To New Bethel Church Members & Guests,
We believe in prioritizing all services, events and meetings around your health and safety. Due to the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID- 19) for following updates will go into effect immediately…
Services & Weekday Schedule
All prayer services and bible studies have been adjusted until further notice and many things have moved to a virtual platform. Our auxiliaries are also making major adjustments in regards to future activities and programs. If you would like to be a part of a very small audience during our streaming services throughout the month of June, CLICK HERE!
Each Sunday Service will be determined week by week!
Pentecost Sunday is May 31st! There will be an outside Drive-In Service on this day at 11AM and Elder Kameron Adams will minister the world of God! You may begin parking at 10:30AM.
As the situation evolves, we will share additional changes and updates especially concerning future services here on our website and social media platforms @NewBethelKC
Pastor Brady does not take this situation lightly. He and the NBC Leadership team are in constant communication and prayer to ensure wise decisions are being implemented for your overall health and well being. We must continue to show faith and not fear! GOD IS ABLE!
If you are 65 or older or have a compromised immune system, please allow us to serve you! We have a designated group of volunteers who are willing to assist with grocery lists, picking up medication, running errands or bringing meals. Share your needs by contacting the church office at (913) 281-2002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
During this time of quarantine, we want to continue to make sure our children and youth have resources that are fun, educational and will contribute toward their spiritual development while at home. CLICK HERE to be directed to the Youth & Young Adult Page then click the appropriate age group!
Resources & Information (most recent information on top)
Harvesters will hold food distribution in Wyandotte County on April 30. Food bank will provide food for 1,200 households to help meet increase in need due to COVID-19. Kansas City, MO – Harvesters—The Community Food Network will host a free mobile food distribution in Wyandotte County, Kan. at the site of the former Indian Springs Mall (4601 State Ave, Kansas City, KS 66102) on Thursday, April 30, beginning at 10 a.m. Click on the link below for the official press release.
We are aware that many New Bethel Church members are self employed. Here is the most recent press release that was posted on the Missouri Department of Labor & Industrial Relations. Please click on the link below for more information about the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program.
March 30 through at least April 19 As you may have heard, Kansas is now under a Stay-Home Order for the next few weeks to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. This means everyone should stay at home as much as possible. You should only leave your home for “essential activities” or to work at “essential businesses.” Essential” activities and businesses are those that support health, safety, and basic needs. Under the Stay Home order, you may leave your home to… Get groceries and meals Get essential medical care Pick up necessary medications Get pet food and supplies Get supplies or services to maintain a household Go to a laundromat, dry cleaner, or other laundry service Get gas and repair services for your car Obtain supplies necessary for working from home Care for the elderly, minors, dependents, or people with disabilities Perform work providing essential services at an Essential Business Engage in outdoor activity, such as walking, hiking, or running If we don’t act, the virus can spread very easily. This is why it’s so important for everyone to follow the public health order to stay home. It’s up to all of us protect the health of our community. Learn more at wycokck.org/COVID-19 or by calling 3-1-1 Stay home, stay safe!
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- COVID-19 overview and resources 4 10 2020
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Governor Kelly issues Executive Order to help meet surging demand for unemployment benefits for workers affected by COVID-19
Executive Order 20-17 will draw down millions in federal stimulus dollars to cope with record demand
Today Governor Laura Kelly signed Executive Order 20-17 to ensure Kansas can draw down millions in federal dollars under the federal CARES Act.
The federal stimulus will expand unemployment insurance to include self-employed, 1099-independent contractors, gig and low-wage workers who can no longer work because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The agreement also increases weekly benefits for all unemployed workers by $600 a week for up to four months.
“Certain provisions of Kansas employment security law will impede Kansas’ ability to draw down millions in federal funds for unemployment insurance programs,” Kelly said. “This order will allow flexibility to ensure Kansas workers and small business owners can secure the safety and protection that unemployment insurance is designed to provide at times of crisis.”
Executive Order 20-17 makes three, temporary changes to Kansas employment security law:
- The waiting week requirement for unemployment benefits is temporarily waived for all claimants;
- The requirement that Kansans receiving unemployment benefits actively seek work each week is temporarily waived for all claimants to allow Kansans to continue the necessary social distancing practices;
- All Kansas employers, as required by the federal Department of Labor, must notify separated employees if they qualify for unemployment insurance.
“This flexibility will ensure that our Department of Labor can keep up with the surge of unemployment claims our state is experiencing and that Kansas workers and small business owners can secure the safety and protection that unemployment insurance is designed to provide at times of crisis,” Kelly said.
Kelly also addressed the unprecedented volume of calls coming into the Kansas Department of Labor. Just yesterday, the agency received over 877,000 calls to their unemployment line. Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, the agency received an average of 1,100 calls per week.
“Labor Secretary Delia Garcia and her team are working quickly to expand capacity at the call centers,” Kelly said. “They have added phone lines, hired additional employees and are working with employers to speed up the benefit process. The website remains the fastest and most efficient way to file for benefits, but if you must call in, please be patient. This is an incredibly stressful time for everybody, and the Department of Labor is working hard to get applications processed and benefits distributed.”
The executive order can be viewed here: https://governor.kansas.gov/newsroom/executive-orders/
Please visit kdheks.gov/coronavirus for additional virus-related information. Due to the high call volume, Kansans seeking to file for Unemployment Insurance benefits are encouraged to file online at getkansasbenefits.gov.
CLICK HERE for Resourceful Information from the Unified Government of Wyandotte County
Wyandotte County – Stay At Home Order: Covid-19… Now through April, 23rd 2020, stay at home as much as possible! Details and More Information at the link below!
Weighing In is happy to share that Dr. Julian A. Reed from Furman University is providing free access “Walkabouts” to the end of summer. Walkabouts are active video lessons for kids pre-K through 2nd grade. Normally this is a paid service, but they are providing it for free in light of COVID 19 so that kids can remain active at home. Check out more details and sign up here.
March 21st, 2020 – Kansas City metro under stay-at-home order effective Tuesday as coronavirus spreads. CLICK HERE for full article.
Harvesters remains committed to their mission to provide nutritious food to anyone who needs it. Visit Harvesters.org for more information!
Understanding the Basics:
Respond to Myths:
World Health Organization: Myth Busters: https://www.who.int/
CDC Fact Sheets in English, Spanish and Simplified Chinese: https://www.cdc.gov/
Household Plan of Action in English and Spanish: https://
Coronavirus information translated to 26 languages (scroll to bottom for translations): https://
Coronavirus Public Health Recommendations translated to 15 languages (scroll to bottom, on the right of screen): https://www.
Information about the homeless population and COVID-19: http://
World Health Organization videos for the general public: https://www.who.int/
John Hopkins Global Tracking website: https://www.arcgis.com/apps/
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