Stephen Ministry is a well-trained, one-on-one, lay caring ministry to offer care. It is a confidential, ongoing relationship focused on the needs to the individual. Stephen Ministers are people like you — caring Christians who want to make a difference in the lives of people going through difficult times.
The name “Stephen” comes from the Bible in Acts 6. Stephen was the first lay person commissioned by the apostles to provide caring ministry to those in need.
Interested in receiving care or become a Stephen Minister? Email Terri Strawn at email@example.com.
Why might someone need a Stephen Minister?
- Loss of a loved one
- Divorce or separation
- Loneliness or discouragement
- Spiritual Crisis
- Unemployment or a job crisis
- A terminal illness
- Birth, adoption, miscarriage or infertility
- A chronic illness
- Recovery after an accident or disaster
- And many more
Our new session of Grief Share will begin on February 13th. This is a day group that will meet at 10:30 am on Tuesday mornings in Johns Creek. If you are interested in being a part of this 13-week class, please email Angela Sexstone at firstname.lastname@example.org. This group is very helpful for anyone who has experienced a time of loss.
Alzheimer’s Support Group
Do you currently care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s? Our support group
to caregiver’s features different programs, speakers and group sharing time that will help you as you care and support your family. We meet monthly and offer live in person and also on Zoom if you can’t get away to attend. For more information, contact Suzanne Walker at email@example.com.