Faith Based Harvey Relief Resources

A Homeland Security Institute report issued in December 2006 states: “It was neighborhood congregations….the local fabric of America—that appeared to have carried the day to a great degree.” The same was true in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike in 2008. That’s because the church is the heart of its community, and our highest common denominator is Jesus. We were made for adversity because we were made to be the peacemakers in the midst of the storms. We were made to be the ones who bring hope in the midst of despair.

Somebody Cares America

The Salvation Army of Greater Houston

Samaritan’s Purse

Texas Baptist Men Disaster Relief

Houston Area Pastor Council

Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston – Harvey Relief

Second Baptist Church – Harvey Relief Ministries

Houston’s First Baptist Church – Harvey Relief Ministries

Grace Community Church/The Woodlands – Harvey Relief Ministries

Hope City Church

Sugar Creek Baptist Church – Harvey Relief Ministries

Katy Disaster Response

Who We Are

Houston Area Pastor Council was founded in 2003 by a group of thirteen pastors as a interdenominational, inter-racial coalition of senior pastors who came together to bring a united, Biblical voice to the city, state and even nation. We have grown to over 200 senior pastors in the greater Houston area as well as assisted in developing Pastor Councils in Austin, Beaumont, Sacramento, Virginia Beach and other cities around the country, birthing the identity of U.S. Pastor Council and Texas Pastor Council to connect those teams of pastors.

Pastors, if your church was flooded or damaged by Hurricane Harvey
and/or you need assistance for your church families, please complete
this form and our rapid response team will connect you with a partnering
church or faith-based disaster assistance resources.


Membership provides the ability to consult with your peers, and attend events with phenomenal speakers talking about issues that affect all of us. You’ll have access to resources to help your ministry. Be part of a local coalition of churches in your area.

Form a Council

Form a local pastor council in your area. One pastor’s voice is strong. Many pastors’ voices can make change and make it quickly. Every day we see religious liberty being attacked. With a coalition of pastors, there is an army to fend off those attacks.

Pastors in the News

Pastor’s Corner


    Special Op Ed by Hood County Pastor Council You may have noticed lately that there’s been an increase in the number of articles and letters to the Editor in this newspaper about our public school system. We even heard recently from the Granbury School Superintendent discouraging yet again the idea of school choice and lamenting their never-ending scarcity […]

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