2 Corinthians 1:3-4 tells us that the Father of mercies and the God of all comfort comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort others. Our pastors and staff assure you that you have a church that cares. Please let us know how we can help.
Congregational Care is the conduit for our pastors, staff and volunteer members of the congregation to come alongside those within our body and in our community who are in need, providing appropriate spiritual, practical and emotional care and support. We also offer Biblical application and education concerning finances, career, spirituality, and relational issues.
Our care is most effective when we are made aware of people in need and in a timely manner. This is one of the main reasons we want to broadcast Congregational Care to our church family so that everyone knows who to call to receive help when they need it most.
If you find yourself in the hospital or a rehabilitation center, let us know so we can give you encouragement and pray with you. Or if you know of anyone who may need a visit, let us know by contacting Joyce at 480.824.7334, or by filling out a Communication Card during a worship service.
When a death occurs and you need assistance, please call Carol Hubner at 480.824.7238. Be sure to leave complete contact information so Carol will be able to call you and arrange a meeting as soon as possible.
The Helping Hands ministry exists to support those in our congregation and the community who have limited financial resources or physical restrictions. Our group of volunteers are available for projects such as small household repairs, landscaping needs, or assistance with computers or electronic equipment as well as occasional help with meals or donations of household items. If you have a need, please contact Sonia Cleverly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for understanding that our ability to fill your request depends on a myriad of factors including availability of appropriately skilled volunteers, scheduling coordination, and the scope of the request. Helping Hands volunteers hold a current cleared background check; scheduling of a job assumes our volunteers will be held harmless. During this season of extra caution, our volunteers will wear face coverings and we ask that homeowners do the same.
Would you like to be part of the Helping Hands Team? Register here and we will contact you about next steps to join this service team. Thank you!
Congregational Care Pastor
Neil Montgomery, 480.824.7252
Congregational Care on-call: If you have an emergency after 5pm, please contact the pastor on-call at 480.334.4102.