Go, living out of love, make disciples.
The call of Christ on our lives changes the way we live. To love Christ, is to love others. We cannot separate the two. To call ourselves a community that is making disciples, we must be growing in our love for each other. Care is FAITH & LOVE in action. It moves beyond witnessing the joy and sorrow of another to participating in it: investing our lives in genuine concern and kindness acted out in a commitment to journey with one another.
When you or someone you know is facing illness, hospitalized, or finds it difficult to leave home, the companionship of a visitor can make all the difference. Trained volunteers and pastoral staff are available to provide spiritual care and encouragement during these challenging times. To request a visit, contact the church office (403.329.3125).
Meal Support is available to lighten the load of those who find themselves in need of a break due to a death in the family, hospitalization, a new baby, or other situations that make daily tasks extraordinarily difficult. If you would like to serve your church family by preparing a meal, please contact the church office (403.329.3125).
Helping Hands Women meet to make and assemble articles of clothing for babies, children, and various household items, donating them to a variety of local, non-profit community agencies. Donations of wool or money to by materials are gratefully accepted. Contact: Lucille Gliege (320.8232) Helping Hands meets in a home Tuesdays at 7 pm; please contact Lucille for the address.
Divorce Care is a community of support to journey through the pain of separation and divorce. The next session starts January 17 at 5:45 pm. Contact Pam to sign up.
GriefShare is a support program designed to connect you to a caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Loss has a profound & unique affect on each of us. GriefShare resources are designed to help you in your journey of recovering from your loss and looking forward to rebuilding your life. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. More information at http://www.griefshare.org/. Contact Pam to for info on the next session.
Hurting Moms, Mending Hearts
No one understands the pain of having a child who is making destructive decisions, disengaging from their family like another Hurting Mom. This support group is designed to be a safe place where moms can come together to share with one another while they work through a process that will bring them freedom and healing from their pain. Join Joyce Vermeer for a 10 week class with a community of women who understand the journey. Class size is limited to 10 participants. Contact Pam for more information.
If you have a request you would like the Prayer Team to be aware of, please fill out the form below, or contact the church office (403.329.3125).
Pam is in the office Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.