Weekly calls are made to comfort and support individuals who are home from the hospital or in rehab. The caller expresses concern and prays with the person. Weekly updates are given to the church office for distribution. Contact Brenda Jelks, (407) 834-5732, for more information.
A Care Team provides a way for our congregation to respond to the real-life needs of individuals and families. This team is a group of trained members working together to offer practical, emotional, and spiritual support to those in need. These needs may result from a developmental or physical disability, a prolonged physical or mental illness, limitations brought on by the aging process, or other life challenging situations, or, they may be temporary, due to an accident or episodic illness.
Communion to Homebound
Elders and Shepherds gather quarterly to serve communion to the Homebound. In addition to their visit, they also bring news from the church and a bud vase of fresh flowers. For information please contact Marjie McDonough.
Our Stephen Ministers provide one-to-one Christian care to individuals experiencing difficulties in life. God works through Stephen Ministers to plant a seed of hope and healing in a person whose life seems forlorn because of some crisis or tragedy. Volunteers are thoroughly trained in sound theological principles as well as fundamentals of psychology. As part of an international program, Stephen Ministers are lay caregivers who provide confidential care for those in need. More information about Stephen Ministers
Cancer impacts virtually all of us, either personally or through family and friends.
If you are going through a diagnosis of cancer or know someone who is, please contact the church office. You’ll receive a bi-weekly card with a scripture verse and words of encouragement. The cards are a tangible reminder that you are not alone; God is with you always, and you are surrounded by prayer.
Whole Health Ministry
The Whole Health Ministry meets the the first Tuesday of the month from 4:30-6:00 in fellowship hall. We welcome all who can attend. The goal of the Whole Health Ministry is to assist our congregation and community to reach optimum health in mind, body and spirit. Using the teachings found in scripture, we offer one on one assistance, educational programs, emotional support and activities that enhance the well being of our community of faith. For futher information on WHM, please contact Chairman Ami Colee and include your phone number for a return call.
To learn more about these FPCM Home Health/Care Ministries, contact Regina Buchanan.