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Care ministries exist to encourage a stronger sense of community and compassion among each other and provide support to those in need.

Immediate Needs

Call our Ministry Offices to receive care and support for emergencies as well as report hospitalizations. During office hours, we can connect you with a pastor. After hours, listen to the recording for information to reach a pastor.

For emergency financial assistance reach out to our partners at Metropolitan Ministries.

Life Events


Baptism is one of two sacraments in the United Methodist Church. Baptism is a public acknowledgement by an individual or a parent of a child of their commitment to be shaped by the Christian faith.

For more information on baptisms or to schedule a baptism, please complete our Baptism Inquiry form.


Please view or print our downloadable Wedding Packet. This file contains very important, detailed information about our wedding policies. After reading this information, please complete and submit our Wedding Inquiry form.

At least four months before your wedding date, please complete the steps in our wedding checklist.

Funerals & Memorial Services

A Service of Death and Resurrection expresses gratitude to God for the life of the one who has died and bears witness of our hope that because Christ has been raised from the dead, we too will be raised to new life in him.

Call the Ministry Offices to notify us of a death and to speak to a pastor.

Review this booklet to plan a service and understand the services we offer.

Care Groups

Request Prayer

PrimeTimers Senior Adult Group

Our 55+ group gathers for monthly events and day trips.
Past events have included:

  • Spring Training baseball games
  • Overnight trip to Savannah, GA
  • Retreat to Lake Junaluska, NC
  • Chair Volleyball
  • Meet and Greet with author Delia Colòn
  • Line Dancing
  • Attend local concerts and plays


Meet the Congregational Care Staff

Sally Campbell-Evans

Sally Campbell-Evans

Congregational Care Pastor

Serve with Congregational Care