Prayer and care ministry

Let Us Care for and Support You

Whether it’s a loss of a loved one or a beloved pet, a hospitalization, or home recovering from surgery or an illness, during times like this, all of us need some extra love and support. Our prayer and care ministry support team consists of ministers, practitioners, and trained volunteers who are committed to providing compassion, love, and support to our church community. This includes prayer support, hospital and home visits, short term assistance, memorial service planning, bereavement support and workshops, and spiritual guidance sessions.

Support is available in the following areas:

Hospital, Nursing Home, and Home Visitation
We offer loving support, quiet companionship, prayer, and conversation to our community members who are hospitalized or homebound.


Short Term Assistance
We provide short term assistance to our community during recovery from surgery or illness or during other difficult times. This assistance includes running short errands for groceries or delivering meals. Please be aware that the church does not provide financial assistance.


Caring Connections
The Caring Connections team is a group of loving individuals who reach out monthly by phone to those in the congregation to check-in and offer a brief prayer.


Grief, Transition, and Bereavement
When a pet or someone you love has died or is in the process of transitioning, it can be a very challenging time. Through personal visits, prayer, spiritual guidance, and bereavement support workshops, we create a loving and sacred space. We also provide assistance with memorial services for our community and their families.


Practitioner Support
Spiritual Practitioners are prayer partners who provide loving and prayerful support both in challenging times, and for the realization of your dreams. They are dedicated to knowing your Oneness with God. They will help you use spiritual principles, meditation, visioning, and spiritual treatment (affirmative prayer), to make positive changes in your life. 

Practitioners are licensed to practice professionally by Centers for Spiritual Living. They have completed extensive coursework and passed written and oral examinations and have actively demonstrated their understanding of New Thought principles. Practitioner sessions are not psychological counseling or psychotherapy.

One-on-one Practitioner Sessions are available by appointment. Practitioner sessions are a paid professional service.