Life is filled with many transitions and challenges. Our Care Ministry volunteers are here to walk alongside you as you go through them. We provide spiritual counseling and one-to-one care for those who are hurting, visits to homebound church members, marriage mentors for engaged and married couples, support for those with mental health issues, and holistic care for those experiencing financial crisis.
you like to learn how to support others without feeling overwhelmed?
Caring 101 provides a simple
framework to facilitate caring conversations in everyday situations.
Stephen Ministry provides love and care to people who are facing a significant change, challenge or crisis. Through consistent one-to-one visits, trained Stephen Ministers offer support and hope in times of confusion, stress, loneliness, and pain.
Are you homebound and not able to fellowship with our church
family? Or do you have a family member who is? If so, you may be interested in
having one of our Visitation Ministry volunteers visit on a weekly basis. If
you’d like more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.Are you someone who enjoys keeping people connected? Perhaps you would like to take the fellowship
of our church family to someone who is homebound by visiting them
regularly. Please contact email@example.com. Attending Caring 101 is a prerequisite for serving in
(Marital and Pre-Marital Counseling)
At Faith, we are passionate about your marriage being strong and healthy! Whether you're beginning a relationship or have been married for decades, we're here to help you center your relationship on Jesus and grow deeper with your spouse year after year.
We offer a support group for those affected by mental health issues. No matter what mental health issue you are facing, you will find a safe and loving community at Restore where you will learn and grow together.
Be a part of assisting people financially, spiritually and emotionally in the name of Jesus by giving to our Benevolence Ministry. Benevolence Offerings happen quarterly and are separate from our General Fund giving.