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Spiritual Care

Spiritual Care Ministry involves sharing God's love and grace with those in various difficult situations in life and offering support and encouragement through God's word and prayer. This takes place through our Visitation Ministry, through specialized materials to support those dealing with cancer, and through support groups for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one and for those who are separated or divorced. There are many opportunities to become involved in Spiritual Care Ministry, either by serving in these ministries or receiving care yourself.

Kay Christoffersen, Care Connections Minister


Support Groups


GriefShare is a video-based, Christian grief recovery support group. Those who have suffered the death of a loved one are welcome to attend. A new 13-week group begins each fall and spring. You may begin at anytime throughout each 13-week cycle, since each session is self-contained.

GriefShare meets at 6-8 p.m. each Wednesday.

*A new winter/spring session will be on Wednesdays from February 1 to May 10 in Great Room B. There will not be a meeting on Ash Wednesday, February 22, but the sessions
will continue during Lent. To register for GriefShare, click here.

Loss of a Spouse

This two-hour seminar is like a typical GriefShare meeting, with a short video followed
by small-group discussion. The video features expert Christian counselors, authors, and pastors, including new interviews with some of your favorites from the GriefShare curriculum.

The next Loss of a Spouse seminar is TBD.




DivorceCare is a video-based, Christian support group for those who are separated or divorced.
A new 13-week groups begins each fall and spring. You may begin anytime throughout
each 13-week cycle, since each session is self-contained.









DivorceCare meets at 6 p.m. each Tuesday.

*A new winter/spring session will be February 7 to May 9 in Great Room B.

To register for DivorceCare, click here.

For more information about DivorceCare, click here.

Cancer Companions

Whether you are a cancer patient, a cancer survivor, family, or caregiver, we are here

to support you. Cancer Companions is a nationwide ministry of caring people who are trained,
peer counselors. Using specifically designed materials, we will help cancer families

and friends get through difficult times. The winter/spring sessions will be 9-10:30 a.m. Saturdays,

January 21, February 18, March 18, April 15, and May 20, in Room 120/121.

Please contact Kay Christoffersen for more information.

Visitation Ministry

When you are hospitalized, ill, recovering, grieving, or in other difficult circumstances in life,
we would like to "be there" for you by sharing encouragement and God's love through
a ministry of presence. If you would like a visit in any type of situation or setting,
please contact Kay Christoffersen.

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