Associate Pastor for Care Ministries
office: 502-893-2201 x263
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.
Many of us face the holidays with nervous anticipation. While the rest of society is focused on decorations, gatherings and food, others may be focused on survival and do not feel like participating at all. All are welcome to join us for a support group on grief and loss and the holidays. We can find care and support when we gather to listen and share with one another. For more information and to sign up, email Melissa Head. No registration is required and you are welcome to drop in any week.
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 available at no charge. While there is no fee, this ministry depends on financial support through regular donations.
If you are an existing client, simply click the appropriate link below to schedule a Zoom appointment
If you need to speak to a counselor urgently, please call | (502) 893 - 2201 x230
This valuable ministry is available to the Christ Church congregation. If you would like to support this ministry financially, with either a one-time or recurring gift, please click below.
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.
Christ Church has several ways of resourcing those with unique and special needs to be included in worship.
We believe all children are a blessing. We strive to offer inclusive children’s ministries. If you have any concerns or unique needs, please, contact our Children's Ministry Director Janet Hagerty
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.
Families Anonymous is a 12-step fellowship for the family and friends of those individuals with drug, alcohol, or other related behavioral issues.
Mondays | 6 to 7 pm in Room 156
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem.
Tuesdays | 6 to 7 pm in Room 156
Closed discussion group for Alcoholics only
Wednesdays | 6 to 7 pm, Room 154
Open discussion group
Saturdays | 8:30 to 9:45 am, Room 250
First Monday of the Month | 3-4:30 pm in Room 253
The CareGiver to CareGiver group is a lay-led group for anyone who cares for a loved one with unique needs…parent, spouse, adult child, sibling, extended family member or friend.
The group offers opportunities to learn about the aging process, stress management, problem solving, self-care, setting boundaries, safety, long-term care, and more.
No registration is required.
Coffee and Conversation | 2nd & 4th Tuesdays | 10:30 am in Room 253
Parents are invited to coffee hosted by the All God's People committee, a committee dedicated to supporting and encouraging families of children/teens with unique and special needs. This gathering is open to church members and the community.
No registration is required.
Contact Betsy Stevens
Start Your Recovery.org
StartYourRecovery.org is a resource for people in Louisville who may be suffering from use disorders. The website features a guide to accredited substance misuse treatment resources in our area. Using the directory, visitors can learn about the type of treatment that’s right for them and connect with highly trusted support. Each facility meets the criteria for a listing in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) database and is ranked on the number of professional certifications earned.
Click here to access the guide or click on the links above.