Disaster Relief

Beavercreek Baptist Church has been involved with disaster relief efforts for many years. We have taken recovery trips during Katrina, Super Storm Sandy, Hurricane Irma, and others. With the great need in the south we are getting involved.

In August, we sent backpacks and school supplies with the Ohio Disaster Relief childcare unit.

In September 2017 we were asked to take a load of clothing and cleaning supplies to Houston, TX. After Florida was hit we were diverted to Miami, FL. to a warehouse to distribute items in the area. Once we got there we had a conversation with the mayor's office and FEMA and were redirected again. This time we were sent to the Haitian Emmanuel Baptist Church. This church was in need of items to help the Haitian community hit so hard by the hurricane. The items will also be used to combat human trafficking in the area. 

October 28 Pastor Heading will be heading to Puerto Rico for two weeks to work with volunteer teams and local DR processes. Please pray for him and the church as he is gone.

Thank you for your help and support through this project. We will be involved again. We are not sure if we will be in Florida, Texas, Haiti, or Puerto Rico. We coordinate our efforts through Send Relief and the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief.

Please check back here from time to time to see what's next. If you are interested in participating in one of our future mission projects, contact Pastor John at