TIMES FOR TRAINING:
7:30 a.m. until completion of objectives each day (maybe 6:00 p.m. or later)
To attend classes, YOU MUST:
NOTE: Come dressed to get dirty and have the proper attire for training. Steel toed boots are a must. (No tennis/sport shoes or open toed footwear allowed.)
Dress for outdoor/indoor sessions as the weather conditions direct and your personal needs. Rain, heat or cold is not a deterrent to outdoor training.
Clean Up and Recovery
Clean Up and Recovery is the efforts of trained volunteers to help disaster victims return to their normal routine as before the disaster. Motivation for Clean Up and Recovery Ministry is Serving Christ in Crisis. We are a family working together to serve Christ and our fellow man. We seek to share the love of Christ as we minister to the victims of disaster. This may be done in a few days with a few volunteers or it may take a long time and many volunteers. Disaster Relief is responding to the initial stages of the disaster and supporting the long-term recovery. The motivation of the Clean Up and Recovery Volunteer must agree with the Motivation of the Ministry. The word minister means servant. The volunteer must have a servant’s heart. No matter what status the victim is in society they are the victim and we are the servants to help them recover and return to a normal routine in their lives. A Servant's Heart is primary to the Clean Up and Recovery volunteer.
Saturday, April 22, 2017 7:30 AM - 6:00 PMCentral Time
West Side Baptist Church712 West MainAtlanta, Texas 75551USA903-796-3279
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