There are many ways this disease has impacted our nation and community--from those who are sick, to those on the frontlines who are treating the sick, to those whose lives have been disrupted by this pandemic, and to those who incomes and livelihoods have been diminished or even eliminated. As a church family we know there are those who are able to help and those who need assistance. We want to provide an opportunity for both to happen here.
Our COVID-19 Assistance Fund can help with:
mortgage or rent | utilities | groceries | medication delivery | other financial obligations
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You can use this form to share specific prayer requests or email your request to email@example.com.
To help others at this challenging time, you can give to the COVID-19 Assistance Fund. You may give online or designate a gift you send in the mail or in other forms of giving. Gifts to this fund will provide meaningful financial help to those who are experiencing unprecedented hard times due to losing their jobs when their employers had to close or being laid off while their employer goes on hiatus.
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Our Hope in Hard Times webpage highlights resources in the church and community to help financial, health, unemployment issues.
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The Caring Network—Donations for babies (diapers, clothes, toys, etc.), cleaning products
Englewood Family Outreach—Volunteer friendship partners
Naomi’s House—Monetary donations appreciated
Outreach Community Ministries—Donations of non-perishables, grocery delivery volunteers, tutors
PADs—Donations of non-perishables
Re:New Project—Donations of gift cards (grocery, pharmacy), shop the online store
Repeat Boutique—Now open, clothing donations and volunteers
South Asian Friendship Center—Donations of non-perishables, especially rice, beans and oil
World Relief—Donations of non-perishables, gift cards (grocery, pharmacy)
Please also partner in prayer with our local evangelists, asking that God's Word would continue go forth powerfully: