As a church community, we especially want to extend Christ’s love and hope to our neighbors in tangible ways at this difficult time. How can you help?

  1. Donate

    personal protective equipment (listed below) for health care workers at Tufts Medical Center. Please email SRMinistry@bcec.net so the Social Responsibility Committee can arrange to receive your donation.

    • N95, KN95 and N99 masks, procedure masks, surgical masks
    • Eye protection (face shields, goggles, safety glasses)
    • Precaution gowns
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Or sew this 6×9 cotton mask to donate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Hon3XuHKv0 (accepted by Tufts Medical Center)
  2. Volunteer
    to distribute food to families who depend on BPS school meals at https://www.bostoncares.org/covid-19
    Or email SRMinistry@bcec.net to be notified of further related serving opportunities as they arise
  3. Give

    to our special charity offering for the Boston Resiliency Fund (City of Boston) over the next two weeks (April 5 and 12). Priorities of this fund include:

    • providing access to food for various at-risk populations
    • technology to Boston Public School students for remote learning,
    • support to first responders and health care workers who are on the frontlines fighting this pandemic

    Give by Check

    Please write a check to BCEC designating “Charity Fund” and “COVID-19” in the memo line; send checks to:
    BCEC
    PO Box 600790
    Newtonville, MA 02460

    Give Online

    (If you are a member or regular attendee, we encourage you to set up your giving through the myBCEC Portal. Click here if you need to create an account.)