PASTORAL CARE

Pastoral Care is looking out for and looking after our brothers and sisters in the Messiah family, particularly those who are ill, in the hospital, in need, or grief.

There are many opportunities for you to serve according to your gifts, talents, availability, and interest:

  • The Prayer Chain prays for people who are ill, in need, or in crisis. A phone call to Elise Bradford at 407-701-2557 has two dozen prayer warriors praying for your request within the hour.
  • The Casserole Patrol provides meals and food for folks who are sick, have been hospitalized, had a baby, or have had a death in their family
  • Transportation for those who aren’t able to get themselves to Church on Sundays
  • Hospital or home visitation for people who are ill
  • Lay Eucharistic Visitors take communion to those unable to make it to Church on Sunday
  • Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death grief support group in the Spring and Fall of the year. If you’d like to know more about this, please contact Deacon Julie Altenbach at [email protected] or 407-656-3218.

If you’d like to serve, each of these ministries is flexible according to your availablity.

If you have any questions about any of these ministries, or need some care or support yourself, please contact the church office at 407-656-3218 or speak with one of our clergy.

Join Us For An Upcoming Worship Service

Date/Time Event
January 26
8:00am
Traditional Worship
Church of the Messiah Winter Garden FL
January 26
9:30am
Family Worship Service
Church of the Messiah Winter Garden FL

Recent Announcements

Boundaries Class Starting In February

Join us from February 2nd through March 29th to learn when to say "yes" and how to say "no" in order to take control of your life and set healthy, biblical boundaries.  This program uses the book and materials created by    Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend. Cost...

Grief Group Beginning January 26th

The program is a Christ-centered format that provides small group conversations about life, death, grief, and hope by: * Sharing stories of loved ones * Listening to our feelings, thoughts, actions, and beliefs * Learning from each other * Providing tools for personal...

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