Care & Support
We offer a variety of care and support for our church and community members. See our prayer offerings below and find out how to get support you need. Have a problem that could use extra prayer? Submit the Prayer & Care form at the bottom of this page to have your prayer submitted to the congregation.
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With the Church currently closed, the prayer shawls have taken up residence with Hunt and Ann. They are actually quite comfortable in the coolness of their new home but they would love to be of comfort to someone in need of God’s love. Please contact Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 768-7013 if you would like a shawl. If you call, the basket will await your visit in their courtyard.
How we support you and your family in prayer during this difficult time? Prayers for health, employment, peace? Please send your prayer requests to the Prayer Team: email@example.com, or fill out
It is hard to get out and many people shouldn’t. Is there something you need delivered from the store? If we are able to help, we have a few volunteers who would like to serve as Go-fers for people who need something but cannot get it on their own. Please pass any requests on to Jarrod at firstname.lastname@example.org
ONLINE COUNSELING SERVICE AVAILABLE
The St. John's staff includes a licensed mental health counselor who is available to meet virtually (using a smartphone or computer) in a secure online platform during these anxious times. If you or someone you know is struggling emotionally, counseling is available. Click here or contact Susan Brumbaugh at 505-506-6717 or email@example.com for more details about session and cost information. Susan also has a Youtube Channel with mindfulness tips HERE.
Stephen Ministers are members of St. John’s who have gone through 50 hours of training to provide high quality, confidential Christian care to individuals experiencing a crisis or life challenge such as divorce, grief, job loss, hospitalization, relocation, or loneliness.
How does someone get a Stephen Minister?
If you or someone you know could benefit from the care of a Stephen Minister, please call the office 505-883-9717 or email firstname.lastname@example.org