Emergency Response Team (ERT)


ERT Kentucky Response

UMCOR is building and accepting flood, hygiene, and feminine buckets for Kentucky. Saturday workdays will be scheduled on their website. Groups from Concord could build these buckets according to step by step instructions below:

Deliver any UMCOR Hygiene Kits to MERCI, 674 Community Drive, Goldsboro NC 27530

instructions: https://umcmission.org/umcor-hygiene-kit/


Make and deliver to MERCI, UMCOR Menstrual Hygiene Kits: https://umcmission.org/umcor-menstrual-hygiene-kit/


Join the Concord Team!


ERT is an Emergency Response Team who's purpose is to provide a caring, christian presence in the aftermath of a natural disaster.


Volunteers give hope to families displaced by hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, freezes & other disasters. While this is not a first respondents organization, we stand ready to accompany communities in need of recovery.


Our trained and certified team assists in recovery and damage control efforts by performing many tasks such as removing debris, damaged sheet-rock and flooring, as well as downed trees. Other damage control tasks include cleaning, sorting, organizing and salvaging personal belongings/materials while offering a listening ear to those directly affected by these disasters.


Volunteers power our disaster response effort so the success of our mission relies on people like you and me!

To learn more about how you can get involved in the Concord ERT mission please contact Greg at ert@concordchurchrox.org.

Click here for the Disaster Ministries ERT Training


~ latest activity ~

Concord ERT team had a great workday at the schoolhouse in Virgilina, for My Life Matters. Greg Grabbs, Kirk Puckett, Kirk Oden, Tanner Oden and Karl Neuschaefer replaced large 6+ foot windows. This job required a great amount of communication, safety planning, and trim work. Most importantly the fellowship exceeded the hard work!


ERT Team in Canton, NC September 17-19, 2021

click here to see mission photos

2022 Window

replacement

at My Life Matters

Virgilina School