Pastoral Counselor, LCSW, LMFT
office: 502-893-2201 x227
Every day, our lives are caught in the mire of human frailty: illness, death, loss, change, sudden tragedy, prolonged issues and more. Our church family offers prayer, care, comfort, counseling and spiritual support through our Care Ministry. If you or someone you know is in need, contact us.
February 10 – March 3
Wednesdays at 10 am with Pastoral Counselor Jane Myers and Debbie Watt
Finding Peace in an Anxious World uses the book of Proverbs and “The Serenity Prayer” as a guide to help Christians find their way through anxiety, worry, and fear and move towards God’s peace that surpasses all understanding. Using “The Serenity Prayer” as a scaffold, Finding Peace in an Anxious World explores ways to discover peace through scriptural and spiritual disciplines so that we can be rooted in God and energized to live fully as disciples of Christ. Hard copy and e-books can be purchased at unitedmethodistwomen.org. Please contact Shelah Woodruff ( ) with any questions about the study or ordering books.
Pastoral Counseling exists to journey with those who are experiencing challenges and to help them move toward wholeness. We would love to walk alongside you on your journey. Counseling is free for church members and their families.
Congregational Care Ministers are trained in listening, support and loving care to those who are hurting. They are here to walk alongside you and offer support each step of the way as you journey through life's challenges.
We strive to create an environment that is ability inclusive and empowers all individuals to be integrated and engaged at all levels of church participation. We are here to help all God's people experience life in His love.
You are not alone. We offer ongoing groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Families Anonymous, as well as periodic groups such as our Grief Support Group and CareGiver to CareGiver Support Group. We are here to help.