God did not design us to deal with pain, fear or grief in solitude.
We seek to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those in the midst of struggle or crisis. Our volunteers regularly meet to pray, visit those who are hospitalized or homebound, and consider gifts of financial support.
Professional counseling referrals are available from our pastoral staff.
For those who have made the commitment of marriage, we want you to know your marriage matters not only to you, but also to the Lord, and to us. Each fall we offer re-engage for those who need to intentionally invest in their marriage.
No matter your circumstance, if you are currently overwhelmed or simply need direction in some area, please contact us. We want to walk alongside you through the hardships life brings; offering support, encouragement, and love.
We know that many in our church family were adversely affected by the February winter weather.
If you, or someone you know in our church body, is experiencing financial burdens from out-of-pocket expenses related to the recent winter storms, please email us at email@example.com.
We want to care for each other’s tangible needs as an extension of Jesus’ love.