Teams have been all over Acadiana serving families who have been affected by the flooding. Yesterday we fed another 3,000 people across the region. Here’s a look at what is going on at each campus today.
Broussard – (655 Hwy 96, Broussard)
The distribution center is up and running. We are still in need of donations so please continue to bring them to the campus. For a full list of needed items, click the “Items Needed” link below.
The St Martinville Sheriff contacted us and we will be assisting them with the need in that area. Join us this morning and again on Saturday morning at 9am to serve.
Lafayette – (1201 E Broussard Rd, Lafayette)
Teams are out in the community doing demolition and drying out homes. Hot meals are being delivered to affected areas. Today we will also be packaging and distributing food. If you would like to serve in any capacity join us today and again on Saturday at 9am.
Midtown – (101 Marie Antoinette Street, Lafayette)
Today we will be feeding 1,000 people and we have crews that will be demoing homes across Acadiana. Our teams are out meeting needs, praying with people, and being the church.
Show up at any time from 9am – 3pm today and again at 9am on Saturday at our Midtown location to join in our relief efforts.
Opelousas – (619 Creswell Ln, Opelousas)
Teams are doing flood relief demolitions to homes affected in the area. Also, the church has partnered with the city for the donation drop off center located in the old Sav-A-Lot behind Taco Bell on Creswell Lane. Drop off is available today from 9am-5pm. If you would like to get involved join us today at the Donation Center at 9:30am.