Are you dealing with challenges associated to a loss such as; a loved one, a job, a relationship, or life transition? Within this safe, caring group you will learn practical tools to heal.
Meeting are scheduled as needed.
Contact: George Crippen at firstname.lastname@example.org
We desire to hear from the Lord, to draw into intimacy with God, and then stand in the gap on the matter.
Meets every other Monday at 8:30-9:30 AM in the Grace Room of the Life Center.
Contact Nancy Nuccitelli at Nancy.Nuccitelli@gmail.com
We seek to love and care for our congregants with meals when they are experiencing transitional times in their lives; be it health issues, hospitalization, new births, new home, or death of a loved one.
Those participating in this program of compassion will be contacted via email from the Mercy Meals Coordinator when a need arises. You will be provided the pertinent information and scheduling for meals.
Contact Becky Bird at email@example.com
Sunday morning services
If you have a calling or desire to pray for others, then this is your opportunity. We are a trained team available for those requesting prayer immediately following Sunday morning services.
Contact Kathy Jeffries at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets Fridays at 1:00 PM in the Conference Room.
Contact Alice Jonas at email@example.com
Thursday evenings and Encounter service
No carpenter would show up on the job with only one tool. Similarly, golfers use various clubs depending on the situation at hand. So why would praying for someone be any different? We need the right ‘tool’ for the job! If you have a heart to see people set free physically, emotionally and spiritually along with a desire to gain additional tools for your prayer arsenal. Become part of this fun and exciting ministry as we partner with Jesus to set captives free.
Contact Jeff Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org
The prayer walk dates are posted in bulletins and church media.
Contact Lucy Hensinger at email@example.com
Tuesdays from 6-8:00 PM in the Truth room. Second floor of the Life Center.
Led by Wendy Schaal. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
The mission of Recovery International is to use the cognitive-behavioral, peer-to-peer, self-help training system developed by Abraham Low, MD, to help individuals gain skills to lead more peaceful and productive lives.
Anyone who desires to listen for the direction of God in his or her life, or to grow in intimacy with God and live out the impact of this intimacy, can benefit from a trained spiritual companion. No matter where you are in your spiritual journey – seeker, new believer, or mature Christian – if you are searching for a fuller experience of God’s love or want to discern greater spiritual purpose and meaning in life, this ministry might be helpful to you.
For information or to schedule an appointment, contact:
Certified Spiritual Director
Soul Care Ministry Team Leader
Contact Aggie Payton at email@example.com
What is a Stephen Minister?
Description of Stephen Ministry
Pastors will always be on the front lines of care as first-responders, but there are normally many more on-going care needs than pastors can effectively meet by themselves. Stephen Ministry provides a biblical solution; this international program equips lay persons to provide distinctively Christian, confidential, one-on-one care to others experiencing life crises or difficulties
Stephen Ministers serving in this church-commissioned role are members of CommPres, are carefully selected, and received 50+ hours of training. They attend to their care-receivers through effective listening skills, prayer, and encouragement — all within a safe, confidential environment. The names of care-receivers are never mentioned. Ministers generally meet with care-receivers about an hour a week, for as long as there is a need. They also meet twice monthly for supervision, support and continuing education. Stephen Ministers make a two-year commitment to the program.
Potential Care-Receivers Are People Who Are . . .
• struggling with parenting
• grieving the loss of a loved one
• separated or in the process of divorce
• terminally ill, and their families
• experiencing job loss or financial setbacks
• experiencing crisis situations
• facing legal difficulties
• struggling with their faith
• separated from family
• recovering substance abusers
• experiencing hurt from abuse
• adjusting to a life-changing situation: retirement, stay-at-home mom, new parent, empty nester, college graduate, etc.
What Do Stephen Ministers Do?
• Explore feelings
• Share Christ’s love
• Maintain confidentiality
• Attend to the care-giving process and leave the results to God
• Walk with people who are journeying to wholeness
• Serve in this ministry of presence and companionship
Stephen Ministers do not “fix” their care-receivers. Rather, they are committed Christ-Followers who provide confidential, one-to-one, Christian care to people who are experiencing a difficult time. Stephen Ministers are the Care-Givers and Christ is the Cure-Giver.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office at 407-566-1633
You can also contact Aggie Payton: email@example.com
Within the pew pockets are cards designed for writing your prayer requests. Please place the prayer request card in the offering plate as it is passed or contact the church office midweek at 407-566-1633.
Pastor William will pray over each and every request as will a confidential prayer team. The prayer team will review each prayer request to best assist each person in meeting their needs both with prayer and with outreach such as; cards, calls, visits, meals (see Mercy meals ) , transportation, or special needs.
Submit your prayer request here.
You may also contact the church office at 407-566-1633.