The Congregational Care Ministry Team provides compassionate care through personal contact with members of the church community who have special needs for spiritual support. This ministry reaches out to our homebound members, those who are experiencing personal or extended family illness and hospitalization and those who have experienced a loss in their life.
For more information about this ministry, please contact CJ Stachurski.
Are you, or someone you know, going through a tough time emotionally or spiritually? Struggling with a crisis in life? Or simply feeling down? Consider letting a Stephen Minister help!
A Stephen Minister is a trained Christian caregiver who will be there to listen, care, encourage, pray and walk alongside individuals in our congregation and community who are facing crisis or difficulty such as:
Grief • Hospitalization • Divorce or separation • Loneliness or discouragement • Spiritual crisis • Unemployment or a job crisis • Serious, chronic or terminal illness • Incarceration • Aging • Birth, adoption, miscarriage or infertility • Relocation • Recovery from an accident or disaster
Stephen Ministers are ready to provide confidential, one-to-one Christian care and are committed to meet faithfully for about an hour each week for as long as there is a need.
Love one another as I have loved you.
Would you like to become a Stephen Minister? Contact CJ Stachurski for details about the Stephen Minister program.
The Prayer Team prays on a daily basis for individuals and families on the church prayer list. Additionally, the team meets in the Prayer Chapel on Tuesdays at 2:00 pm to pray as a group.
If you are interested in joining this ministry, contact the church office.
E-Prayer List - If you would like to receive the E-Prayer List to lift up in your private quiet time with Him - please contact Janette Williams.
Homebound Communion & Senior Ministry
The Homebound Communion Team visits with church members who are either homebound or who reside in local nursing or assisted living facilities. I addition to providing communion, the team members visit and pray with the church members.If you have a loved one who would benefit from visits by the team, please contact the church office.
Do you feel called to assist with this ministry? Contact Carol Tatum for details.