Are you a caring person? Become a Stephen Minister!?
Training on Mondays 7-9p.m. starting on Oct. 28.
Learn how to give excellent one-to-one Christian care to people going through tough times. The skills you learn in Stephen Ministry Training will change all of your
relationships for the better!
This training only happens about once every two years, so now is your chance!
Application and interview required. Application deadline is Monday, October 14.
Click here to download the application. Fill it out and email it to
WHAT IS STEPHEN MINISTRY?
Stephen Ministry is the one-to-one lay caring ministry that takes place in congregations. Stephen Ministry congregations equip and empower lay caregivers—called Stephen Ministers—to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting.
WHAT DO STEPHEN MINISTERS DO?
Stephen Ministers are assigned to a person in a transition who needs caring support. They meet once a week with their care receivers for about an hour. They may also check in with the care receiver by telephone, particularly when the care receiver is going through a difficult time. The Stephen Minister’s care helps them resolve the difficulty and achieve growth by listening, asking questions that help identify and deal with feelings, sharing distinctively Christian caring resources, relying on God to achieve the results Stephen Ministers understand that confidentiality is crucial in any caring relationship. They maintain confidentiality and encourage other Stephen Ministers to do the same.
WHO NEEDS A STEPHEN MINISTER?
God never intended or expected for us to bear our burdens alone. Stephen Ministers provide care to those experiencing:
- Loss of Loved One
- Spiritual Crisis
- Job Crisis
- Chronic Illness
- Divorce or Separation
- And much more . . .
STEPHEN MINISTER REQUEST
Going through a difficult time? Stephen Ministers are trained to provide confidential one-on-one Christian care. If you would like to be contacted about receiving care, contact Rita Kobus at firstname.lastname@example.org