Posts tagged with ‘Ellicott City’

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EC Flood Response – 2016 Summary

by Metanoia Church

The Ellicott City community is now almost 5 months away from the devastating July 30, 2016 flood. Significant progress has been made in recovery efforts by Howard County Government, Metanoia, and others involved in recovery work in the business district and residential districts (“West End”) of Main Street. This update includes information on Metanoia and Southern […]

Ellicott City’s Midnight Madness

by Metanoia Church

We are excited that Historic Ellicott City is recovering from the devastating flood of July 30th and will be holding Midnight Madness this Friday, December 2 from 4pm-Midnight. You can find more details on what the city is doing here: This annual event is an opportunity to kick off holiday shopping and promote the stores and […]

EC Flood Response Update – August 17

by Metanoia Church

It has been almost 3 weeks since the deadly flash flood hit Ellicott City on July 30. A lot of structures and systems are now set in place and there is greater clarity with regard to what short term relief and long term recovery will involve. 1. Where are we as the Ellicott City community with regard to EC […]

EC Flood Response Update – August 4

by Metanoia Church

As the week progressed, flood response efforts began to coalesce and become clear at a County level. Additionally, Metanoia is in the midst of helping form a faith-based, grassroots effort for long-term flood response. Much progress has been made in clearing debris along Main Street and further up the hill in the west end area of […]

EC Flood Response Update – August 2

by Metanoia Church

God is at work and some amazing things are happening in the wake of the horrible flooding this past weekend. This is an update on what has happened to date, and how you can get involved. Please spread the word. God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not […]

Government and Civic Relief Assistance

by Metanoia Church

If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please contact the County and State Government assistance programs already in place. Information below. 1. Many in our community lost their cars during the worst of the flood. For those who were separated from their vehicle during the flood, Police have made Centennial High School the […]