What We Do
The Center offers pastoral counseling services for people of all ages. We offer counseling for mental illness, addiction, behavioral problems, marital conflicts or parenting issues. We also provide help to those undergoing stressful life events such as divorce, serious illness or the death of a loved one.
Who We Are
Our ministry network is comprised of pastoral counselors, volunteers and lay leaders, as well as referral contacts.
Do you know someone who is in the hospital or is scheduled for surgery? Are you aware of someone who is in a nursing home or is a rehab resident who would benefit from a visit? Pastoral Care has Visitation Ministry available. If you know someone who would be blessed by this ministry, please contact us to let us know.
We minister to our church family in times of sadness and grief. The bereavement ministry provides funerals, grief share and grief counseling.
What is a HOPE Minister?
Lay persons are trained to provide one-on-one Christian care to persons of our congregation who are experiencing difficulties in life and need the support and comfort of a compassionate, Christian friend. A HOPE Minister is not a counselor but a comfort-giver to a person who is overwhelmed with the challenges of life. If you are interested, please contact us
to schedule an interview.
For more information, please contact our office at 678-285-3255 or email.