Elaine Williams - Care Minister
Without Walls Fellowship Church Care Ministries exist to encourage people who may be experiencing difficulty and need someone to support them and is based upon the values set out in Galatians 5.22-23 love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, fidelity, gentleness and self-control , together with compassion, humility, tolerance, forgiveness and thankfulness to God (Colossians 3.12-17).
Who We Are
The Care Ministry Leadership Team is made up of Care Ministers whose role is to develop and oversee a program to serve those in our congregation and community with needs for financial, practical and emotional support.
Who We Help
we seek to serve and minister to the sick and hurting, those without a family support network, as well as those who are in emotional and/or financial difficulty.
What We Do
We will endeavour to respond to requests for assistance, such as counselling referrals, meeting practical needs, and granting financial help when applicable and as funds will allow.
How We Help
In all circumstances, we seek to build relationships with individuals and families, so that we can help them most effectively. We commit to pray with them and encourage them spiritually and emotionally, and help them connect to Biblical community. When needs arise, we will assess each circumstance with facts and discernment on a case-by-case basis. We want to help people discover their God-given strengths and assets to help them in solving their problems. Practically speaking, the following programs are used to help us accomplish our mission
- Visitation and Prayer Support with individuals and families
- Counselling Referral
- Financial Counselling through CAB
- Friends and Food Program
- Food Bank
Once a month on the 1st Sunday we take a special Dorcas Offering" in addition to our regular tithes and offerings. All of the money that is given for this special offering goes specifically to support our Care Ministries.
How to Get Involved
- There are many ways to get involved with the Care Ministries. some of them include:
- Help out at a monthly Friends and Food lunch
- Make a meal for someone who is sick, just had a baby or otherwise in need.
- Visit a individual who is unable to get to Church on Sundays anymore.
- Donate to the Food Bank (lists of current needs are available from the Senior Care Minister
- Donate to the Dorcas Fund..
If you have a request for prayer please submit the form below or call 07305980978 someone will help you