Congregational Care

 Growing in Faith, Wisdom and Love

“You shall love your neighbor as yourself, and walk in the spirit of Jesus Christ.”
Matthew 22:39, Mark 12:31, Galatians 5:13, Galatians 5:25

Congregational Care Ministers Training

We were glad to share not only God’s good news with you but also our very lives because we cared for you so much. -1 Thessalonians 2:8

Life is messy and often painful. None of us can avoid the grief and loss that happens in our lives. What we do to help each other get through difficult times can be complex, yet it can be so simple. The love that we share with one another is an extension and expression of the love that Christ has for us.

We care about each person in our congregation, and to aid in our efforts to provide the best and most consistent care we possibly can, Chapel Hill is launching a Congregational Care Ministers ministry. Congregational Care Ministers (CCMs) are lay ministers who work alongside their pastors to provide care for their church family. Opportunities to serve may include providing administrative support, praying with those in the hospital or nursing homes, serving home communion, leading worship at care facilities, responding to prayer requests, making phone calls or sending cards.

Because of the critical nature of this ministry, training is essential for those who will serve as CCMs at Chapel Hill. The inaugural training for our CCMs will be this fall during both sessions of Wednesday Night at the Hill and co-lead by Pastors Jerry Vogt and Jill Sander-Chali.

You must fill out an application, participate in an interview and be approved to participate in the training for CCMs. Requirements for serving as a CCM and the Application for the training will be available on Wednesday, August 3. Applications must be submitted to Pastor Jill (jsander-chali@chapelhillwichita.org) by Wednesday, August 24.

Prayer

The mission and focus of the prayer ministry is to pray for all those listed on the prayer list. The prayer team is comprised of both clergy and laity who are passionate about the positive and healing power of prayer. For more information or to get involved with the prayer team, please contact Cheryl Ashley at cashley@chapelhillwichita.org. To submit a prayer request, please click here.