The Helping Hands ministry focuses primarily on those within our congregation who may need short term, practical assistance with some of life’s challenges. The ministry focuses on the elderly, widows, widowers, and single mothers. We can also help families adjusting to the birth of a child, illness, surgery or an accident. Helping Hands is often facilitated through community groups serving those in their group. For those not in a community group, we ask the members of the Helping Hands ministry team to assist with the need. Team members serve as handymen, mechanics, and consultants regarding auto and home repair. Others provide transportation, provide meals, light housekeeping duties, run errands, and manage/coordinate projects.
How can you help?
For a church to minister to its flock effectively and efficiently, many hands are needed. If you are being called to serve in these congregational care ministries, contact the church office.
Provide meals as needed to someone with a medical emergency or life change.
Provide a ride to the doctor or airport, or provide transport for guests visiting from the mission field.
Perform the services of ushers, greeters, set-up, serving during the reception and clean-up after the funeral.
Short-Term Assistance Team
Provide help with minor house cleaning, running errands, and other basic needs in the event of emergency or medical recovery.
Provide help with small home repairs, advice on home maintenance and repairs that are needed, and advice on auto repair.