Care Ministry


— demonstrating God's compassion and love 

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. We're here to help.

Care Events


Cancer Support Community Luncheon 
Sunday, March 15, 2020
2:30 pm - 1:30 pm,  fELLOWSHIP hALL 

For those living with cancer, those caregiving for friends or family members with cancer, or any persons affected by cancer and in need of support.

Led by Leah Vanderwerp Walton, Program Director of Gilda’s Club Kentuckiana, along with Jane Myers, Pastoral Counselor, and Rev. Melissa Head, Associate Pastor for Care Ministries. 



Special Communion and Lunch 
Wednesday March 18, 2020 
11:30 am - 2:30 pm , Sanctuary & Fellowship Hall 

The service is in the Sanctuary at 11:30 am with lunch immediately following in Fellowship Hall. 

This special communion service is designed for those who find it difficult to attend church on Sunday mornings for a variety of reasons.

Do you have a friend, relative, neighbor to whom you could be living proof of God's love by bringing them to Special Communion? RSVP by calling Lisa Watkins at 893-2201, ext. 245 or email

Counseling and Care


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.

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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.

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Support and Groups


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.


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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. 


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serve in care ministry

If you feel called to offer your spiritual gifts in Care Ministry, we have a number of opportunities for compassionate service, including hospital and nursing home visits, prayer team, communion visitation, meals ministry, card writers, grief care, support calls, Congregational Care ministers and support group facilitators.




Lisa Watkins
Intergenerational Care Coordinator

office: 502-893-2201 x 245

Alicia Lewis
Administrative Assistant for Care Ministries

office: 502-893-2201 x226