Care Ministry

As people walk through life, sooner or later, everyone needs a little help!

The Chapel Care Ministry supports and guides individuals, couples, and families with life-giving care as they navigate through change in every season of life. At the Chapel, you don’t have to go through it alone, whatever “it” is for you right now. Unfortunately, too many people are struggling in isolation and silence, but that is not God’s intention. Scripture reminds us to,

“Gently encourage those who struggle; reach out to the exhausted and take care of those who are weak…” (1 Thessalonians 5:14b)

“Share each other’s burdens and in this way obey the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2)

Our Care Ministry Team of loving members are available to celebrate special occasions or walk with you through the painful experiences and difficult transitions of life.

We will listen to the story about your situation and seek to fully understand what is going on in your life. Together, with faith and by seeking God’s wisdom, we can help you identify potential solutions and access practical resources that empower you to take the next steps forward through the changes and uncertainty you are facing.

Care Ministry

Bereavement Committee:

Calls and visits the spouse or family of deceased church members as soon as possible.

Bereavement Book Committee:

Delivers “Journeying Through Grief” booklets to recently bereaved members.

Bulletin Committee:

Mails Sunday Bulletins to those unable to attend Sunday Morning Worship Services.

CD Committee:

Delivers CDs of our Worship Services to shut-ins desiring them.

Flower Committee:

Makes and delivers small arrangements from the flowers contributed for Sunday Worship Service or from funerals or memorial services to shut-ins, hospital patients, nursing homes, and assisted-living facilities.

Food Committee:

Provides food for the bereaved family of a deceased member before or after the funeral.

Health & Personal Concerns Committee:

Assists family members of deceased who may require help with paperwork.

Home Visitation Committee:

Visits members with long-term illnesses or following an illness or hospital stay.

Hospital Visitation Committee:

Visits Chapel members confined to hospitals and rehabilitation facilities in the area.

Nursing Home and Assisted-Living Facility Visitation Committee:

Visits Chapel members who are permanently living in these types of facilities.

Sunshine & Cheer Committee:

Sends cards to sick, shut-in, and bereaved members.

Transportation Committee:

Provides transportation for Chapel family who are unable to drive and need transportation to doctor or hospital appointments.