Racial injustice has created civil unrest unlike anything we’ve seen for decades. And it’s happening here in our city. These are trying times, and the church must rise to the occasion.
Due to the pandemic and the result of racial injustice and civil unrest, there are various food insecurity needs in our city. Our church and our partners are prepared to serve our community in the coming week, but this won’t be over in a week. We need non-perishable canned goods on-hand to deliver to our neighbors and partners.
We will accept any of these items. We don’t need all six together. Bring what you can find and afford.
Who can participate?
We need everyone! Anyone in our city who wants to love the ‘Ville during these trying times should participate.
We will continue to assess the needs of our neighbors and partners real-time.
Out of town or want to give finacially?
As always, you can make a generous donation to the Love the ‘Ville Church and our work in the community online – https://www.necchurch.org/give. Designate your gift to “COVID-19”. Money designated here will go to helping those in need as a result of this pandemic and racial injustice.
A Prayer for the Sick & Vulnerable
God, give those who are sick and vulnerable:
Do you need help? Contact us through our Love the ‘Ville Resource-Line. We are committed to continuing to support and love our city through this crisis.
A Prayer for Government Officials:
God, give our government leaders:
Here is a list of some of our local leaders you can pray for by name.
|– Governor Andy Beshear
– Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman
– Acting Secretary of Cabinet for Health & Family Services Eric Friedlander
– Commissioner of Public Health Dr. Steven Stack
|– Mayor Greg Fischer
– Louisville Forward Chief Mary Ellen Wiederwohl
– Chief of Community Building Vincent James
– Director of Louisville Metro Department of Public Health Dr. Sarah Moyer
A Prayer for Healthcare Professionals:
God, give our healthcare workers:
A Prayer for Our Church
Northeast Family, time to be the church! We need you to take Love the ‘Ville into your own hands and unleash the love! We are asking you to take the Love ‘Ville Resource-Line to your neighbors, friends, and loved ones. Watch the video above if you want the full explanation from Tyler or skip the chit-chat and read the instructions below.
Download the social media graphics or flyer for whatever you may need.
No strings attached, even if you don’t come to church on Sundays or ever become a Stakeholder, we want you to know we are here for you.
We offer several ways for you to receive care and support.
Call the Love The ‘Ville resource line 502-294-7070 between 8am and 6pm. One of our trained pastors will do their best to help find a solution to your need. Or fill out the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. For more information regarding COVID-19 and how the state of Kentucky is handling it, please visit kycovid19.ky.gov.
Due to COVID-19 the government is:
To apply online – www.kcc.ky.gov
To apply by phone – 502-875-0442 (Please be patient, they are receiving a lot of phone calls)
Please fill out the form if you know of businesses for immediate hire:
Northeast has made the decision to be online only this weekend. Church online only! And we have other opportunities for you to be with us!