Care and Support

Section Leaders and Greeters

Day: Sunday // How Often: 2 times per month

Building Christian community within our worshiping congregation is vitally important as we encourage one another on the journey of faith. This new ministry seeks to offer genuine care and hospitality by noticing, giving personal attention and connecting with those who sit near during worship. Training and support will be offered in this ministry.

Email Clyde Boyer for more information.

Healing Prayer Team

Day: Sunday // How Often: Monthly

This team receives training and support as they work in teams to pray with members of our church community who desire prayer. This typically takes place on the first Sunday of each month, in the Chapel following each of the worship services.

Email Joan Mellen for more information.

Intercessory Prayer Team

Day: Weekday // How Often: Weekly

This team supports the individuals and activities of our church as they spend time in prayer each week, interceding on our behalf. We are looking for individuals with the spiritual gifts of healing and mercy as they pray for those in our church and community

Email Jennifer Walker for more information.

Pew Bears

Day: Weekday // How Often: 2 – 3 times per year

Have you noticed those bears in the pews or have you received one? They bring joy and hope to many in lots of different ways. We need folks who can attach prayer cards on the bears with a ribbon and who can make sure there are plenty of bears in the pews (basic training provided.)

Email Trish Krider or email Tessa Phaneuf for more information.

Prayer Shawls and Chemo Caps

Day: Saturday as a group; individually any time // How Often: Monthly

This group of friends gathers once a month to knit prayer shawls and chemo caps. When finished, each is blessed in one of our worship services and then given to those who are ill or recuperating, sharing the love and warmth of Christ.

Email Diane North for more information.

Senior Adult Ministry Leadership Team

Day: Weekday // How Often: 2 – 4 times per year

When does a person becomes a “senior?” Some say 55 or 60 and others 62. We say if visiting our group blesses you, you are welcome! This team plans and coordinates all the group’s activities, including luncheon, outings, service projects and annual trips.

Email Linda Brown for more information.

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