The Congregational Care Team

Congregational Care Mission Statement

             The mission of the Congregational Care Team is to recognize and assist in meeting the needs of our members and, with God’s help, respond with Christian love and compassion.  

 Alzheimer’s Support Group: This open loving group meets on the first Monday of the month from September through May at 5:30 in the Prayer Room. This is open to anyone touched by Alzheimer’s. Prayer services of hope and healing are held throughout the year.   

Grief Support Group:  Beyond the broken heart is a support group for those grieving the death of a love one.  If you are grieving please join us on the journey through grief. First meeting will be Sept. 14 at 3:00 in the Trinity Parlor   

Elder Shepherds: This is a way for the church, through the elders and other volunteers, to remain in contact with all members of the congregation.

Flower Ministry:  Flowers from Sunday services are arranged for   delivery to our sick, hospitalized, shut-ins, and to families on joyous occasions. 

Hospital Ministry:  Volunteers visit church members who are hospitalized and offer prayers and encouragement. Upon discharge they are provided soup as needed.

Meals for Individuals with Special Needs: Provide meals for members who are in need due to unexpected circumstances or assistance for those recovering from illness or surgery

Soup Ministry: Home-made soup is delivered to any member of Trinity and Trinity Learning Center as needed  

Memorial Receptions:  After the loss of a family member, the memorial reception team organizes and provides refreshments for the family and guests in the church parlor following the service

Prayer Card Ministry:  Individuals gather every Monday afternoon to unite in prayer for anyone in need. Cards and Bible verses are written and sent to those who have been lifted up in prayer. New births, new members, and thanksgiving for blessings are also honored with cards of celebration.

Helping Hands: If you could use a “helping hand” with a project around your home (or are able to lend a “Helping Hand”) contact

Small Group Ministry: Small Groups are sharing/nurturing groups of people, who seek to grow in Christ-likeness through study, prayer, and service. Some meet weekly and others meet monthly in various settings and formats.  

Transportation Ministry:  Transportation is offered to ambulatory members in need of a ride to Sunday school, Worship Service, and other scheduled church activities.

Outreach Home Ministry:  Communication and interaction with those members who are homebound or have special needs.  

Peggy Watson, Congregational Care Team Chairperson, 850-477-0150

Last Published: August 26, 2016 4:03 PM