During the COVID-19 pandemic ...
We recommend that in-home visits take place outside on a porch or patio if possible. If the visit must be indoors then please wear a mask when we enter your home and choose a location where we can sit at least ten feet apart. If you desire communion then we encourage you to provide the elements or ask us to bring the prepackaged sanitized communion elements we will be utilizing during this pandemic. We thank you for observing these commonsense precautions in our effort to strengthen the body of Christ.
Care Ministries and Pastoral Care
Surgeries can be a difficult time for the person undergoing the procedure as well as their loved ones. We count it as a privilege to be able to sit with you on the day of your surgery to offer prayer and support in any way we can.
Final days ministries
“We are confident, I say, and would prefer to be away from the body and at home with the Lord.” -2 Corinthians 5:8. Death isn’t an easy thing to deal with, but we’ll be present to provide prayer and support during one of life’s most difficult times.
Do you or does someone you love need homebound care? We would love to make that connection.
Many things can keep you from coming to Church on Sunday. We provide messages online so you never have to miss one, but there are some things that a video can’t replace. Communion is one of them. We have a team of dedicated volunteers who will bring Communion to you when you can’t make it here.
Do you need someone to talk to? Could someone in your life use a phone call? Lets us know! We’re good at listening.
Sometimes life gets busy. It gets hard. Loved ones pass away, we go through trauma, or we need a loving hand to support us. Our Outreach Team is available to help with a hot meal - just let us know!
Our flower ministry sends flowers out at the holidays to those who have lost a spouse or child in the past year. We know it's a hard time of the year, and we want you know that you're loved.
We diligently keep track of people in our congregation who need prayer. If you or a loved one needs prayer, please get in touch with us! We have a fantastic team of people who pray constantly and even send out a card (signed by multiple members of our congregation) to let people know we’re praying. We care about you – a lot!
Card and Note Ministry
Our Note/Card Ministry sends cards to those who are bereaved or dismissed from a hospital stay. Cards and notes are also sent out to those needing comfort or cheer. Know someone who would enjoy a note of greetings? Would you be able to help? Each month, volunteers receive names of 3-4 people to mail a note of encouragement and joy. Cards, return address labels and stamps are available in the office for your use.