Our Congregational Care Ministry is here to help support the members of University UMC by showing Christ’s love to each and every person who comes through our doors each week. Here are some of the different ways we care for our friends and family at University UMC.
¨ Upper Room Prayer Group
This group meets every Wednesday @ 9:30am to pray for those on our Prayer list and others.
¨ Cancer Care Group
Our Cancer Care group comes together every 2nd & 4th Tuesday evening of the month at 6:30pm to provide a support network for those dealing with Cancer as well as their loved ones.
¨ Grief Support Groups
We have two Support groups that meets every Tuesday at 12pm & 6:30pm in our Bride’s Room. Their mission is to provide healing and wholeness to those in need of the loving embrace of Christ.
¨ Prayer Shawl Stitchers
This ministry provides knitted & crocheted shawls for those in need of healing, compassion, and prayer. Our Prayer Shawl Stitchers meet every 4th Tuesday of the Month at 6:00pm in the church parlor to “Meditate, Create, & Donate”
¨ Visitation Team
A group of caring individuals who go out and visit our members when they are in the hospital, Care Centers, or housebound.
¨ Bereavement Team
This team aides the church by assisting families during times of loss and mourning. They are often called upon to help provide/organize meals for funerals/memorials, host at memorial receptions, and other miscellaneous tasks in relation to funeral/memorial services.
¨ Home Communion Team
Our Home Communion Team takes Holy Communion to those of our members who can’t make it to church or who are in need of a little extra blessing.
¨ Visitors Outreach Team
This Team reaches out to our first time visitors through phone calls, e-mails, and letters just to let them know we appreciate them coming to University UMC and we hope to see them again.
For more info or if you are interested in participating in any of our Congregational Care Ministries please contact…
Pastor Heike: email@example.com
Trudy Routh: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you in need of care…?
Our Congregational Care Ministry is here to take care of you, but we can’t help if we don’t know our help is needed. If you or your immediate family is in need of prayer and comfort, a hospital visit, a home visit, please contact us and our staff will take your information down and relay it to the appropriate Congregational Care Ministry Team members.