Further updates - May 28, 2015 8:00 a.m. Central time:
Fr. Mark Telschow of Holy Cross Orthodox Church, Midland, TX reports, "By God's grace and your prayers, our people and temple are fine. Lots of wind and hail but less rain than others. No flooding or damage to the temple or members homes. Thanks be to God. Fr. Robert Weber of Our Lady of Walsingham in Mesquite, TX writes: "Thank you so much for your concern and prayers. Some, in the parish, have sustained minor wind damage but all are safe. Thanks be to God."
Further updates - May 27, 2015 12:00 p.m. Central time:
Fr. George Eber of St. Anthony Church in Tulsa, OK, Fr. Michael Pavez of St. Michael Church in Beaumont, TX and St. John the Divine Church in Lake Charles, LA, and Fr. Jeremy Davis of St. Elijah Church in Oklahoma City, OK all report that their homes, those of their faithful and their church temples are all undamaged by the storms.
Further updates - May 27, 2015 9:00 a.m. Central time:
Fr. Gregory Gibson of St. Silouan the Athonite Church in College Station, TX: "Your Grace: Bless, master! Thanks very much for checking on us. There is plenty of water to go around, and streams and lakes are very full. But so far, I am not aware of any significant flood damage in the immediate vicinity of College Station. There were also tornado warnings, but the local media didn't report any damage here either. Your son in Christ, Priest Gregory"