One way we demonstrate our faithfulness as a Christian community is by caring for each other. In the midst of all of the joys and sorrows of this life we seek to be a present and helpful presence in each other’s lives. We believe that it is the call of every church member to be a caring presence in the midst of this community. All of our clergy are available to respond to your pastoral care needs. If you have a concern you would like to share with them please contact Rev. Doug King.
Prayer Matters: Group Prayer the Third Sunday of the Month
Please share your joys and concerns while praying for the needs of others by joining us in group prayer. We will pray for our family and friends, including those serving our country or stricken with illness, those who have lost their jobs or their homes and those who are suffering from Hurricane Sandy and other natural disasters. There is great strength in praying as a group. As Jesus said, “For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” We will meet the third Sunday of each month from 12:30 to 1 p.m. in the Chapel. In 2019, Prayer Matters will meet June 9, July 21, Aug. 18, Sept. 15, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, and Dec. 15.
If you feel called to offer compassion and support for others, please consider joining the Sunday Prayer Partners team. Prayer partners are available after the service to pray with others and help them find solace in God’s Word. We urge you to consider participating in this important aspect of our service. To volunteer, or if you have questions, contact the Rev. Doug King. This group meets nearly every Sunday, except the first Sunday of the month when the church holds a Healing Service instead.
Service of Healing and Wholeness
The First Sunday of each month immediately following 11 A.M. service in the Chapel of the Reformed Faith
Those who wish may gather in the chapel for a Service of Healing and Wholeness. The liturgy will include the reading of scripture, prayer, and the opportunity for people to come forward and receive individual prayer and the anointing of their forehead with oil making the sign of the cross. Those who attend will receive individual private prayers for the concerns in their lives or the lives of those they love that relate to their spiritual, emotional, or physical well being. As Christians we believe that God claims our entire lives. Recognizing this gift and God’s transformative power, in worship we offer unto the divine all that we are, every joy and concern that inhabits our lives.