First In - Last Out

Our goal in United Methodist Disaster Response is to provide a caring, Christian presence to the survivors of disaster and to do so as completely as possible.

The United Methodist Church has the reputation of being the “first in and the last out” after natural disasters, and it is our goal to nurture that reputation, and to ensure that we maintain it as best we can. Whether you are interested in finding out how you can volunteer, how you can better prepare your family or church, are interested in donating to help others, or need to seek help from our connected system in the United Methodist Church, hopefully you can find the answers here. We are here to serve the people within the Capital District, as well as those throughout the state of Texas, and across the United States.

Jim Street

Capital District Disaster Response Coordinator

Latest Updates

6/22/18 - Teams needed to help with flooding in the Valley - For more info and to register your team, go to - There are still 75+ homes in Victoria County that need ERT work. Register yoyur availability online at - Recruit long-term recovery teams now for the fall of 2018 through Spring of 2019 - Go HERE for more info