Give Help—living as the church during COVID-19

Mar 27, 2020

As our body faces new challenges and uncertainty, we want you to know that your pastors and deacons are available to minister to you when you need help, as well as connect you to others in need of help. Below we have outlined ways you can step up to help the people of our church who have lost jobs, are sick, or are at a higher risk in this season of COVID-19. 



We expect that during this time our members and broader church body will need more help than ever. We are committed to providing as much care as we can to our church body—but we need your help. 

Here are some ways you can serve:

  • Serve at-risk groups by shopping for essentials.
  • Take families in need a meal, groceries, or other essential items.
  • Do you have a skill or ability that would serve our people? Let us know.

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The other way you can serve during this time would be to give to our Benevolence Fund. This fund will be used for people in our church who need financial assistance, like help buying groceries, paying a rent or mortgage payment due to a lost job, or receiving medical care.

In the past, we've only received into our Benevolence Fund during our Christmas Eve services, but we are now opening this up so that you can give directly, alongside our General Fund.

Give online


In our city, there are many amazing organizations that are already up and running providing meals and essentials to vulnerable groups. To help you get started, these four organizations are serving the poor, elderly, children, and refuges in our city and are in need of resources and people.

REFUGE KC: Serve refugees

Oddly Correct at Westport Road and Main will be accepting donations of rice (preferably not instant), diapers, and wipes to deliver to RefugeKC. To learn more about RefugeKC visit here.

FREEDOM FIRE: Serve the poor & at-risk families

Drop off care packages for at-risk children, families, and the homeless. For more information visit here.

SHEPHERDS CENTER: Serve the elderly

Shepherd's Center is currently looking for individuals to help deliver meals to their elderly clients. To learn more and apply to volunteer check out the need here.

MISSION SOUTHSIDE: Serve the poor & at-risk families 

Drop off care packages for at-risk children, families, and the homeless. For more information visit here.

Of course, there are hundreds of other amazing organizations. If you're interested in seeing what other opportunities there are to serve Kansas City at this time, we've compiled a list of organizations and ways you can serve below. 

Check out other ways to serve



We are eager to partner with you in prayer. Each prayer request will be sent to a pastor and they will commit to pray for you throughout this season. Our prayer ministers will also be available to pray with you over the phone or FaceTime if you want someone to pray with you. Tell us how to pray for you here.

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