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CARE & support



Surviving the Holidays…Wednesday, December 19

Divorced? Separated? Know someone who is? Then a marriage ends, the holiday season can be especially painful. Our Surviving the Holidays seminar helps participants face challenges and discover:

* How to deal with emotions

* Helpful tips for surviving social events

* Ways to help children through the holidays

* How to find hope for the future

Please join us for this encouraging seminar. Register here or contact Mark Mitchell at for more information.


Wednesday evenings
6:30-8:00 pm Room 200

Most people will tell you that divorce and separation are the most painful experiences they've ever faced. It's a confusing time when you feel isolated and have questions about issues you've never faced before. DivorceCare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward building your life. Whether you're in the middle of a divorce, or years past it, the group is designed to support you and help you heal. Find more information about DivorceCare here. Register for DivorceCare HERE. For more information, contact Mark Mitchell at


DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K)

Wednesday evenings
6:30-8:00 pm Room C3

DC4K is designed to help minimize the short- and long-term effects of divorce on your children’s schoolwork, emotional health and spiritual life. As your children begin to heal from the pain and confusion, their relationships with you, God and others will grow healthy and strong. Register HERE. Contact Karen Long at

Marriage Mentoring

Are you
. . . currently struggling in your marriage?
. . . in a strong marriage and would like to grow stronger?
. . . planning on getting married?

Trained couples are ready to help you! In the 6 to 10 week mentoring process, you will identify key threats to your relationship and learn biblical, practical tools to help you deal with the challenges you are facing. To begin mentoring or for more information, contact Pam and Don Palmour at


Our goal is to help people resolve personal issues in a God honoring manner. We have people who are trained to help you in the following areas:

Conflict Coaching - We can meet with you and/or provide written resources to help you explore ways to resolve disputes personally and privately.  

Mediation - Members of our Peacemaking Team lead all the people involved in a conflict through an informal process to promote reconciliation and to help them arrive at a mutually agreeable and God honoring settlement of their differences. 

For more information about Biblical Counseling, Conflict Coaching, or Mediation, contact Pam Palmour, 

Angels In Action Cancer Ministry

“Our mission is to serve those suffering with cancer and their families by offering our time and resources for encouragement, comfort and hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.”  

Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Eph. 6:10


Card Team

Our volunteers gather every other month to prepare over 200 handmade cards for our cancer patients. We pray for each patient and write a personal note of hope and encouragement in each card.

We also participate in an annual 5K walk to raise funds for our card ministry.


For more information about becoming a volunteer on the card team, referring a cancer patient to us, or participating in the 5K, please email Pam at