To be part of a church is to be part of God’s family. This includes the privilege and responsibility to care for one another, especially for those who are in need. 


A health crisis, job loss, long-term disability, significant loss, or other event can lead to financial challenges that we, as a church family, can and should help address. Our benevolence team considers needs and requests on a weekly basis, seeking to not only address financial needs but to care for people in a loving, personal way as well.

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Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. It is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life. Opportunities to serve include hospitality, being a sponsor or group leader, leading music/worship, and providing tech support.

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Hands in Service (H.I.S.)

H.I.S. knows everyone has different skills and gifts. We strive to teach each other while we work side by side. A willing heart is all that you really need. We help anyone who can’t do their own minor maintenance or repairs due to physical or financial reasons. You can serve as often you want, from once a week to once a month. Feel free to tailor your involvement to fit your schedule.

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Memorial Service Baking

Memorial services provide an important way to celebrate and grieve the loss of loved ones within our church family and community. Those who are willing to prepare and serve simple refreshments are able to extend their love and support in a very tangible way. We also have a team that bakes cookies for the receptions.

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Mending the Soul

Mending the Soul provides biblically rooted and psychologically proven abuse-healing curricula, and trains nonprofessionals to deliver them in community-based settings worldwide, at minimum cost to the participants.

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Soul Care

There are often times in life when we experience difficult burdens and need someone to come alongside us to care, pray, and listen to what God might want to do through these difficult experiences. Those who wish to serve on our Soul Care Teams as a caregiver must satisfactorily complete a training course and apply for team membership. However, the training is open to everyone.

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Many of our seniors and those facing health challenges long to stay connected to our church family but are unable to find ways to get to church services and gatherings. Providing a one-time or ongoing ride to events can make a world of difference to people in these situations.

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Getting involved with the visitation ministry is a wonderful way to share the valuable gifts of love, time, and commitment with others. If you have a heart for praying, visiting the sick, and/or those who are unable to leave their homes, we welcome you to be a part of this team. You will quickly find out that serving others is a great blessing to you, as well as to those you serve.

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Contact our Community Care Partners directly