Congregational Care

Congregational Care Ministries provides care, concern, prayer and support for families and individuals at various stages, places, and circumstances of life and to engage the congregation in service and community for one another. The focus of the Congregation Care office is to respond to the care and support needs of the congregation and to engage the congregation in the ongoing spiritual, physical, emotional and relational expression of living faithfully within the Body of Christ.


* Shepherding Ministry
* Prayer Ministry
* Support Groups
* Visitation / Home and Hospitals
* Congregational Care Support



Homebound and Nursing Home Visitation
Volunteers visit homes and nursing homes to share Christian fellowship with those who are no longer able to get out and worship

Grief Care Ministry
Following the death of a loved one, we reach out to those who are hurting, providing support for three to twelve months, depending on their need.

Care and Telecaring Ministry
Through the out-pouring of cards and phone calls, those who have been hospitalized or are experiencing other kinds of difficulties in their lives feel that they are not alone.

If you, or someone you know, is in need of any of the services of the Congregational Care Ministry, please contact:

Rev. Virginia “Ginny” Rainey
Minister of Congregational Care
Ext. 303