Getting Support

This time is difficult and you may find yourself needing help: physically, financially, emotionally, spiritually. We are all just ordinary people struggling through this and we believe that our first priority is to Love God and Neighbor. And we are all neighbors, a community of people here to help however we are able.

The list below are just a few ways to find help; if you don't see what you need, contact us on our secure form and we'll connect you with support.

  • shopping hours for at-risk & first responders

    The current special hours for seniors, special needs, or at-risk customers at local grocers*:

    • Costco - opens 9-10 am M-F effective Monday, May 4 for members ages 60+ and those with disabilities
    • Fresh Thyme - opens 6-8 am on M, W, F for ages 60+; opens 6-8 am on T, Th for healthcare workers, law enforcement, and first responders with professional ID
    • Giant Eagle - opens 6-7 am on M-W for ages 60+
    • Kroger - opens 7-8 am on M-Th for ages 60+
    • Meijer - opens 7-8 am on T & Th for ages 60+ and those with chronic health issues; opens 7-8 am on M & W for essential service workers
    • Target - opens 8-9 am on T & W for vulnerable guests
    • Walmart - opens 6-7 am Tuesdays (or 1 hr before regular opening time) through the end of May for ages 60+
    • Whole Foods - opens 7-8 am daily for ages 60+
    *This information may change frequently. Be sure to check with your local store.
  • Whether you are struggling with family or marital matters, or a personal issue such as depression, anger, anxiety, guilt, worry or forgiveness, Pastor Jim Stevanus and other certified counselors at Fellowship want to offer you the certain hope of God’s Word and the guidance to be an overcomer.

    This biblical counseling is provided free of charge to you. To explore this service, please visit their website.

  • National suicide prevention hotline

    We can all help prevent suicide: CALL (800) 273-8255. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

  • columbus springs

    Columbus Spring East (614-350-4532) and Columbus Springs Dublin (614-368-9854) provide mental health and addiction services.