Prayer and Care

Benevolence and Counseling

In the book of Matthew, Jesus calls us to “love your neighbor as yourself” and to “care for the least of these.” Our deacon team is here to help address the basic material and emotional needs of people inside our church and within the larger community. Have a need or would like to serve others?

Meal Train

A practical way we serve people is by providing meals during difficult or challenging moments in their lives. It can also serve as a powerful witness to the love of Christ to a friend or family member in need. Examples of these opportunities are:

Bringing home a new baby.
Having a family member in the hospital or having a family member recovering at home from surgery or illness.
The death of a loved one.
A new family has just moved into the area.

Prayer Gatherings

Jesus says, “that my house shall be called a house of prayer.”  One of the most distinctive characteristics of a church that puts God first is a church that regularly prays. We make a point to practice this in numerous ways:

Gathering for prayer in person on Sundays before the service at Zhou B Art Center from 9:30–9:45 AM.
Praying with a deacon after our 10 AM gatherings.
Praying at noon every Monday over Zoom.