Prayer & Care

As a church, we pray and care for one another through the good times and bad times. One of the ways we pray and care for one another is through our Congregational Care Ministry team.

Congregational Care Ministers

Congregational Care Ministers (CCMs) are a team of trained lay persons who work with our Congregational Care department to meet the care needs of our church family. CCMs visit retirement homes, hospitals, rehab centers, nursing facilities, and homes of members who can no longer attend church. They may also telephone or meet one-on-one with persons needing a listening ear for prayer and encouragement and offer support to grieving families, and/or be involved with other specialized ministries. This lay-clergy partnership enables us to provide another level of care to our church family.

CCMs are background checked and extensively trained in the areas of prayer, crisis, death and dying, and providing care to those in need. The theology of care of a CCM includes recognizing that God has called us to care for others to share the redemptive power of God’s love and Jesus’ sacrifice.


If you need prayer or someone to visit you, please contact Carissa Welsh, Director of Adult and Youth Discipleship, or call the church office at (913) 845-2814.

Kirsten Robinson
Director of Adult & Youth Discipleship