Katrina.
- 2006: Biloxi, MS. Hurricane Katrina.
- 2005: Wauchula, FL. Hurricane Charlie.
- 2002: Ponotoc, MS. Tornado.
- 2001: Ponotoc, MS. Tornado.
- 2000: Camilla, GA. Tornado.