Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have devastated so many in Texas, Florida, and the Caribbean, even as Maria makes another landfall.

First and foremost, we believe in the power of prayer, and we ask our church family to lift up all those affected by this hurricane disaster.

Secondly, one of the best ways you can serve those impacted is by donating to the disaster relief efforts. Your donations will help provide the necessary supplies and resources to help communities in the US and overseas begin to rebuild their lives and communities.

There are many ways to donate, and we have included two specific organizations below.

Wildwood Church Disaster Relief Fund

We are currently planning to send a team to assist in the disaster relief effort. The destination is still to be determined, but the team will rely on our Disaster Relief Fund for resources and materials.

You can give to the fund online simply by selecting it from the list of available online giving funds. Otherwise, simply write your check to Wildwood Church and include “Disaster Relief” in the memo line.

Click here to give to our Disaster Relief Fund.

If you are interesting in joining a disaster relief team, contact Pastor Todd Veleber at

Mission North America

Mission North America (MNA) is the national mission arm of our PCA denomination, and they have mobilized teams to bring relief to devastated communities throughout the southeastern US.

Hurricane Irma

Learn more about the MNA Irma relief effort here.

Donate to the MNA Hurricane Irma fund.

Hurricane Harvey

Learn about MNA’s relief efforts in Texas

Donate to the MNA Hurricane Harvey fund

Samaritan’s Purse

Samaritan’s Purse is also bringing relief to both the US and the island nations throughout the Caribbean severely impacted by Irma.

Hurricane Irma

Learn what Samaritan’s Purse is doing to bring relief in the US and overseas.

Donate to the Samaritan’s Purse Hurricane Irma fund

Hurricane Harvey

Learn what Samaritan’s Purse is doing in Texas

Donate to the Samaritan’s Purse Hurricane Harvey fund