Congregational Care
Congregational care is the "heart" of the church.  It ensures all people are receiving the nurture and care that they need whether it be shut-ins, people in physical, emotional or spiritual hardship or in need of general nurture.  Some of the programs offered through Congregational Care are:

Trinity Bears is a caring ministry which began in 1998.  Its
members do what a good friend would, providing emotional
support by sending cards and keeping in touch with shut-ins and
making sure that people feel welcome at church gatherings.
They also offer practical help by running errands, providing
transportation for those unable to drive and preparing meals
for those who are recovering from illness or experiencing difficult times.  As it says in Galatians, we are called to "bear one another's burdens," and these are some of the ways in which we can.

Prayer Chain
allows congregants to have spiritual uplifting through prayer.  The Pastor receives a request from an individual or through a second party for prayers.  The Pastor initiates the prayer chain and members of the chain pray in answer to the request.

Coffee Hour
is held after each Sunday service in the Fellowship Hall.             


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