2021 Western Kentucky tornado

On December 10, 2021, a violent, long-tracked tornado moved across Western Kentucky, producing severe to catastrophic damage in numerous towns, including Mayfield, Princeton, Dawson Springs, and Bremen. Crossing through eleven counties of the Jackson Purchase and Western Coal Field regions during its lifespan, the tornado was exceptionally long-tracked, traveling 165.7 miles (266.7 km) while at times becoming wrapped in rain. It was the deadliest and longest-tracked tornado in an outbreak that produced numerous strong tornadoes in several states; 56 fatalities were confirmed in the tornado. The second significant tornado in an exceedingly long-tracked tornado family, this tornado began just inside northern Obion County, Tennessee, a few miles after another long-tracked EF4 tornado – which traveled through northeast Arkansas, the Missouri Bootheel, and northwest Tennessee – dissipated in western Obion County.

Men's Mission Trip

May 15-21, 2022

This spring the men of our church have an opportunity to partner with Ironman Outdoors to help with tornado relief efforts in Kentucky. If you are a man who has any carpentry skills, plumbing knowledge, electrical expertise, or are simply able to carry a 2x4, then this trip is for you! The only cost involved will be travel expenses to and from Kentucky. If you are interested, then fill out the form below.

Support the Trip

Give to help fund the travel expenses for the men to get to Kentucky. Use the form below and select the "Missions General" sub-fund. Be sure to write a memo in the box to indicate "Kentucky Missions Trip"