As flooding in South Carolina continues to wreak havoc on the state, churches in the area are banding together to serve their neighbors.
One of the largest churches in the state, NewSpring Church started the hashtag #FloodSCWithLove to help organize those wanting to help bring relief.
"We have an opportunity to come together with people in our communities and serve one another by meeting very real, tangible needs in our state," NewSpring's public relations director, Suzanne Swift said.
NewSpring has used its own buildings as a base to deliver supplies to shelters.
First truck loaded up and headed out to #FloodSCWithLove! A photo posted by NewSpring Church (@newspring_church) on Oct 5, 2015 at 12:24pm PDT
First truck loaded up and headed out to #FloodSCWithLove!
A photo posted by NewSpring Church (@newspring_church) on Oct 5, 2015 at 12:24pm PDT
wade into the floodwaters to retrieve a casket.
"If that was my mama or my dad, I would walk through hell or high water. Today it happened to be high water," he said.
The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Charleston, Bishop Guglielmone has asked congregations to donate special offerings to help those in South Carolina who lost their homes and belongings.
"Many people lost homes, cars and other possessions," Bishop Guglielmone said. "The strong spirit of our people in South Carolina and their lively faith will get us through this difficult time and will sustain us."
Find out how you can help here.
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