Major Events & Emergencies
If you have a birth, death, or hospitalization, please let us know
- Contact (704) 927-1251 during business hours
- Contact (704) 376-3695 after hours and on weekends
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to support you in life’s big moments.
We all face challenges when we need care and support. The church is here to share those moments with you, caring for you and sharing God’s love with you. We can be a source of help and hope for one another.
All of our pastors offer pastoral care for those in our midst. Pastors visit members in the hospital, in nursing homes and senior living facilities, and in their homes. If you want to connect with a pastor, email email@example.com
One of our pastors is on call 24/7. If you are experiencing an emergency, such as a death or a hospitalization, call (704) 376-3695. After business hours, follow the prompts to leave a message for a pastor to return your call.
To be added to our prayer list, call the church office or let any of our pastors know.
Stephen Ministries is a not-for-profit Christian education organization founded in 1975 that produces training and resources known for their excellence, practicality, psychological integrity, and theological depth. These resources cover topics such as caring ministry, assertive relating, spiritual gifts discovery, grief support, spiritual growth, and more.
Stephen Ministers are available to listen and comfort. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to seek the care of a Stephen Minister or inquire about training.
Articles & Resources
If you or someone you love is experiencing a mental health crisis or exploring thoughts of suicide, text or call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.
Mental Health Matters
Our mental health is not only essential for our emotional well-being, but also vital for our spiritual growth and our ability to serve God and others.
By prioritizing mental health, we can foster healthy relationships within our faith community, offering support and encouragement to one another, and fulfilling the biblical call to “bear one another’s burdens” (Galatians 6:2).
Below you’ll find some resources to support your mental well-being.
- Connect with a pastor
Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine if you’re experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Screens are free, confidential, and scientifically validated.
- wTalking with your health care provider about your mental health
- 31 Ways To Work On Your Wellness
- Understanding Mental Health
- Workplace Mental Health Toolkit for Workplace Leaders
- Ask a Therapist from IDONTMIND
- Sharable Resources About Suicide
- Protecting Youth Mental Health in a Digital World
Serve With Care and Compassion
Members of the church join in the ministry of care in the following ways:
- Heavenly hosts – offer hospitality to families and guests during funeral receptions
- Funeral ushers – welcome guests and distribute bulletins at funeral services
- Prayer ministry