Plymouth Brethren RRT

Members of the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church since its earliest days have been involved in supporting and serving local communities.

The Rapid Relief Team (RRT) has been formed by the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church (PBCC) to more efficiently coordinate support for local communities globally.

Plymouth Brethren RRT Food Stop

The RRT mission statement is; “Supporting Local Communities in Times of Need.

It is manned by volunteers, a high proportion of which are young men and women ready to sacrifice time, energy and money to serve their local communities indiscriminately in times of need.

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The main focus is but not limited to; catering for emergency crews, providing food and support for the community.  Some of these events and testimonials have been loaded to the PBCC websites,https://www.theplymouthbrethren.org/ and https://theplymouthbrethren.org.uk/ .

Pymouth Brethren RRT Food Stop.

Many from all walks of life have experienced RRT assistance and have expressed their sincere gratitude. RRT volunteers consider it a privilege to be involved in a coordinated team effort in this way and take the opportunity to thank all those who have made donations.

Plymouth Brethren RRT Food Stop.

RRT Contact Details

Phone: 1300 858 208

Website: www.rapidreliefteam.org


11 thoughts on “RAPID RELIEF TEAM”

  1. Anna says:

    Well done all of you. Amazing response to such tragedies.

  2. jag says:

    excellent good jobys

  3. Grandad says:

    WELL DONE!!!

  4. WM says:

    Heard about the hurricane St Jude in UK and Europe on Monday. Guess the RRT was out there?

  5. spud says:

    why the change of name – used tobe rapid response, dinnit?

    1. Loot says:

      Think it has it somewhere on this site but if I’m right the reason was that “Rapid Response Team” is usually used by the actual emergency teams, such as the firies, police etc. They changed it to Relief to help prevent confusion between the two, and possibly also because that is actually what the RRT does, gives relief to the Response Teams in the way of food/drink etc. Thus it is a better word use anyway. LMK if this helps or I am wrong at all!

  6. james dean says:

    I agree old bean
    I am in no way a member of the pbcc and I think it is jolly spiffing what you chaps do! 🙂

    1. Fuzzy says:

      Was there RRT support at the 100+ car pile up in Kent today????

    2. Ozy Bob says:

      Yes Fuzzy,
      I’m sure I just saw one of them in the background of a video on the BBC website (wearing a hi-vis jacket, carrying a box)….?!

    3. Teddo says:


      To answer your question we sure were present at the 100+ vehicle pile up in Kent.

      We provided drinks, crisps, doughnuts, muffins, cookies and much more to both victims and the emergency services. We were present from around 11 until late afternoon.

  7. Upbeat says:

    This is amazing – what a fantastic idea.
    You have done some sterling work!
    Keep up the excellent work!

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