We all have times when we just want to be assured that someone cares.
We care. We care about you when you are not feeling well at home and need some shopping done and when you are in the hospital needing emotional and spiritual support.
We care when you are experiencing tough times - and we care when you have great joys.
We care because we believe in our church's mission, to be God's Hands Extended, toward you.
You never have to be alone, and you never have to feel awkward about asking for help. As the saying goes, just do it - and we'll be there, because we care.
Congregational care is a phrase we use to describe how we minister to each other. But it also a way of living our lives by focusing on the word "care" and what that means to us as a holy community.
We are people who pray for you - daily.
We are people who pick up the phone to check in and offer help.
We are people who go out of our way to say hello you on Sunday morning.
We are people who love our church and our community.
We are people who care about people.