Sick & Visitation Ministry

This ministry provides encouragement to sick and home bound members through home, hospital, and nursing home visitation. Members of this ministry visit our nursing homes and home bound members monthly. They send get well cards, a copy of our church bulletin and other Christian literature to comfort those who are sick and home bound, allowing our members to continue being an active part of the church.

The Sick/Visitation Ministry meets the last Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Board Room. For more information contact Felecia Dailey.

Grief & Loss Ministry

The aim of this ministry is to minister emotionally, spiritually and socially to fellow Christians within the church family and community who are experiencing a significant loss. Our church volunteers provide care to those in need through phone calls, cards, personal visits, and support groups.

Our Grief Support Group meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month (excluding the summer months) at 6:00 p.m. in the Parlor. For more information contact Mr. Jerome Crawford.

Health & Wellness Ministry

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The Health & Wellness Ministry is a volunteer ministry working under the umbrella of Congregational Care, and the direction of Rev, Vernessa Barnes. This ministry is comprised of both medical and non-medical volunteers, including nurses, social workers, and physicians.This ministry works in conjunction with the Sick and Visitation Ministry, Grief Ministry, and Wellness Ministry. As a result of referrals we offer assistance to our sick and home-bound members, as well as those in need of advocacy. While we do not provide direct care we can help you navigate the complex world of the healthcare system.The objective of this ministry is to provide supportive service to Individuals with healthcare needs through advocacy, telephonic monitoring, assistance with errands, and community programs

Our Ministry conducts blood pressure screenings on Sunday mornings and monitors members’ blood pressure. We also respond to medical emergencies during services.

Assimilation Ministry

This ministry serves to welcome new members to the church and provides them with a path for successful assimilation into the church body and the life of Christ. They also provide children, youth, and adult classes for new members. This ministry is responsible for conducting the PLACE workshop that aids them in helping members become a part of the ministries where they might further hone their spiritual gifts.

Meets the 1st Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the Boardroom