Congregational Care

The Congregational Care Team presides over this ministry of presence to members of our church family.  Working closely with the pastors this ministry reflects our concern and care for each other and seeks to respond to the spiritual, emotional and tangible needs of our church community.

A small group of church members meet monthly with our pastors to review and organize current congregational care needs, but the whole church membership is part of this team and ministry of caring.  You can help by letting the chairperson or the church office know of any new or changing concerns (don’t assume that we already know), make a friendly call if you haven’t seen a member in church for a few weeks, offer to make personal or phone visits, meal/partial meal preparation or rides to appointments, and always, to hold each other in prayer.

To volunteer to drive, contact Corinne Brundage, 533-8548

To volunteer to provide food, call Jean Tonnesen at 673-6410.

We are always happy to answer questions. Look for us during coffee hour. Congregational Care Team members will be wearing red badges. Being a Caring Angel is much easier than you think. What better way to spread God’s love among us?

Your Congregational Care Team

Sara Phelps (coordinator), Carol Lyon, Bob Gibson, Corinne Brundage, Sharon Beckley, Charlie and Cynthia Glover, Jean Tonnesen, Bob Miskelly, Pastor Dick Leavitt and Pastor Maureen Frescott.

If you would like to know more about our Congregational Care assistance, please contact Sara Phelps.