Prayer & Care

You do not need to walk through the valleys of life alone.

Life is not meant to be lived alone, and the Scriptures beseech us to love and support one another through the trials of life. The following are ways in which our church can support those in need.


The Bible is clear about how we should handle worries and concerns in our lives: by letting our requests be made known to God through prayer. (Philippians 4:6-7If there is something you'd like us to pray about for you, please email us at  and put "prayer request" in the subject line. You can also fill out our Connection Card, which has an area near the bottom in which you can write your prayer needs. This email is checked by our Pastor, Scott Mansfield. Please indicate whether you'd like the prayer to remain private, in which case, only the Pastor and our Elders will be informed. If you'd like the full congregation to be in prayer for you, then please indicate that your prayer request can be shared

Prayer Request

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Care Ministries

Our church has a Care Team that is ready to assemble to meet the needs of people in our congregation and in our community. Some ways in which our Care Team might serve include: making meals for a family after a loved one dies or after a new baby is born; assisting with transportation in an emergency situation; or providing companionship during a family crisis. Please email  with any Care Team questions or requests.

Pastoral Care and Counseling

Our Pastor may be available for various types of counseling, including: one-on-one counseling; marriage counseling; pre-marital counseling; grief counseling and more. To inquire about your counseling needs, please reach out to Pastor Scott Mansfield.

Benevolent Fund

If you find yourself with a financial emergency, our church may be able to assist you. To inquire about financial assistance, please email

"Bear one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ." Galatians 6:2