What is Stephen Ministry?
One-To-One ministry by a trained and caring friend.
What is a Stephen Minister?
A Stephen Minister is a believer who has been called by God, given special training and commissioned to be a personal, confidential, Christian caregiver in the lives of those who are in need.
Who Does the Stephen Minister Help?
People who are lonely, disabled, homebound, in need of someone to talk to, in need of someone to listen, struggling in their faith in God, having marital problems, separated or in the process of divorce, grieving the loss of a loved one, dying, as well as the families of those who are terminally ill, hospitalized, experiencing financial difficulties or loss of a job and anyone new to our congregation.
How Can I Request a Stephen Minister?
Simply contact John Hubeler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-992-1980 ext. 3 and ask for a Stephen Minister.
How Can I Become a Stephen Minister?
Contact John Hubeler at email@example.com or 602-992-1980 ext. 3 and tell him you want to become a Stephen Minister. Trainings are on 2nd and 4th Monday nights at 6:30 in the Modulars.
Barnabas Ministry – The Encouragement Ministry
We send greeting cards to those who are grieving, lonely, ill and hospitalized. If you would like to become a Barnabas minister or would like further information, please contact John Hubeler at firstname.lastname@example.org or
602-992-1980 ext. 3.
Prayer Warriors and Prayer Chain
Both groups pray for people, places, events, and groups. Prayer Warriors pray each Sunday during the 9:30 AM service in the secretary’s office. Members of the Prayer Chain pray at home on issues ranging from the health of a person, the state, the nation, a ministry, or your finances – we tackle every issue.
If you would like to get involved in the Prayer Chain or Prayer Warriors, or would like further information, please contact John Hubeler at email@example.com or 602-992-1980 ext. 3