CARE AND PRAYER
If you have a concern or praise that you wish to be lifted up to God in prayer please click on the "prayer request" button, or click here.
The ministers of 1st UMC regularly visit members and their families who are in the hospital. Volunteers and staff also call and visit members who are homebound and can no longer attend worship. Communion is taken to those persons who desire it.
At 1st United Methodist Church, we care for our congregation and their families with support during times of illness and loss. We also offer congratulations during times of joy and new birth. Congregational Care ministries play a vital role in bringing the church community together as the body of Christ.
You can become a part of this rewarding ministry and serve the congregation by spending time in prayer, visiting with a homebound , offering transportation to those in need or simply writing notes of encouragement to those going through a difficult time.
For more information on Congregational Care Ministries contact Rev. Sarah Slack.
Click below for more information on other Care and Prayer opportunities at 1st UMC.