St. Philip's Financial Literacy April Program
Registration Ends April 5, 2021
PLEASE EMAIL PASTOR@STPHILIPSBALTIMORE.ORG TO REGISTER & FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
**ALL PARTICIPANTS WHO COMPLETE ALL 4 SESSIONS WILL RECEIVE A $100 GROCERY GIFT CARD.
ALL SESSIONS WILL LAST FROM 7PM-8PM EST
1. Money Matters: Thursday April 8th
List the steps for setting financial goals
Track daily spending habits
Prepare a personal spending plan to estimate monthly income and expenses
Identify ways to decrease spending
Identify ways to increase income
Identify spending plan tools that will help you manage your bills
2. Budgeting: Part 2 (Money Matters) Thursday April 15th
Prepare a budget to estimate monthly income and expenses
3. To Your Credit: Thursday April 22nd
Explain why credit is important
Describe the purpose of a credit report and how it is used
Order a copy of your credit report
Read and analyze your credit report
Differentiate between good and bad credit
Describe the implications of good and bad credit scores
Identify ways to build and repair your credit history
Recognize how to correct errors on your credit report
Recognize how to guard against identity theft
4. Financial Recovery : Thursday April 29th
Investments and homeowners
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Messages from Pastor Tillman, IV
Great News!!! - Please check out the first time St. Philip's has ever been featured in the ELCA Living Lutheran Magazine. The article can be found here.
"It's in our Spirit" by Karris Golden. ELCA's Oldest African Descent Congregation Serve Community in Unprecedented Ways
Please continue to look for high-resolution photos of our historical moments at St. Philip's. This will help us with a major publication and a future grant that we are working on. Please contact the church to submit any photos.
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To Our Church Volunteers—
From the Intergenerational Ministry:
Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith. Galatians 6:10 NKJVM
St. Philip's Evangelism and Social Ministry
Message from: Rev. Susan Beck, Community of St. Dysmas
Thank you to St. Philip's for your faithful letter writing. The notes are a lifeline for our incarcerated friends.
Message from our neighbor
First Baptist Church at 525 N. Caroline St.
JHU Food Access Program:
The Program has restarted. Distribution days are on Wednesdays beginning at 12:30
The food being distributed will be similar to what has been given out.
Additional Food Delivery & Distribution:
Eager Park Neighborhood Association, Inc. (EPNA) Around Eager Park
Alan Reyes is the organizer for this effort to deliver weekly food boxes.
Weekly Delivery Distribution: You MUST call and give him your delivery information. Leave a message if he is not available at the time of your call.
Alan Reyes contact information: Email: ContactEPNA@gmail.com & Phone: 443-744-9473
Giving Glory and Honor to God!
Need Food Assistance:
Baltimore City is Delivering Grocery Boxes
Currently have no food at home or will run out before you can buy more
Can’t afford paid meal or grocery delivery
Are experiencing financial, social or medical hardships due to COVID-19
Have someone at home who is able to prepare food
What should qualifying household expect:
Will receive a grocery box with enough non-perishable food for 1-2 weeks depending on household size
Will receive a box within 3-4 days of ordering
To see if you qualify:
Adults 60 and older: call 410-396-2273
Resident 59 and younger: call 2-1-1