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South Carolina Team to Serve in Ukraine Crisis

South Carolina Team to Serve in Ukraine Crisis

South Carolina Team to Serve in Ukraine Crisis

A team from South Carolina is scheduled to serve in Romania at the end of May, assisting in the humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine.

A DR team from Missouri serving at the Ukraine border

Six people will make up the South Carolina team. The team leader is Wil Bradham, a member of Georgetown First Baptist. Wil is the Director of Missions for the Southeast Baptist Association and serves on the State Leadership Team for South Carolina Baptist Disaster Relief. He was a missionary in Romania for three years until family health issues made it necessary to return to the US.

Of the team, Wil said, “This is God’s team.” Excitement was evident in his voice as he talked about preparing to go. “Our purpose is to serve the precious people of Ukraine who have found themselves displaced from their homeland, forced to leave their homes and families.” Wil added, “I humbly ask for your prayers as we travel and serve.”

This team will be a part of the ongoing effort, coordinated by Southern Baptists’ Send Relief organization, to provide aid to refugees. The effort includes deploying Southern Baptist Disaster Relief teams to several locations in Romania and Poland.

The teams work with national partners to provide food, shelter, transportation, medical supplies, clothing, childcare, and trauma ministry to those displaced by the crisis. Each team’s particular assignment varies according to their location and the needs there.

Churches and individuals can support this effort through your prayers and through giving, using the buttons below. Thank you for playing a part in sending South Carolina Disaster Relief around the world.

To give, the link below will take you to the SC Baptist Convention’s “Give” page. Choose Individual or Church.  Use the drop-down arrow to choose “Disaster Relief (Where Most Needed).”  Your gifts will be used to help send the relief team to serve Ukrainian refugees and purchase supplies. 


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