Demonstrating God’s love of all people through acts of compassion, generosity, advocacy, and justice.

Defining Scriptures:

Deut. 10:17-19, Psalm 82:3-4, Micah 6:8, Matthew 25:31-46, Acts 1:8

Our care ministry is divided into 5 ministry areas:


These ministries include our Covenant Prayer Team and Prayer Path Team.


These ministries include:

  • Visiting with people at home, in local assisted living facilities, and in rehab centers
  • Hospital visitation
  • Hospice visitation
  • Eucharistic Ministers who bring communion to persons who cannot attend church


These ministries include:

  • Dress a Girl Around the World sewing ministry
  • Card Making Ministry


These ministries include:

  • Co-Dependents Anonymous – Every Monday, 7:00 pm, 215 Columbus House
  • Grief group – 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 3:30 pm, room 109
  • Caregivers group – 3rd Thursdays, 1:30 pm, room 109
  • Narcotics Anonymous – Every Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 pm, 215 Columbus House


These ministries include:

  • Ushers and Greeters
  • Parking Lot Greeters
  • Sunday Connect Center Volunteers
  • Sunday Refreshments
  • Follow-up Team
  • Meal Ministries
  • Funeral Team
  • Special Events Team

Congregational Care Ministers (CCMs):

CCMs are trained and certified laypersons who feel called to help those in need in our church and community. CCMs serve in the areas of Prayer, Visitation, Craft, Support, and Hospitality. The CCMs and the CCM lay and clergy leaders meet twice a month for continuing education and ministry development, as well as for spiritual growth and community. 

If you are interested in becoming a CCM, please contact Pastor Lisa to learn more about Congregational Care Ministries and the path to becoming a CCM.

Note: You do not need to be a CCM to volunteer in most care ministries.