COVID-19 Care Strategy

Every need in the world is an opportunity for us to be the hands and feet of Christ in the world. That's why, as a church family, we're responding to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis, not by panicking or hiding out of fear, but by serving the people who are most vulnerable.
If you need help, we first want to say that we see you and we care about you! Our goal during this crisis is to serve you and help with your needs as best as we can. If you fall sick or lose your job, please let us know at  
Also, if you find yourself in the place where you need financial assistance. Below are a few steps to take if you come into financial difficulty.  
  1. Use the Govt. Stimulus Check Wisely & Get Financial Coaching: A growing number of people in our nation have lost their jobs or have had significant cuts to the number of hours they can work. If you’re relying on an emergency fund,  savings, or the government stimulus check to get through this time you’ll want to be wise about how you spend that money. Check out this very helpful article: What The Government's Coronavirus Stimulus Plan Means For You.  Also, we’d love to connect you with a financial coach if you need more help! If you’re interested in getting connected with a financial coach email us at
  2. Apply for a Job: Though there are certain industries that are struggling during this time, others are in need of more workers. These jobs may not pay the same rate or even fulfill all your needs in the moment. However, these jobs can serve as a bridge to help you get through the current time. Here’s an article with a list of 16 different places that are HIRING NOW.
  3. File for Unemployment: Tennessee employers fund Unemployment Insurance (UI) as a benefit for people who have lost their jobs by no fault of their own. When you file a claim you may receive up to $275 per week in benefit payments. If you qualify you’ll be eligible for a maximum of 26 weeks of unemployment insurance in a year. You can APPLY RIGHT HERE!
  4. Let Us Help You: As COVID-19 (coronavirus) affects an increasing number of people in our church family and communities, Redemption City Church is committed to providing care and help. If you are a part of our church family and you need support during this time please complete the form provided here. We are striving as a church in these difficult times to provide as much support as possible.






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