Project Restore at Good Shepherd, Fremont
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fremont is excited to announce a new area-wide initiative called Project Restore. Over the next few years Good Shepherd, Fremont will embark on an effort to connect volunteers from around the country with local residents and towns that need assistance with mold remediation (demolition, sanitizing, cleaning) as well as construction (electrical, plumbing, drywall, mudding etc.). These services are a labor of love and do not require payment or stipulations. Good Shepherd only wants to do their part to restore and bring healing to their community. Through Project Restore, Good Shepherd will offer housing, meals, showers, supplies, and plenty of work. If you are a group or know of any groups who would like to participate, click on here to learn more and get started: https://www.goodshepherdlutheranchurch.org/project-restore-signup
Apply for Disaster Recovery Grants
All District disaster relief funds will be disbursed through the local congregations to serve their communities. Congregations can apply for grant money to help serve their local communities by meeting their bodily needs while connecting them to the congregation so they can receive God’s Word and Sacraments to meet their spiritual needs. There is a two-step process for congregations to complete.
1. Congregations should download the Field Case Assessment Survey Form and complete one for each family/person they would like to assist with funds or other gifts. Keep all completed forms on file for follow-up.
2. Once the Field Case Assessment Survey Forms are complete and the congregation knows the total amount they would like to apply for, they should download and complete the Synod and District Disaster Response and Relief Grant Application. Once the grant application has been completed, save and send it, along with the Field Case Assessment Forms, to Rev. Kevin McReynolds, Nebraska District Disaster Relief Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Would you like to make a donation?
The generosity of the people in and beyond the Nebraska District has been amazing, and we are grateful for your partnership. The Nebraska District office is accepting donations for disaster relief in Nebraska via our secure giving website (eservicespayments). Click here to give now, and choose the category Disaster Relief – NE Flooding.
Those who prefer to mail checks instead of making a gift by credit card should indicate that the gift is given for “Disaster Relief – NE Flooding” and mail them to:
Nebraska District LCMS
PO Box 407
Seward, NE 68434