Church Which Served As Shelter During Montecito Flooding Hosts Gathering On One Month Anniversary

Feb 9, 2018

Friday marks a month since Southern Santa Barbara County was hit by disastrous flooding, and debris flows which killed 21 people, and left two missing. 

A Montecito church which became an impromptu first aid station and shelter for victims of the disaster is commemorating the day with a non-denominational gathering.

Staff members, neighbors, and even a doctor who lived in the area turned All-Saints-By-The-Sea into a first aid center and an impromptu shelter January 9th.

What’s being called a "gathering of hope and remembrance" will take place at 6:30 Friday night.