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MISSION
Trips

If you can hammer a nail (successfully), wield a paintbrush (carefully), or hang drywall (straight), then we want you on the team! 

Volunteers travel together to an East Coast disaster location and help families rebuild their homes and lives. Thanks to our Michelin-starred chefs, we enjoy gourmet meals, and there’s usually a game or activity going on in the evenings.

On our most recent mission trip (November 6–11, 2022), we returned to New Bern, North Carolina, and continued to help rebuild homes damaged by flooding from Hurricane Florence in 2018.

to national and international emergencies with the love of Jesus Christ and the practical help of His people.

responds to national and international emergencies with the love of Jesus Christ and the practical help of His people.

The Presbyterian
Disaster Assistance program

responds

MISSION TRIPS

For information about participating, contact Rev. Mary Beth Lawrence. 

 to assist
victims of wildfires
(2017 – 2018)

trips
24 & 25

Gatlinburg, TN

for flood rebuilding
(2016)

trips
21, 22 & 23

Charleston, SC

to provide assistance after
Hurricane Sandy
(2013 – 2015)

trips
16, 17, 18, 19 & 20

New York &
New Jersey

to build houses for
tornado victims
(2012 – 2013)

TRIPS
13 & 15

Tuscaloosa, AL

for flood rebuilding
(2010 – 2012)

trips
10, 11, 12
& 14

Nashville, TN

to assist with
Hurricane Katrina relief
(2006 – 2010)

trips
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 
6, 7, 8 & 9

The Gulf Coast

30 MISSION trips & Counting

for repairs to homes
of owners in need
(2018 – 2019)

trips
26 & 27

Cumberland, MD

 to repair homes damaged by flooding from Hurricane Florence
(2021 – 2022)

trips
28, 29 & 30

New Bern, NC