Lunch & Learn Gathering
Tuesday, May 23, 11 a.m. in FH203
Join us for a conversation with Scott TenBroeck, founder of Elder Options, to plan ahead for living arrangements in later life.
What are the pros and cons of staying home with support versus moving to senior living? Consider your current and future needs, weigh the costs and find the best fit for you and/or your loved ones. Lunch is $7.
Request Prayer Submit an intercessory prayer request by e-mail, and be assured that Covenant ministers will handle it with compassion and confidentiality. If you like for a minister to contact you, please include your name, e-mail address and/or phone number for follow up. E-mail Your Prayer Request.
Stephen Ministry Stephen Ministers are trained, listening friends who can bring the caring presence of the church to those experiencing difficult life situations, large or small. If you or someone you know might like to be paired with a Stephen Minister, contact associate pastor for congregational care Joan Watson.
GriefShare GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and support group designed to help those who are experiencing grief rebuild their lives after losing a loved one. These sessions are open to any adult regardless of whether your experience is recent or not. Our group is led by caring people who have experienced grief and are professionally trained to help you through the days ahead. We will meet on Mondays beginning Sept. 14 from 7-9 p.m. Contact Joan Watson if you'd like more information.
Presbyterian Samaritan Counseling This non-profit agency offers services on the Covenant campus. If you or someone you know is interested in receiving counseling through the center, learn more about it here.
Covenant Crew A group of volunteers work quarterly to help members with minor home repairs maintenance jobs. Contact parish nurse Mary Mattiacci if you'd like to volunteer or need assistance.
Hospitalizations If you, a member of your family, or a church friend are hospitalized, please contact the church office to let us know! Include the hospital, the room number, and the nature of the hospitalization if possible. If this is an emergency and after hours, call the church office and listen to the message to leave urgent information for the minister on call.
Home Visits The pastoral staff, the parish nurse, and lay members of our visitation teams call on members of our congregation who are known to be chronically ill or otherwise unable to attend church. Home communion can be arranged, and telephone calls and visits are regularly scheduled for homebound members and those in nursing homes.