Below you will see what some of our churches are doing and ministries to assist you during this virus crisis:
Franklin Crossroads and Gilead have sponsored a "Go Fund Me" page. You may donate to this page and know that your donations will go to assist those in need. (270-862-4825, https://www.gofundme.com/f/hr89kd-corona-virus-assistance?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet&fbclid=IwAR2qCtHvPTAnn1gYbgDv_56XBiTLOjX7NTqhwIZ-kXinlQGvjKGVTYA1zKs)
Blue Ball Baptist (1501 Blueball Church Road, Elizabethtown, 270-763-2831), Immanuel Baptist (800 Rhodes Drive, Elizabethtown, 270-765-6516), and Rineyville Baptist (5629 Rineyville Road, Rinevyville, 270-737-7361) sponsor Food Pantries. Please call these churches for additional information and schedule to get food.
Cecilia Baptist has a Hope House every Thursday that offers food from noon to 2:00 pm for those living in the Cecilia and Howevally community. They are also reaching out to the local schools to minister to them. Please review their Facebook Page for additional information. (270-862-4228)
Franklin Crossroads (4695 Hardinsburg Road, Cecilia, 270-862-4825) and Stithton Baptist (95 Park Ave. Radcliff, 270-358-6055), will host drive-in Sunday morning services. Please contact them for additional information.
The Valley Creek Baptist Church's Mission Team has formed a Special Response Team to help meet the needs of community members who may need groceries or other necessities during this time. We want to show the love of Jesus, share the good news of Jesus, and love our neighbors well during this time. Special Response Team members are being trained on guidelines and procedures that will protect them and those we are serving. Here’s how you can help at this time:
If you or someone you know is unable to get out and need help getting necessities like groceries, call the church office at (270) 737-9282 during regular office hours. After office hours, call Mike Hulsey at (270) 737-6535. When you call, we will need the name, address, phone number, and need of those who need assistance.
Keep checking in with those who are most at risk due to age or other risk factors. Some may have physical needs we can meet, but many will be encouraged to hear from a familiar voice.
Pray for the members of the Special Response Team and those who will be served.
As needs come in, each need will be matched with one of our team members who will go to the door of the home, pick up a list of needs and money to pay for those needs, and then return with those supplies. Again, those team members are being trained on ways to protect themselves and those we are serving. If you would like to be a part of this team as needs increase, please email email@example.com