Flooding in Kentucky

Southeastern Kentucky had massive rainfalls resulting in catastrophic floods, with waters rising 7-15 feet overnight. The need for volunteers to come and help with flood cleanup is huge. We’re working with the local authorities to meet the needs of the people who lost homes, possessions and loved ones in the flood. Pray for them and for the team. 

Ukraine-Russia Conflict

On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded the Ukraine and started war. Civilians have started returning to their homes (or what is left of them), except the areas where the fighting still continues. Our team has established a base in eastern Ukraine and is currently working to provide humanitarian aid to the areas locked between the conflicting armies.  Pray for the civilians who are now working to find a new normal with the ongoing fighting, and that the war would soon stop. Pray for safety, wisdom and strength for our team, as they navigate the many needs that have been brought to them.

PCCR is excited to launch a stateside disaster relief program! The purpose of this program is threefold: to train and equip our youth, to activate the church, and to impact our nation. 
Our goal is to send leaders trained and equipped to respond to crises within the US and then build on that training and experience for further development to send them into more intense situations internationally.

Every day, approximately 5,000 Venezuelans are forced to leave their homeland in search of food and shelter. More than 4 million have left Venezuela in hopes of finding security with more than 1 million having left in the last year. Most of them are heading into Colombia looking for work and a safe place to sleep. On foot, carrying a few belongings in backpacks and bags, many of them with little children, they have become know as the Walkers…

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Massive Tornado Damage in Mayfield, KY
On the night from 12/1-12/11/21, a record-breaking Tornado moved over multiple states and left a 200 mile long path of destruction. It destroyed homes, businesses, hospitals, killed at least 90 people and left rubble and rubbish everywhere.