This group is for anyone who is caring for anyone who is sick, elderly or disabled. It is a tough job, and when you are also the spouse, child, parent or close friend, it adds a whole set of new challenges. Our Caregivers Group, facilitated by a licensed MSW, offers a little respite while letting you know you are not alone. This group will resume in September after a short summer break.
A way for seniors to make new connections and break bread together. One Sunday per month at 12:15 p.m.
Pastor on Call Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM: 248-646-1200 Weekends and Evenings: 248-408-0038 When there is a hospitalization, a death in the family, or any other time you may need urgent pastoral care, we encourage you to use these numbers. The clergy rotate on-call responsibilities to assure that one of them is always accessible.
Professional nurses share their nursing and spiritual skills with members of our church who are in need. They provide monthly blood pressure checks, educational programs, and individual education on current health care issues. First Nurses meet the fourth Wednesday, every other month, beginning in September at 6:30 PM.
Our Prayer Team will pray for you during times of need and also to praise the Lord during times of celebration. All prayers are kept confidential. Prayer Request Cards are available in the pews, in the church office, in the hall outside the sanctuary, and at the Christian Life Center desk. Submit a prayer request.
You have lost someone and things have started to get back to “normal,” but it is still tough. You are not alone! Grief with Grace meets each month for a bite to eat and a confidential round-table pondering of the issues that we all seem to be facing. Reservations required. To sign up or for more information, please call Mary Jane Russell (248-816-1884).
Voice of Hope
A weekly inspirational message, available 24 hours a day. Messages recorded by lay members provide hope, encouragement and spiritual nourishment when it is needed. To listen, call 248-646-6407 and press 2 when your call is answered by our automated phone system.
This ministry supplements the pastoral care provided by our pastors and is offered by members with warm hearts and good listening skills. Visitation volunteers make phone calls, make visits, bring flowers or bring communion to our members who unable to join us at church. We encourage you to let us know about hospitalizations, a death in the family, or if you or someone you know may need a form of visitation.
Geriatric Care Resources
Learn about connections and resources available that are specific to your current situation. The legwork has already been done for you! By appointment. Caring Ministries Office, Birmingham Campus.