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Sunday Services

This Sunday, October 20, join us Sundays at 9am and 11am for our worship services at the Rosarian Academy  (807 N Flagler Dr, West Palm Beach, FL 33401).

Bahamas Relief Efforts

A large number of Bahamians will have evacuated their homes by the end of September and will be seeking help and temporary refuge in Palm Beach County. These people will need food and a place to stay. Currently, our State Government has not opened up the shelters, and our Federal Government has not granted protective status to any of the evacuees, which would enable them to find employment for up to 6 months.This is where we come in! This is a perfect time for the body of Christ to step up and to demonstrate the love of Christ in action by providing loving shelter and plenty of food while they wait to rebuild their lives. Our Mercy Committee is leading our relief efforts with Eric Blythe as the point person for this undertaking.

How You Can Help

1. Financial Assistance

We recently set up a specific “Bahamas Relief Fund.” Our Mercy Committee will be able to draw from this fund to meet specific needs as they arise.We want you to give with confidence. 100% of your donations to this fund will be used to help Bahamian evacuees displaced by hurricane Dorian. We are working in partnership with The Red Cross to help those in need. Furthermore, the Mercy Committee reviews and votes on all expenses. In addition, our ExecutivePastor and Accountant will track every purchase made from this fund.  

Give Financially

2. Temporary Housing

Another key area of need that we can meet is temporary housing. If you can offer housing that includes electricity, AC, running water, and a functioning bathroom, please fill out the form. The length of commitment is up to you. It will be based on what you are able to provide.

Donate Housing

3. Donate Skills & Labor

Because these evacuees don't live here, their access to healthcare, transportation, and many other things is restricted. Here are some of the skills and labor that are needed to help them:

  • Transportation
  • Doctors / Prescriptions
  • Christian counsellors
  • Construction workers
  • Foster care and/or adoption

If you desire to help in this way, please email Eric at .

4. Intentional Prayer

God hears the prayers of his people. Here are some specific ways that we can be praying for God to bring restoration in this historic crisis:

  • Pray that our State Government opens up their shelters.
  • Pray for our churches in South Florida to open up their facilities to shelter evacuees.
  • Pray for us to find places (or a place) that can provide shelter for this large number of evacuees.
  • Pray for more host homes.
  • Pray that the government would grant the evacuees protective status.
  • Pray for the rebuilding efforts to happen quickly.

5. Donate Supplies

Although we are not accepting physical supplies, there is a warehouse collecting and taking supplies over to the Bahamas. If donating supplies, please give your best (not leftovers). Here are some supplies that are in high demand:

  • Food items
  • Diapers
  • Hygiene products
  • Clothing (unused)

To donate physical supplies, please contact Eric Blythe at .