MORTGAGE AND RENT PAYMENT ASSISTANCE
In case you or someone you know could use the help right now, the City of Charlotte is partnering with The Housing Partnership to provide MORTGAGE assistance to homeowners who need help with mortgage payments due to COVID-19. Please note that due to limited funding, applications will be approved, and assistance will be provided on a first come, first served basis. Click HERE to learn more.
If you're experiencing a financial hardship with paying your RENT due to COVID-19, the Emergency Rent Assistance Program for the City of Charlotte (ERAP-CLT) may be able to assist you. ERAP-CLT is a partnership between the City of Charlotte and The Housing Partnership. Please note that due to limited funding, applications will be approved, and assistance will be provided on a first come, first served basis. For eligibility requirements and to complete the online application, click HERE. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (704) 351-6382.
REQUEST YOUR ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL BALLOT
Did you know that you may request your absentee-by-mail ballot now? Click here for a printable request form. Complete the form, following the instructions on the back, and mail it to:
Mecklenburg Board of Elections
P.O. Box 31788
Charlotte, NC 28231-1788
Don't forget to sign and date the form! You may also complete an absentee ballot request form on behalf of a voter if you are the voter's verifiable legal guardian or near relative as defined on the form.
Your request will be processed and kept on file at the Board of Elections. Ballots will be mailed out starting on September 4, 2020. Requesting an absentee-by-mail ballot does not obligate you to vote by mail. If you change your mind, just throw away the mail-in ballot and vote in person instead. You may pick up a preprinted absentee ballot request forms at the MCDP headquarters.
LET’S TALK ABOUT IT!
Rev. Stephanie Henderson will provide pastoral, spiritual, and
stress management care during COVID-19. She can be reached at
980-333-9957. Please leave a clear message with your name and
phone number. Your call will be returned promptly. Listen to her
what she has to say about adjusting to life during the COVID-19
Let's Talk About It!
Rev. Stephanie Henderson
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ANTIOCH IS IN PARTNERSHIP with organizations in the community who are on the frontline of helping people during this pandemic (CrossRoads Corp., the Grier Heights Community Center, I AM 24:7). Presently, the Grier Heights Community Center needs donations that can be dropped off at the Grier Heights Community Center Monday-Wednesday from 9am-2pm. Please consider donating: Masks/Sanitizer, Box/non-perishable dinners (Hamburger Helper, Tuna, Boxed Mac and Cheese, etc.), Ramen Noodles, Chef Boyardee, Soup, Canned Vegetables, Juice Boxes/Water, Snacks (fruit cups, chips, cookies, etc.), Gift Cards to local grocery stores (Walmart, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, etc.).
AMBC CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
For the health and safety of all, Antioch Missionary Baptist Church all services, meetings, and other activities are suspended until further notice. Please share with those who do not have access to social media. Please stay home and be safe. Worship service is livestreamed on Facebook live every Sunday morning at 10am.
Please participate as follows
•9:45am - please have corporate prayer with your family
•10am - Attend worship service via Facebook live at
•Pay your tithes and offerings.
The health and safety of everybody is priority. Remember that God is in control of whatever happens, but we must do our part. During these unprecedented times, we ask for your patience and understanding as we adapt to the ever-changing situation. You are urged to follow the advice of the public health community and make informed decisions to protect your health and safety.
Remember to rest in the assurance of the provision and protection of Psalm 23 as we go through the valley of the shadow of this coronavirus.