OHC Relief Trips Now Forming (details below)

Harvey Relief

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Teams are forming now to serve people impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

Click HERE to sign-up to volunteer and learn more.

A storm like Harvey makes the call to be Jesus to our neighbors real and urgent.

Oak Hills Church is responding in 3 main ways: 

1. Pray - We can never underestimate the power of prayer. Please pray for those impacted by the storm and for God’s name to be glorified in this tragedy.
2. Give – We recommend donating directly to Samaritan's Purse. 

  • Donate to Samaritans Purse by clicking HERE
  • Donate to Disaster Response Team by clicking HERE 
  • If you would prefer to make your gift through Oak Hills Church, click HERE. We will be collecting donations and directing them to appropriate relief efforts. Gifts should be made on the Oak Hills website by clicking on the "Give Now" button and choosing the "Disaster Relief Fund."

3. Go - Sign Up To Volunteer on one of our short term trips. 

    DRT / OHC Team - PORTLAND, TX - Depart Friday (3:30 p.m.) and return Sunday (after dinner)

    SP / OHC Team - VICTORIA, TX - Depart Thursday (3:30 p.m.) and return Saturday (after dinner)

Thank you in advance for being the hands and feet of Christ and responding with compassion to our brothers and sisters in their time of need.

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Teams Forming NOW

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We are looking for people to serve on various trips over the coming weeks.

Teams serving in Victoria will depart Thursday afternoon, work Friday and Saturday, traveling back on Saturday night.

Teams serving in Portland (serving the Rockport area) will depart Friday afternoon and work Saturday and Sunday, traveling back on Sunday night. 

We will work alongside local churches serving local residents whose homes were badly damaged. Work will include cleaning out debris, tearing out drywall and flooring, tree and debris removal, roof tarping, and a variety of other tasks. 

Click HERE to sign-up to volunteer and learn more.

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