Ways you can help

This Saturday, we are not formally gathering people to send out from our church building, but we would like to see some of our Stonepoint family gather at the Fair Grounds or Fruitvale Schools to serve together this Saturday at 9am. 

Regardless of who, where, and when you serve, anyone and everyone that would like to serve in the county is encouraged to check in at either the Van Zandt County Fair Grounds off of Highway 64 or Fruitvale Schools off of Highway 80 and they will disperse you to a job site if you don't already have a family or friends that you plan to partner with this weekend.

Here is the Volunteer Intake and Release form for you to fill out.  You can print and complete the form and take it with you to the Fair Grounds or Fruitvale Schools before you serve or simply get one on arrival. Once you complete the form, they will give you a wristband and this ensures that homeowners and citizens affected by the tornadoes get federal and state funding for your volunteer hours and that you don't get removed from a job site for not having the wristband.

We all have friends, family, church members, and acquaintances that need our help, so we ask that you network with others to find a good place to serve or simply rely on the Volunteer Intake Center to place you.  Also, if you are a homeowner or know one affected by the storms, have them complete the Homeowner Assistance Form and get them back to the same locations.

Thank you for your faithfulness in following God's direction in helping those affected by the storms. The Stonepoint Church family is an example for all in our area of how to show Christ's love to a hurting community. Almost a week into the tornado event, we realize that there is plenty of work to still be accomplished in and across Van Zandt County. We are making a difference in our county and will continue to do so.

Lastly, please make plans to join us this Sunday as we address  "How to Care for People in the Midst of Crisis", and our future response to storm victims.