Congregational CareThe mission of Congregational Care is to glorify God by providing leadership to the congregation and bring expression to the simple command “love one another.” It answers the question, “How might we be the hands, feet and heart of Christ?”
The Health Ministry Team recognizes the Church’s role in the wholeness of body, mind and soul. As the hands and feet of Christ, they strive to serve the congregation and community with compassion and integrity, through the provision of education and resources. Volunteers seek out opportunities to improve the physical, emotional, and spiritual health of our congregation and surrounding community.
- Anyone seeking information about domestic abuse, depression or substance abuse can find it in the brochure racks of the bathrooms. These are free!
- Free blood pressure screenings are now available after every Sunday morning service in the small kitchen next to the library. Feel free to bring in your own BP equipment and compare results!
Provide friendly visits as needs arise with those members who are confined to their home.
Contact and aid First Church members, who are not members of a small group, when they have a need, concern or sorrow.
The purpose of the Hospitality Council is to make people, especially new members and visitors, feel welcome and become an active and integral part of First Reformed Church.