Disaster Relief is one of the most popular and well-known ministries offered by California Southern Baptist convention, providing Christian love in action by meeting urgent needs of hurting humanity in crisis.
Whether serving a hot meal from our mass feeding unit, clearing a home-site with our cleanup & recovery – after a wildfire or clearing mud from a home after a flood – and most importantly, providing spiritual care and emotional support to disaster survivors, California Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Ministries (CSBDRM) meets those needs with loving care and in a timely manner. CSBDRM has more than 1,500 active, trained volunteers and a fleet of equipment ready for deployment at any moment.
CSBDRM efforts are administered through the CSBC Evangelism & Missions Initiatives Team. At the time of a disaster, CSBDRM coordinates the deployment of volunteers and support equipment to personnel listed on this page are ready to answer your questions.
National efforts are coordinated through the North American Mission Board.
Each year CSBC offers several training events to certify or recertify Disaster Relief volunteers in a number of specialties. Check the list below or click on the links to the right for information or to learn more about becoming a trained volunteer.
|Disaster Relief Training Santee||July 21|
|Disaster Relief Training Mt Shasta||September 29|
|Leaders Roundtable||Nov. 30-Dec. 1|
Disaster Relief Donations
Disaster Relief contributions are gratefully accepted and help meet the needs of people who are in a disaster situation. Gifts are used to underwrite California Southern Baptist Convention's response to natural disasters (hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, etc.) that occur in California, nearby states or mission partnership countries. These response services include the preparation of hot meals for disaster victims who are without basic utility services, cleanup of homes, recovery assistance to victims without insurance resources and transportation for volunteers to affected areas. Your contribution may be used for any current or future disaster response effort.