Local Group Heads Back to Tornado-Damaged Moore, Oklahoma

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Onto Oklahoma... again.

A group from the Quad Cities is back on the road to Moore, Oklahoma to help with tornado relief efforts.

Around two dozen members from Adventure Christian Community Church in Davenport, Iowa loaded up and headed out after services on Sunday, July 14th, 2013 for the 10-hour road trip.

The group did the same thing back at the end of May after an EF5 tornado tore through the community of Moore, OK. The group collected food donations from the Quad City community and cooked for all the relief workers in Oklahoma.


This time, however, Pastor Tony Liston says their mission is a little different.

"We know right now we're going to be doing some construction," he told News 8. "We're going to be doing some roofing and I already have us slated to work on a single mom's house to do some roof repair for her."

News 8's Denise Hntyka, as well as two News 8 Photographers, traveled with the church group in May. You can watch some of their stories here.

To learn more about the church or help in their efforts, click here.