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Hurricane Preparedness

Scripture tells us in 2 Timothy 1:7, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”

In short, this webpage was designed, not out of fear but of a sound mind. Its intention is to resource our community with trusted information to best prepare for Florida’s annual Hurricane Season.

Hurricane Season

Hurricane Season is classified as the distinct time of year (June 1-November 30) where storms, such as tropical depressions or hurricanes, are more likely to develop. For Floridians, this is a very normal thing to be prepared for, and includes stocking up on essentials to last for seven days. Linked below is a recommended Hurricane Supply Checklist.

Hurricane Supply Checklist

Shelter Information

In the event of a storm, Orange County provides shelters to help individuals and families respond to and recover from natural disasters. Shelters are available for Central Floridians who have been evacuated from their homes, for those who live in low-lying areas, and for others seeking shelter from a storm. Shelters are alcohol, drug and weapon free.

Local Shelter Information

Make a Plan

Steps for Planning

Get Your Home Ready

Home Preparations

Stay Informed

Weather Updates

Take Action

When to Evacuate

Faith Assembly Updates

In the event of any circumstances that would be compromising to the safety of the congregation, Faith Assembly will use this platform to make an official statement announcing any cancellations or modifications to services and programming.

As in the past, should all official shelters reach capacity, Faith Assembly will contingently open up its doors as a “Shelter of Last Resorts.”

When local authorities deem it is safe for individuals to leave their homes, Faith Assembly has plans to mobilize volunteers and resources to assist the community with relief efforts.

Note: We are not a news source. For official weather updates and local guidelines, please use the resources provided above.