Support Ministries

 

Never Alone – Our cancer support group, Never Alone, meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month in the Parlor and is open to all people affected by cancer: patients, survivors, family & friends, and caregivers. They also offer one-on-one sessions with people with cancer. Contact Doris Vose for more information.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – Meets every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30am in the Fellowship Hall

Al-Anon – Support group for friends and families of problem drinkers meets every Tuesday at Noon

Board of Child Care  A human services organization that helps children, and a ministry of the United Methodist Church, BCC provides service to children and families who require physical, emotional, and behavioral support

Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) – meets the second Tuesday of the month (September through June); children at 5:30pm and adults at 7pm

Communion Ministry  Trained lay ministers deliver communion monthly to sick and homebound members of the congregation

Employment Network  designed to give those who are searching for a vocation and those willing to help them a roundtable forum to discuss their situations, the Employment Network meets on Monday mornings at 9:00am.

Kindness Kitchen – Volunteers provide meals to those in the congregation and community who need assistance during times of illness or other crises.  Members of the Kindness Kitchen Ministry Team all agreed that the grace of the ministry works both ways as many recalled how they were blessed by taking a meal to someone. 

InSpirit Counseling Services A not-for-profit, community-based organization dedicated to strengthening emotional and spiritual health by providing counseling and psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, families, children and adolescents.

Stephen Ministry – The Stephen Ministry is a confidential, lay-caring ministry grounded in Jesus’ command to love one another. Those who are going through difficult times receive love and support through one-to-one caring relationships.  The ministry is named after Stephen, one of the first deacons in the early Christian church, commissioned by the apostles to care for the needs of people in the Christian community