We have set-up this landing page to share important links that will help all of us stay informed even as we operate out of faith and not fear.
Until public gatherings are allowed again, our services will be streamed online at 4:00 pm Sundays on our Facebook page. Please note that a Facebook account is not required to view the service.
Helpful Information & Links
Food assistance is available to residents in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools and organizations across Delaware County are providing grab and go meals to residents in need. This interactive map gives locations and information about food assistance.
More food resources can be found here
Help from DelCo for senior citizens: “During the COVID-19 pandemic, The County of Delaware Services for the Aging (COSA) and Community Transit are partnering to offer seniors an alternative to in-person grocery shopping. Community Transit drivers are available to get grocery lists and payment from seniors and shop and deliver their items. Seniors can stay safely in their homes. The cost of the shopping and delivery will be subsidized by COSA. To contact Community Transit for this service, please call 215-900-2519 or email GroceryDropOff@CTDelco.org“
On July 1, Dr. Rachel Levine, the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health, expanded on the mask-wearing order from April. Under the new order face masks now must be worn in most cases whenever anyone leaves home.
Upper Darby School District. Regular updates from the superintendent and school board.
Also consider registering for the DelcoAlert notification system which alerts residents of updates and emergencies: www.delcopa.gov/delcoalert/delcoalert.html
Center for Disease Control. Extensive informationa about the disease and response from national experts on infection diseases.
PANDEMIC MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
PMAP was created through funding under the CARES Act to aid in foreclosure prevention by providing emergency assistance in the form of a grant on behalf of Pennsylvania homeowners who are at least 30 days delinquent in their monthly mortgage payments. Delinquencies must be due to job loss or reduced work hours and wages as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. All grants are subject to the availability of funds. Click here for a fact sheet.
PECO (electric and gas) has several programs in place to keep your service on and/or restore it during this crisis. See this page on their website for more information.