Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Update from Episcopal Relief and Development on response to Japanese calamity

Faith groups mobilize in wake of Japan's worst-ever earthquake

[Episcopal News Service] In the aftermath of Japan's worst earthquake on record and the deepening threat of radiation leaking from the Fukushima nuclear power plants in the north, faith groups and relief agencies around the world are exploring ways to assist through donations, emergency supplies and prayer.
Episcopal Relief & Development said on March 15 that it is sending financial support to the Nippon Sei Ko Kei (NSKK) to help with its initial emergency relief efforts as the Anglican Communion province continues to gather vital information about its impacted dioceses in the north and begins to assess the immediate needs of the church and the wider Japanese community. To read more, click HERE.

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