Churches that help with utility bills

Help with paying utility and heating bills assistance
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Churches that help with utility bills

Post by waltertammy79 » Sun Mar 29, 2009 4:49 pm

Anyone know if any churches provide assistance with utility or heating bills. Catholic churches or others. Maybe they can give me more aid.

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Post by Tur1 » Mon Apr 06, 2009 9:50 pm

Yes, most churches of all faiths will help. Just contact your local parish, church, or whatever for assistance.

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Post by 19Butterly » Sun May 13, 2012 10:37 am

I am caring for my 35 year old brother in law that has severe leg injury in my home since Nov. 2011. He is severe and needs 24 hour supervision and care. We need help paying our water, phone, and electric bill. Our water is due to be cut off at anytime, my phone tomorrow, and my electric is scheduled to be turned of on the 18th of May 2012. We are trying to make it through until my brother in laws name comes up on the CAP waiting list or the church donation pulls through so I can be his paid caregiver. Which will of course bring in some income. My husband is disabled, and is awaiting his disability determination. We only have his disability check that pays the rent of 651.00 per month.

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Post by dab1 » Mon May 14, 2012 8:21 am

i need help paying my electric bill of 262.00$. I lost my a week and a half ago. i am a mother of two boys age 1 and 3. I am 18 years old i just moved here from Chicago 6months ago. Please help. its due may 18th and i have no funds to pay it due to me paying my rent and water bill.

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Post by Peppermint » Mon May 21, 2012 3:44 pm

I need help getting my electric and water turned back on I live in Wilmington, Delaware and was layed off March 4. A week later my water was turned off. I have contacted local churches who may give a few bucks here and there, but I am looking for other options too. Seems like no one helps with water but you can't live/drink without it. Is there maybe a government water program too, like LIHEAP for water?

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Post by T Kirby » Thu Jul 26, 2012 8:46 am

I need help paying my utility bills (water, gas electric) I lost my job last September and don't have my income coming in. I'm behind 2 months on all my bills including my rent, I don't receive any kind of state assistance or help from church like food stamps because they say i make to much and I don't understand how.

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Post by Menendez » Mon Jun 08, 2015 12:27 pm

I'm sorry to be the first to call you at the church. I need some assistance with help. I need to pay me back utility bills. I'm going to be moving in September so I all my money is tied up. I need a little help. I don't think I can get them turned on without any assistance. I need to find a way to get the chance for help.

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Re: Churches that help with utility bills

Post by Admin » Sun Jan 10, 2016 8:00 pm

Lutheran churches will sometimes assist with utility bills. They may not help with an extensive back bill, but they may offer some partial assistance. You try that church based group, even if you are not a member. Find financial help from Lutheran services.

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