You don’t have to face the difficult times alone. CARES Ministry is a compassion ministry for people facing difficult challenges in their lives such as loss of a loved one, divorce, or illness. It is one-to-one, confidential, Christ-centered care provided by laypersons who have been equipped by the church with specific training. Being a CARES Minister is a practical and powerful way to respond to Christ’s commandment: “Love one another as I have loved you.”
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered program that helps us deal with life’s “hurts, habits, and hangups.” The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through the eight recovery principles found in the Beatitudes (Matthew 5:1-11) and the Christ-centered 12 steps.
Celebrate Recovery is at our Genesis Church campus at 205 Martin Luther King Blvd. on Wednesday evenings beginning at 5:15 p.m. in the Sanctuary. For more information on Celebrate Recovery contact Jody Farrell at or Janice Hanna at .
This grief support group is a class designed to walk an individual through the grieving journey. This 13-week class offers group discussion, workbook, and video components. The cost is $15 and the group meets from March 4th through May 27th from 6-8pm in the Wesley Building Library Room 303. For more information contact Kim Witte at or 442-1840.
Healing Prayer Ministry
We believe God restores and will ultimately make all things new. We have team members specifically trained to minister to wounds caused by damaged emotions and difficult life experiences. For a Healing Prayer appointment, call 479-442-1840.
Pastors visit the hospitals daily. We also offer an on-call line in the evening and on weekends for emergency situations. Please call the church office at 479-442-4237 for more information.
When you can’t come to see us, we will come to you. We are readily available in times of hospitalization, rehabilitation, and loss. Our Visitation Team moves out weekly to visit those members who are homebound, in residential facilities, or physically unable to attend worship services.