Care Ministers go through extensive training on providing one-on-one spiritual care to people who have experienced a significant change or loss in their life (i.e. death of loved one, loss of job, divorce, terminal illness, etc.). As a Care Minister, you have a very tangible opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus as you walk with someone during one of their most vulnerable times. You get to provide care and spiritual support to them so that they never feel alone.
CARE MINISTRY TRAINING
We believe that as the church we have the privilege of being the hands and feet of Jesus as we serve on mission with Him alongside people who are in need. One very tangible way to do this is to serve as a Care Minister. You can serve as a Care Minister by attending our extensive training on providing one-on-one spiritual care to people who have experienced a significant change or loss in their life (i.e. death of loved one, loss of job, divorce, terminal illness, etc.). To learn more about the upcoming training dates please fill out the form below.
LITTLETON CAMPUS ONLY
The Apron Team comes alongside families who have experienced loss by providing receptions after funeral services. There are many opportunities to serve from providing food items, helping with preparing, serving and cleaning up afterward. You will be blessed to be a part of this caring ministry!
POWERHOUSE PRAYER TEAM
Jesus Christ’s example, teaching, and plan for the church compel us to prioritize prayer and to make His church, “a house of prayer for all nations.” Join us for Powerhouse prayer, located in the Prayer Loft during every worship service.
PRAYER RESPONSE TEAM
After each weekend service, our team cares for people and prays for those in need.