"Bear one another's burdens,
and so fulfill the law of Christ."
Stephen Ministry Is Our Congregation's One-to-One Caregiving Ministry
As Stephen Ministers walk with you through your troubled times when life can seem barren or forlorn, God works to plant a seed
of hope and healing in your life.
And don't many of us go through troubled times in our lives at one time or another?
What do Stephen Ministers do?
- Are There To Support You And Care For You During Your Troubled Times
- Listen To Your Concerns With A Compassionate Heart
- Share Christ's Love With You And Pray With You
- Share Parish and Community Resource Information As Appropriate
- Maintain Confidentiality Of All Aspects Of The Caring Relationship With You
- Attend Faithfully To The Caregiving Process
- Death And Grieving The Loss Of A Loved One
- Hospitalization or Hospitalization Of A Loved One
- Chronic Illness, Cancer and Other Illnesses
- Divorce And All The Concerns Associated With It
- The Stresses Of Long Term Care For Aging And Other Family Members
- Loss Of Employment And Employment Concerns
- Loneliness Or Discouragement
Other Crises In Your Life Where You Need The Support Of
A Caring Heart And A Listening Ear To Travel With You Through Your Difficult Times
Stephen Ministry is YOUR Ministry
You play an important role in our Stephen Ministry. Here's what you can do:
Pray for God to bring hope and healing to the hurting people of our parish
through our Stephen Ministry
Accept Care from a Stephen Minister during your times of need.
God doesn't expect you to bear your burdens alone.
- Tell A Friend, Neighbor, Coworker, or Relative who is hurting about our Stephen Ministry.
If you are a good listener and a compassionate person,
Prayerfully Consider Becoming A Stephen Minister.
"Therefore encourage one another and build up each other."
1 Thessalonians 5:11
Would you like to have a Stephen Minister to journey with you
as you face a difficulty in your life?
To ask for a Stephen Minister
contact Jim Schumacher 214-893-7372 and Dottie McGuill at 972-596-1725
We are here to walk with you through your troubled times
For information about becoming a Stephen Minister,
contact Dottie McGuill at 972-596-1725
“Hear inspiring stories from those who have received the care of a Stephen Minister.”