For in need of care during COVID-19 please contact us by phone or email.

We are all ministers of Christ whether we are in ordained ministry or not. It is our privilege and responsibility to care for each other in times of joy and sorrow.

Through the various ministries of care within the congregation we seek to support those in need and celebrate with those who rejoice. Though God has called some of us to specific ministries in the church, we are all called to care for and serve those in need. We also care for our staff as we care for each other by giving them the opportunity to follow God’s call in our midst while compensating them fairly.

For in need of care during COVID-19 please contact us by phone or email.

We are all ministers of Christ whether we are in ordained ministry or not. It is our privilege and responsibility to care for each other in times of joy and sorrow.

Through the various ministries of care within the congregation we seek to support those in need and celebrate with those who rejoice. Though God has called some of us to specific ministries in the church, we are all called to care for and serve those in need. We also care for our staff as we care for each other by giving them the opportunity to follow God’s call in our midst while compensating them fairly.

Pastoral Care

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Psalm 46:1

It is our privilege to minister to members of our congregation during times of joy and sorrow. Life brings many changes and challenges and through the ministry of our Deacons, Parish Nurse and Pastor we seek to bring comfort, healing and hope during difficult times. Our pastor is always available to visit with members when they are hospitalized as well as calling upon them in their homes. It is a great joy to share God’s love with those in need and one that strengthens the entire family of God. If you or someone you love would welcome a visit from one of our pastors please contact the church office.

Deacons

Church Deacons are responsible for local missions in the Kenosha community and for directing the congregation’s care and attention to those in need, the lonely, and those effected by disaster within our church and throughout our local area. Our Deacons can be reached through the church office.

Parish Nurse

The Parish Nurse is a ministry of our Board of Deacons to encourage health in our church members in body, mind, and spirit. Our parish nurse organizes regular blood drives, hosts informational events and health presentations, maintains regular blood pressure checks after worship, organizes the Senior Lunch, and is available to answer questions and interpret medical information. The parish nurse is not a medical caregiver, but is available for information, prayer, and visitation.

Contact our Parish Nurse Karen Sorenson.

Pastoral Care

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Psalm 46:1

It is our privilege to minister to members of our congregation during times of joy and sorrow. Life brings many changes and challenges and through the ministry of our Deacons, Parish Nurse and Pastor we seek to bring comfort, healing and hope during difficult times. Our pastor is always available to visit with members when they are hospitalized as well as calling upon them in their homes. It is a great joy to share God’s love with those in need and one that strengthens the entire family of God. If you or someone you love would welcome a visit from one of our pastors please contact the church office.

Deacons

Church Deacons are responsible for local missions in the Kenosha community and for directing the congregation’s care and attention to those in need, the lonely, and those effected by disaster within our church and throughout our local area. Our Deacons can be reached through the church office.

Parish Nurse

The Parish Nurse is a ministry of our Board of Deacons to encourage health in our church members in body, mind, and spirit. Our parish nurse organizes regular blood drives, hosts informational events and health presentations, maintains regular blood pressure checks after worship, organizes the Senior Lunch, and is available to answer questions and interpret medical information. The parish nurse is not a medical caregiver, but is available for information, prayer, and visitation.

Contact our Parish Nurse Karen Sorenson.

Prayer Chain Ministry

The Board of Deacons maintains a “chain of prayer” to surround those in need with the prayers of the church. A telephone tree and mass email alert prayer chain members of those in need of prayer with little or no detail.

If you would like to add a name to the Chain of Prayer, please contact the church office.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

A ministry of our Board of Deacons, the Prayer Shawl ministry uses the knitting and crocheting talents of people in the church to create shawls that are given to people inside and outside the congregation as a reminder of God’s presenceand our prayers.

Shawls are given to those who are ill, those who have lost loved ones, those celebrating weddings and the birth of children, and many others. Each shawl is prayed over as it is created and given in the hopes that those prayers and God’s presence will be felt in a real way.

Prayer Chain Ministry

The Board of Deacons maintains a “chain of prayer” to surround those in need with the prayers of the church. A telephone tree and mass email alert prayer chain members of those in need of prayer with little or no detail.

If you would like to add a name to the Chain of Prayer, please contact the church office.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

A ministry of our Board of Deacons, the Prayer Shawl ministry uses the knitting and crocheting talents of people in the church to create shawls that are given to people inside and outside the congregation as a reminder of God’s presenceand our prayers.

Shawls are given to those who are ill, those who have lost loved ones, those celebrating weddings and the birth of children, and many others. Each shawl is prayed over as it is created and given in the hopes that those prayers and God’s presence will be felt in a real way.