Chapel members and attenders: Tax Time Help
You can file your taxes for free if you have an AGI of less than $60,000.
Our Benevolence team fills the gap for those in our congregation who are experiencing financial difficulty. We encourage people to come our way when the opportunities present themselves instead of trying to go it alone.
To help give specialized aid and assistance to church members and the surrounding community, we want to emphasize our following economic ministries and stewardship resources:
Financial Counseling Program
Proverbs 15:22 tells us that “plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.” Our Christian financial team of counselors is available to Chapel members and attenders. God has a lot to say about money. Here’s an opportunity to find out more.
- For financial counseling, contact Michele.
- For information regarding financial resources, contact Colleen.
Car Loan Program
Small, low-cost loans for car purchases to help you get to work. Read more.
Got a car that you are ready to get rid of? Consider donating it to The Chapel’s Benevolence Ministry. Looking for cars in good running condition to help those in need of transportation. Donations are tax-deductible.
A site for those seeking employment and for employers to post job openings. Job Connection.
Ohio Benefit Bank
A program designed to help people who have lost income, have low-income, or are experiencing financial hardship. You can also file your taxes for free if you have an AGI of less than $60,000. Read more.
An initiative to post items, services, and needs. Our desire is to empower the church body to give to each other as in Acts 4. Take a look at how it works. Post-It Page.
Food Pantry at the Akron Campus. Read more here if you would like to donate.