Serve in Care Ministries

Care ministry volunteers reach out to people who are hurting, both within and beyond our church. In a variety of ways they provide help and hope to the hospitalized, the homebound, seniors, people with disabling conditions.

These Care Ministries are open to new volunteers:

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Comfort Dogs (PROT)-- These trained service animals bring comfort to the hurting. Being a volunteer dog handler or dog caregiver in this active ministry is very rewarding, but not easy, involving high standards, rigorous training, significant time, and involve travel. 

Prayer Chain (IMM) – A leader sends out a weekly email with prayer requests to those who serve by keeping those needs in their prayers. 

Tuesday Prayer Group – This group meets weekly specifically for prayer. 

Meadows/Clearbrook (PROT, IMM, FAM)– Once a month, volunteers join Pastor Klopke in leading a Jesus Time of song, Bible stories and craft at these residential homes for people with disabilities. 

Senior Visitation Team (PROT) – These volunteers serve the frail elderly through regular phone calls, and others make visits as needed. 

God’s Special Friends (PROT, FAM) – A ministry that provides Bible study time designed for people age 13 and up who have cognitive disabilities. 

Additional Care Ministries:

Deacons (PROT) – Volunteers who assist our pastors in making calls on people who are hospitalized and also on homebound seniors. 

Care Ministry Advisory Council (INF) – A group who support and advise Pastor Klopke on the overall care ministries.

Stephen Ministries (PROT) – Weekly supportive visits with those facing long term challenges such as grief or serious illness. 

Other Ministries

Children's Ministries
Day School
Equipping
Community and Global
Facilities and Administration
Music
Tech
Worship
Youth