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How does one start a new ministry? Sometimes it is just a matter of offering to help existing ministries. The California-Pacific Disaster Response Task Force recognized last fall that the humanitarian crisis on our southern border is a disaster in which our Task Force should
Below is the video report submitted to Annual Conference 2020 by the California-Pacific Conference Disaster Response Task Force.
The California-Pacific Conference Disaster Response Task Force had reported in the waning months of 2019 that their Happy Little Tool Trailer, subject of literary fame, suffered the indignity of being rudely awakened in the middle of the night and kidnapped from the University Church Irvine
The UM Federal Credit Union Board and Ted Ramirez, Business Development Officer, presented a check of $5,000 for Disaster Relief to be used by the Cal-Pac Disaster Response Task Force at the Task Force’s meeting at Ontario First United Methodist Church on Wednesday, January 15,
The California-Pacific Conference Disaster Response Task Force is monitoring the current and recent fires in the Southern California area and offers the following suggestions to frequently asked questions in responding to the fires: Visiting – Please do not make plans to visit the affected areas
The California-Pacific Conference Disaster Response Task Force is calling for more ERT volunteers to respond to the disaster in Saipan, Typhoon Yutu, which left 34% of all dwellings destroyed or damaged. The need for Early Response Teams to Saipan is huge with more than 500
The Cal-Pac Disaster Response Task Force is assisting Nancy Rasmussen in identifying qualified candidates for the Los Angeles Long Term Recovery Group (LTRG), which has been formed to aid the survivors of the Woolsey Fire in utilizing available resources to help return to normalcy. The