Church of South India appeals for help in responding to devastating floods

Posted Aug 14, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] At least 39 people are now known to have died as unprecedented torrential rains causes severe flooding in parts of Kerala, India. The six dioceses of the Church of South India are already active in relief work. The church is urging “all the Christian organizations in India [and] sister churches to express their solidarity and proactively engage in the relief work, which will be a great support they can extend to the Keralites in this time of calamity.” The Anglican Alliance, which helps to coordinate the work of Anglican relief agencies around the world, is planning a conference call to organize international support.

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