Unprecedented circumstances call for extraordinary love. Here at Cove Church, we’re committed to doing all we can to help our community as well as both our global and local mission partners endure this pandemic. Together, our leadership and our staff are working diligently to implement creative and effective solutions to the needs we’re being made aware of. Please use the resources provided below to learn more about getting help with a need, donating goods or services, or making a financial contribution.
More Ways You Can Help
Donate money to The CARE Center
To support students and hourly workers who are not able to draw a paycheck at the moment, The CARE Center is seeking monetary donations towards their crisis/financial assistance fund and Bags of Blessings program. These donations can be made by mailing a check made payable to The CARE Center to P.O. Box 51, New Hope, AL 35760 or via their website at www.thecare-center.org. Choose "Donate Now" from the menu and earmark your donation accordingly.
Food Pantry Donations
Both campus locations of Cove Church are accepting donations for local food pantries. To contribute, simply drive through the portico and drop off donations between 9 and 11am on Wednesday or Saturday mornings from now until April 6. All donations will directly benefit local families. Especially needed items include canned soups,canned meat,cereal powdered milk, Ensure (protein drinks), soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush, toilet paper, diapers,baby formula, peanut butter and jelly, noodles and spaghetti sauce, and ramen.
Lincoln Village Ministry
Lincoln Village Ministry serves the inner-city of Huntsville by educating, sheltering, comforting and equipping local children and families. Economic impacts of Covid-19 threaten the livelihoods and stability of Lincoln Village families. Donations are needed to help supply gift cards that will be used to purchase household essentials. Please note that you are donating a gift card in the memo section of the donation form.
The CARE Center’s Bags of Blessings Ministry
Healthy volunteers who do not fall within high-risk populations for coronavirus (elderly or immunocompromised individuals) are needed to make food deliveries to local children. Bags of Blessings is a weekend food security program that provides meal packs to children who have been identified and approved through The CARE Center’s application process. Volunteers interested in filling this need who do not have a background check on file with Cove Church will be required to complete that process. Additionally, all approved volunteers will need to deliver with another adult.
New Hope Children's Clinic
The New Hope Children's Clinic needs volunteers who are willing to provide transportation to client families who have appointments at the clinic.
Reach out to your neighbors
Reach out to individuals in your neighborhood who might need help during this time. You can download and print this flyer to offer help while maintaining recommended distance. Thank you for demonstrating love to people who may need it right now.
In an effort to protect the health and safety of our community, our face-to-face Sunday morning services are suspended until further notice. We will continue to offer an interactive online worship experience on our app, at Covechurch.live and on our Facebook page.