I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.
Ministries within Care
Support and resources to those struggling with addiction
Hospitality support for memorial services, relieving the family of that responsibility
One-on-one Christian care and support to people in the church and in the community who are experiencing life difficulties
Twelve-week seminar and support group intended for anyone who is grieving the death of a loved one
Trained marriage mentor couples to walk alongside a couple going through challenges/Group classes, workshops, and fun evenings out
Support and resources for those caring for a loved one, whether at home, in a care facility, or long-distance
Visit from the Care Pastor or the Faith Community Nurse for encouragement and prayer
Support, encouragement, and practical help for families with a newborn or expecting
Visits, cards, phone calls, and simple acts of service, making sure our older members stay connected to the church family
Healthy meals delivered to the home in times of stress or ill-health
Faith Community Nurse
Health advocate for individuals in the church, offering help interacting with hospitals, doctors, and insurance companies, as well as encouragement and practical support
Onsite supply of nonperishable groceries to help families in our church and community when money is tight.
Are you looking for support other than the ministries listed above?
Contact Jane DeYoung for other support.
There are numerous ways to get involved with the Care Ministries. Contact Jane DeYoung for information about where there is a need or the ministry you are interested in volunteering with.
Care Ministry is led by :