List of Ike-damaged churches

The following is a list (not exhaustive) of churches the TEXAN could determine were damaged in Hurricane Ike. To volunteer to help or to adopt a church, contact the SBTC office. For rebuild questions, call Jim Richardson toll-free at 877-953-7282 or jrichardson@sbtexas.com. To adopt a church or to provide financial aid, contact Mike Smith toll-free at 877-953-7282 or msmith@sbtexas.com.

Tryon Evergreen Baptist Association
Northridge, Conroe: Broken water heater/flooding.
Oak Shade, Cleveland: Damage.
Rainbow, Rye: Clean up, needs 15 passenger van; electrical-general; construction-partial reconstruction of church needed.

Trinity River Baptist Association
FBC Dayton: Limited damage.
FBC High Island: Damage to church and parsonage.
Calvary, Liberty: Some damage to their church building; new roof being added.
First, Daisetta: Minor damage.

Gulf Coast Baptist Association
Jones Creek Baptist, Jones Creek: Work has begun on repairs through insurance.

Galveston Baptist Association
San Leon Community Church, San Leon: Church, education building and parsonage all received major damage. Need rebuilt education building and three to four months help in supporting pastor.
FBC Port Bolivar: Church destroyed. Needs to be guttedto try to save some walls; parsonage is gone. Needs a mud-out crew and a partner church.
Crystal Beach Community Church: Merged with FBC Crystal Beach.FBC Crystal Beach had some damage. Needs a partner church.
Central Baptist, Galveston: Water, roof damage. Needs a church to partner with.
University, Galveston: Minor damage. Needs a partner church.
West End, Galveston: Severe damage.
Anchor Baptist, Kemah: Churchwindows blown out; pastor’s books and computer lost.

Golden Triangle Baptist Association
Cove Baptist Church, Orange: Church had major damage.
Fellowship Baptist Church, Bridge City: Major cleanup and repair needs to church. Pastor has financial needs.
FBC Bevil Oaks: Major damage.
FBC Bridge City: Cleanup, maybe financial help.
FBC Hamshire: Brick wall on worship center damaged
FBC Stowell: Water damage to gym.
FBC Vidor: Major water damage.
FBC West Orange: Damage sustained.
Ridgewood Baptist, Port Arthur: general damage.
Liberty Baptist Church, Bridge City: Water damage.
Second Baptist Church, Bridge City: Major damage.

Southern Baptists of SE Texas
FBC, Gilchrist: Total loss. FBC Gilchrist might not rebuild because the damage was so extensive.

San Jacinto Association
Baker Road, Baytown: Roof damage, sanctuary flooded; must gut sanctuary/education building.
Baptist Temple, Baytown: Water damage in entrance to building.
Bayshore, La Porte: Outside damage; water damage in sanctuary.
Cedar Bayou, Baytown: Water damage.
Communidad, Crosby: Roof damage.
Memorial, Channelview: Minor damage, need new roof on education building.
Second Baptist, Highlands: Steeple gone, sanctuary flooded, roof damage.

South Texas Baptist Association
Highlands Baptist, Highland: Water damage. Might need some help.
Antioch Baptist, Houston: Roof and water damage. Might need some support.
Farrington Baptist Church, Houston: Water damage.

Union Baptist Association
(The following reported moderate to severe damage.)
Calvary Korean Baptist Church, Houston
Humble area’s First Baptist
Iglesia Cristiana Bautista Eben-Ezer
Korean FBC, Pasadena
New Life Community Church
Second Baptist, Houston

(A list of affiliated churches and their contact information is available online at sbtexas.com. Click the affiliated churches link.)

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