For questions relating to any of the above opportunities, please don't hesitate to contact the church office either through email or a phone call. We would love to hear from you!!
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Nebraska is a heartland American state with vast wheat and corn fields, high prairie and wild country where wild bison still roam. Home to just under 2 million people, nearly 16% of Nebraska’s residents are seniors aged 65 and over. Seniors in Nebraska can explore historic sites from the days of the Oregon Trail and Wild West, as well as breathtaking natural wonders such as Scotts Bluff and Chimney Rock. Though Nebraska does tax Social Security benefits, it still has some of the lowest costs for senior living, and seniors who own property and earn less than $41,101 a year may qualify for a Nebraska homestead exemption, which reduces property taxes for tens of thousands of seniors. Click here for more information.
Caring.com is a senior care organization that supports family caregivers and their loved ones. Please click this link to learn more and see what resources are available to help.
Are you interested in E-Giving?? Have we got the app for you! It really is as easy as Tap, Give, Done. You can download the app on your mobile device from your App Store or Google Play, set up is easy and quick, less than 5 minutes! If you would like to use the app on your computer, you can do that as well, just go to www.givelify.com and set up your account. You can donate from anything to Memorials to Special Sunday’s, weekly offering to designated fundraisers. You can donate any amount and you will be provided with a receipt of your gift. If you have further questions or need help using the app, please contact the church office or any member of the Finance Committee. The best thing is...you can continue your financial giving even when your not able to be at church!!
Senior Advice is here to help with all your senior housing questions.
Assisted living is a form of senior care that provides residents with supportive services and assistance with the activities of daily living (ADLs). ADLs include things like bathing, eating, hygiene, and dressing. Assisted living services may also include basic first-aid and assistance with medication management. It does not include regular medical care, rehabilitation services, or skilled nursing care. Assisted living communities typically offer both semi-private and private rooms, a robust activity schedule and social opportunities for residents, and will have communal areas for residents to enjoy such as a fitness center, lounge, courtyard, or pool.