Care Ministries

We want to walk beside you during times of crises, pray with you, as well as offer resources and a variety of support groups to encourage you and ultimately assure you that you are not alone.

Each Sunday, at the end of the worship service, we have church members and ministers available to talk and pray with you.

Pastoral Counseling
We’ll walk alongside you—whether you need premarital, marital, or individual counseling, grief support, intercessory prayer, encouragement, or spiritual guidance. Click here to email Jake Day, Associate Pastor of Administration, for more information.

Need Financial Help?
The ministry provides short-term assistance to church members and others on a case-by-case basis.
Click here to email Jake Day, Associate Pastor of Administration, for details.

This team of men personally care for members of our church family—through hospital visits, calls, cards of encouragement, or service—during times of illness, crisis, emergency, or adjustment. Click here to learn more.


Seminar Topics:
  • Living With Grief
  • The Journey of Grief
  • The Effects of Grief
  • When Your Spouse Dies
  • Your Family and Grief
  • Why?
  • The Uniqueness of Grief—Part 1
  • The Uniqueness of Grief—Part 2
  • God’s Prescription for Grief
  • Stuck in Grief
  • Top Twenty Lessons of Grief—Part 1
  • Top Twenty Lessons of Grief—Part 2
  • Heaven

GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and support group for people grieving the death of someone close. It's a place where you can be with people who understand how you feel and the pain of your loss. At GriefShare, you will learn valuable information that will help you through this difficult time in your life. In addition, our sessions are free of charge and include a complimentary workbook. 

Sign up for GriefShare 

In-Home Ministry

Our In-Home Ministry is committed to making sure our housebound members are connected to our church family.

We have a team of volunteers who are divided into small groups and coordinate regular house visits, make phone calls and send cards to those members who are unable to physically participate in church. Our goal is to make sure the in-home individual knows they are not forgotten and that they are cared for. If you know of someone in need of in-home ministry, please contact us.


We believe in the power of prayer and are committed to praying for all of our people, leaders and ministries—as well as the prayer requests we receive from all over the world. Through prayer, we've seen God work in countless, inimitable ways: We have witnessed people receive Jesus Christ as Savior, we have seen many experience healing and recovery, and we have been told of numerous restored and reconciled relationships. God answers prayer!

We encourage you to share your praises, prayer requests, and bereavement updates on our virtual Prayer Wall. 

Prayer Wall