Disaster Relief

Hurricane Beryl

Tropical Storm Beryl, forecasted to strengthen again into Hurricane Beryl, is expected to make landfall southwest of Galveston on Monday morning. As we are all watching the news, please join us in prayer for all those who have been impacted in Beryl’s path thus far and all who will be in the coming days. Sunday worship at 9:30 will continue as planned, and we will continue to monitor weather in the coming days.

Grace’s Disaster Response Team, in partnership with The Restoration Team, are monitoring the path of the storm, and we are ready to respond to any disasters that may impact our immediate area. As a reminder, please check in with us here after the storm makes its way through Houston, by using the links below.

Grace is here for you.

A disaster or crisis prompts many emotions and actions, but it also prompts community. As a church, we stand together in challenging times with those who are impacted and with those who can serve and contribute where needed. If you are able, please reach out to those in your circles of family and friends and check on your neighbors.  

Please use the information below to navigate this season:

Click HERE if you are IMPACTED 

Click HERE if you can VOLUNTEER

Click HERE to submit a PRAYER REQUEST 

Once a form is completed it will be electronically submitted to the church, and a church contact will reach out to you.

You may also call the main church number at 713-781-7615 or contact your area deacon if you have any questions. (www.gpch.org/deacons)

Helpful resources:

ReadyHarris.org has resources for disaster/hurricane checklist - https://www.readyharris.org/Portals/60/documents/Get-Prepared/Emergency-Essentials/2020-EmergencyEssentialsKit-English.pdf?ver=2020-07-24-093900-000

TXCDR (Texas Congregational Disaster Readiness) https://txcdr.org/personal-preparedness

Psalm 107:28-30

Then they cried out to the Lord in their trouble, and he brought them out of their distress. He stilled the storm to a whisper; the waves of the sea were hushed. They were glad when it grew calm, and he guided them to their desired haven.