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Then he said to them, "Go, eat of the fat, drink of the sweet, and send portions to him who has nothing prepared; for this day is holy to our Lord. Do not be grieved, for the joy of the LORD is your strength.
Within the cycle of life, we are oftentimes faced with challenges that can easily leave us feeling alone, rejected, dejected, unsure and even scared.
Pastoral Care seeks to reinforce the Good News that Jesus cares. His word assures us in Joshua Chapter 1 that He will always be with us. He says, "I will never leave you, nor forsake you."
There is comfort in knowing that Jesus Christ is right there with us every step of the way through the good times and troubling times.
The mission of Pastoral Care Ministry is to be “Living Proof of a Loving God to a Watching World” by providing spiritual and emotional support and encouragement and ministerial assistance to Triumph The Church And Kingdom Of God In Christ
family in times of confinement in facility or hospitalization or bereavement.
We believe it is important to make sure our family know we care and we are here to help through their times of diffulculties.
Responsibilities and Duties
To give leadership to the coordination of care and counseling ministries of the church by pastoral staff members, professional counselors, and lay people.
To provide pastoral care to the church body, especially to those with acute needs, by visiting the sick and hospitalized.
To equip and inspire the men and women in giving effective pastoral care.
To equip the people of this congregation to "bear one another's burdens" by developing some form of lay counseling ministry.
Visit the ill at home or in the hospital,
Support those going through a life crisis,
Maintain contact with those unable to attend church due to illness or disability,
Support friends and family involved in care giving,
Comfort the bereaved.