There are ways you can still serve even in the midst of COVID-19

  • Art of Neighboring

    Download this BLOCK MAP and fill it in with the names of your neighbors right around you.  Place it somewhere you will see it as a reminder to pray for them by name.  Don't know their names?  Make a point to simply learn the name of just one of your neighbors this week.  For some great ideas of how to neighbor while social distancing click here

  • Nextdoor

    Nextdoor is a social networking app used to give people a way to better support one another and help coordinate aid between those in need. Add yourself to the map, detail the errands you can run or other sort of assistance you can provide – like offering a daily check-in phone call, delivering groceries or picking up prescriptions.

  • Drive Thru Prayer

    In Jeremiah 29:7, Jeremiah writes to the exiles to seek the welfare of the city where God has placed them, because in its welfare, they would have welfare.  We are inviting you to take a drive through our city stopping at strategic points along the way to pray for our church, our community, our nation, and our world using our DRIVE THRU PRAYER GUIDE.  

  • UNITE714

    This initiative seeks to unite churches, pastors, leaders, and individuals across the globe to pray for a miraculous healing of our lands from the coronavirus and a spiritual awakening among the nations.  View this weeks prayer hereJOIN THE MOVEMENT.

    If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. (2 Chronicles 7:14)

  • Elizabethtown COVID-19 Match Program

    Love your neighbor during COVID-19! Are you under 60 & willing to be matched with someone with high risk factors? Once a match is made, coordinate with your match to delivery essential supplies like food and prescriptions, and to check-in by phone or electronically.  Interested in helping? Need of a match? Fill out this form.

  • Feeding America

    Donate! Sadly, we can no longer volunteer because of COVID19 risks. This means that FA is doing lots more transportation & they are great in need of $$.  $1 buys 8 meals.  Any gift helps (270-735-1407).

  • Meal Delivery

    Hardin County School system is supplying meals to the elderly. DONATE, $3/lunch, by going to >support >donate. TAKE meals to elderly by meeting at New Highland Elementary School Mon ~ Fri, between 11am - 1pm.  For details, donations, and to volunteer, click senior meals

  • Helping Hand of Hope

    Helping Hand is seeing an influx of needs from clients they serve.  Items can be dropped off at Helping Hand.  Here is a list of items needed: gloves, masks, toilet paper, baby wipes, water, hand soap, hand sanitizer, body soap, tooth paste, cleaning supplies, thermometer, tuna, peanut butter, crackers, cereal, juice, etc.

  • I can help

    Now more than ever is the time to reach out to our neighbors.  Consider downloading this card to print off, fill out with your info, and give to your neighbors as an offer of help during this time:  I CAN HELP


    Mission Hope is providing meals to the at-risk kids they minister to who are home from school. NEEDED: boxes of oatmeal packets, cereal, granola, cereal bars, jellies & jams, peanut butter, brownie & cookie box mixes, canned meat, canned soups, cans or bags of fruit, pasta hamburger helper, pasta sauce, utter packages, loaves of bread, gallons of milk. 

  • Orphan Care Alliance

    OCA offers ways for the local church to come alongside vulnerable children and families.  OCA Gateway connects people to the needs of vulnerable children and families in their community. It is a simple and easy for everyone to do something to care for needs in their community.  When crisis strikes and circumstances become overwhelming many of us turn to relatives or friends for support. Yet, for some families, due to poverty and social isolation, this is not an option. That’s where OCA Safe Harbor steps in. Using a team approach, Safe Harbor wraps around vulnerable families, giving them connection and stability to move forward through tough circumstances.

  • Encourage Front-Line Workers

    Reach out to the employees in the medical field and first responders. Many are working around the clock caring for patients and responding to needs. Consider sending care packages and notes to thank them and let them know you’re praying for them.

  • We Care

    Check in on seniors, single moms, students, and anyone who may need a listening ear and talk through things with.  Many seniors are being confined to their rooms in nursing homes. Get your kids involved in making cards and putting together activity bags to encourage residents during this time. (If possible ask for names of the residents during this time to make it personal.)  Find simple acts of kindness to show others you care.