About Congregational Care
The Congregational Care Ministry offers areas of support for the person searching for hope and healing. Together, we invest in the sowing and harvest of good seeds through biblical teaching and works of compassion. We hope that you will find your place to humbly co-labor with us in service to Jesus Christ, His church, and in the community we live in.
We seek to fulfill this ministry by showing compassion to those in need and providing classes to help those dealing with difficult situations such as grief, divorce, life transitions, or brokenness.
Learn how God healed Rand Eberhard, the Director of Congregational Care.
Congregational Care Ministries
Congregational Care continually seeks to provide opportunities that will enable every member to live their lives more effectively. We are privileged to offer the following ministries.
The pastoral staff is available to provide support, encouragement, and direction. Our Stephen Ministry provides trained “Care Givers” who are available after each worship service for prayer and encouragement. “Grace Touch” ministry is available for those in need of a meal when unexpected circumstances arise. Also, our Prayer Ministry is available to intercede and seek the Lord on behalf of the needs one may be facing.
For more details please contact Rand Eberhard, Director of Congregational Care at email@example.com or 404-591-2475.
Stephen Ministry is a unique, one-to-one, Christ-centered caring ministry. Trained lay ministers in our congregation are available to meet with, pray with, and walk alongside those who are experiencing struggles, hurts, or overwhelming circumstances, within a supportive, caring relationship. Stephen Ministers meet regularly with an individual to provide confidential, personalized care.
Christian Guidance and Counseling
Personal guidance is available upon request by contacting our office to schedule an appointment. Our team specializes in marriage guidance and premarital counseling as well as Christian guidance, life and spiritual coaching, with a support focus for women and/or men. Support for blended families counseling, substance addiction counseling, anger management and resolution counseling is also available.
What can we “hand down” to our children, grandchildren, and the next generation? How can we equip and encourage today’s generation of young families, working professionals, and those hoping to glean inspiration from those who have “gone before” in a season of life? Legacy Builders is a ministry area within Congregational Care focused on encouraging those who are interested in preparing, mentoring, and harvesting a godly legacy for their family and spheres of influence. This legacy building process is developed and implemented through ministry resources and opportunities for service. It is designed for those 50 years of age and over with the purpose to strengthen, inspire, and develop for God’s glory. It is our hope that together as a church, we can encourage and equip you as you leave a legacy for the Kingdom of God. For more information, contact the Congregational Care Ministry.
GraceTouch Meals shares the grace and love of our Lord by providing a meal and a personal contact to those in our midst in need of refreshment, care, and encouragement. As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to:
• Cook meals to be taken to families who have a need.
• Help deliver meals to families.
Prayer Ministry involves the expansion of God’s Kingdom through intercession for others. Intercessors may come to the church during the week and pray for the requests that have been received, or they may receive requests via email at home.
Submit Prayer Requests: 404-591-2480 | firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, contact Brian Maxwell at email@example.com.
Ushers are needed. If you are a member of the church, we invite you to serve! Volunteers are needed once a month during the 9:00 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. service. This includes passing out the bulletin, helping people get seated, and assisting with offering.
For more information, please contact James Saxon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share Prayer Requests, Hospital and Illness Updates, or Birth and Death Announcements
Please use the form below to submit a prayer request, share information about hospitalization, home care, an illness, or announce a birth or a death.
If you are faced with life’s challenges and don’t know where to turn, we want to invite you to come forward and let us help you. We tend to struggle and suffer alone, but God desires that we be in relationship with Him and others. We would like to help you identify your unmet needs spiritually, emotionally, relationally, and then offer support and teaching specific to Hope and Healing with the end goal of connecting you deeper into the life of the church as a “worker” of the gospel of peace. Our church mission is to Reach, Equip and Work. We welcome you to join us in the process as we all attempt to live into the fullness of God’s plan for our lives.