Help In Crisis


In times of crisis, your support is needed even more. The COVID-19 crisis is an opportunity to support our front-line service associations. Your donations count!

Table of Hope

The Table of Hope from Bethel Church / SpringstreetCDC continues to see a huge, unprecedented demand from those facing food insecurity. Table of Hope is currently providing pick-up meals via a Mobile Food Pantry to thousands of families in the Morristown / Parsippany / Dover / Randolph areas. The organization also works to ensure that families and seniors have produce, dairy, meat, canned/dried goods, and bread for their households.

In August, our church would normally collect supplies and food items for Table of Hope. This year, as with our food drive, donations will be accepted online at

You can also mail a check to PCM with “Table of Hope” on the memo line.


Help Our Neighbors in Need Due to COVID-19 Morris AREA RENT RELIEF FUND

We are still collecting donations, but thanks to your generosity & the generosity of many of our congregations, Wind of the Spirit will begin collecting applications for the rent relief fund in the coming days. You may now download the application and apply or make an online donation below.  Checks may be mailed directly to Cornerstone at:  Cornerstone Family Programs, 80 Washington St. Morristown, NJ, 07960.   Be sure to write “Morris Area Rent Relief” on the memo line.

The fund is for residents of Morris County, regardless of citizenship status. It will offer a portion of the rent needed & will prioritize those in greatest need. Individuals will need to show loss of income & payments will be made directly to the landlord.

All funds donated will directly support families in need. The organizations have committed to securing the costs of any administrative fees, etc., incurred from foundations or other sources. Wind of the Spirit & at least one other non-profit will help in identifying those eligible. If you would like to support any administrative costs, please email .

Cornerstone Family Programs and Morristown Neighborhood House provide much-needed help to over 6,000 children, families, adults, veterans and seniors each year. They have a shared mission of strengthening the community by helping people build better lives. They believe that everyone deserves a chance for a happy, healthy and productive life.

If you have questions, please contact Donna Tomlinson at 973-627-2954 or Mary Albright at .

You can also support these organizations that help people in need:

Nourish. NJ

You can Make a Difference at Nourish.NJby providing non-perishable food donations or making a monetary donation through their website.

Make a donation

Table of Hope

Through Table of Hope, Bethel Church of Morristown is still serving evening to-go meals Monday – Friday. If you would like to volunteer, please call Donna Tomlinson (973)301-1973. They also could use monetary donations and supplies such as gloves and Styrofoam to-go containers.​

Make a donation

Homeless Solutions

Volunteers needed to serve lunch or dinner meals.  Contact Tamala Reynolds.  You may also check out their Amazon Wish List for needed supplies.​

Make a donation

Jersey Battered Women’s Service

A nonprofit agency that provides safety, support and solutions for abuse for anyone who lives or works in primarily Morris County, and faces the issues of intimate partner abuse.

Make a donation