Are you ready? Be the Blessing!
Our Tender Loving Care (TLC) ministry would be blessed to have a man and woman (couple) join our team. Serving men who are hospitalized, home centered, in nursing homes and assisted living is putting your faith in action. Men visitation relating to other men is a true blessing.
If you are interested in being a friendly visitor to bring meaningful human interaction, please call the church office at 303-322-1867 and you will be contacted with specific details for this faith in action ministry.
There are many more people who are quiet disciples in our congregation who minister without recognition, and we thank you all for your faith in action. You are all blessed to be a blessing to others. Thank you for your prayerful consideration.
Tender Loving Care Ministry at PHUMC is a caring Christ-centered ministry focusing on the unique needs of our congregation. If you are interested in being a part of this vital ministry at PHUMC, please contact Kimberly Scott by calling the church office at 303-322-1867.
We are caregivers to those in life transitions:
- Health Changes
- Grief issues
- Many More
If you are interested in bringing Christ’s love to people in life transitions and have the following gifts:
- Showing compassion
- Maintain strict confidentiality
- We would love to have you join us.
We meet once every other month as we gather for support, education and fellowship. Each caregiver signs up for one week a month to visit those in the hospital, nursing homes and the people on the “We Care Ministry” listing in the Sunday Bulletin.
Congregational Care Transportation Ministry
We currently have a special need in our congregation for transportation. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Congregational Care is looking for people to volunteer to drive those in need of rides to church service. It is our hope to match drivers with riders by Zip Code. Arrangements would be made between rider and driver with very clear expectations for each party. Rides could be either one way or round trip.
This ministry is made up of dedicated prayer warriors who pray the prayer request for others. Prayer is an important part of our mission at PHUMC. God hears our prayers.
What is the Prayer Chain? At each service, there are Prayer Chain Request Cards in the pew rack. All persons attending the service may complete a Prayer Chain Request Card and place it in the Collection plate. The lead person of the Prayer Chain starts the chain by calling the next person on the Prayer Chain listing. Those two persons call the next two on the chain, and so on.
It is important that the prayers are embraced during the week following the Worship Service in which they are received.
If you are interested in being a part of this vital ministry at PHUMC, please contact Monica Johnson by calling the church office at 303-322-1867.