We are a week into the recovery efforts from this devastating flood, and it’s hard to conceive all that has happened.

Together, in one week’s time, over 2,000 people volunteered to gut, clean and dry out 176 homes. In just a few days we have prepared, packaged and delivered 14,200 meals. Although many have lost so much, it’s incredible to see how people all across the Acadiana area have answered the call to help. We’ve seen people gain relationships, hope, and trust in the local church. #WeWillBeTheChurch has been all over social media, connecting all of these efforts and the stories they represent.

IMG_9650We will continue to send volunteers into homes all next week from 9-5pm. If you are still in need of help, we are here for you. Click here to get in touch. If you would like to help serve click here.

Today is Sunday, and now we have an opportunity to worship together, the way we have served together all week. Join us today for service at any of our locations listed below.

Broussard Campus: 9am and 11am

Lafayette Campus: 9am, 11am, and 5pm

Midtown Campus: 9am and 11am

Opelousas Campus: 9am and 11am

Helpful Documents

We’ve compiled a list of documents that will be helpful to you for cleaning out your home, dealing with FEMA, and other issues related to the flood.
Helpful Documents

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If your organization would like to help, you can give online here or fill out this form to communicate what you can provide.

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If you would like to help, please fill out this form, text “flood” to 662-200-4303, or stop by an Our Savior’s Church location.

Donations & Distributions

Multiple Donation and/or Distribution Centers are open for supplies around our area. Click below for more information on times and directions.  Donations & Distribution Items Needed

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