It is our desire to care for each of our members through their time of need. Through these ministries we also provide opportunities for you to grow in faith as you serve the community through care ministries.
This caring ministry offers delivery of meals to those returning home from the hospital (whether for illness or the joyful arrival of a baby) and to those who are homebound or going through treatments. We meet and cook, or cook and deliver individually.
Prayer Shawl/Lap Robe Ministry
This ministry is for those who need to be wrapped, comforted and prayed for while undergoing cancer treatments or other life challenges. Blessings and prayers are knitted into every shawl, while meditation calms and enriches the soul. Learning and teaching knitting and crocheting provides fellowship and inter-generational bonding.
Support or Care Groups
Christian Men’s Cancer Support Group
Second Mondays; 6:30pm-currently suspended
The Men’s Cancer Support Group allows men who are or have experienced cancer to share concerns, promote hope, and receive support from each other. We talk about how to help spouses, children, and others within the family who are experiencing cancer or who have lost a loved one to cancer.
Questions? Contact Pastor Eric Bostrom.
A 13-week grief recovery support group. This group currently meets online only. Learn more about Sheridan’s group.
Most people will tell you that separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they’ve ever faced. It’s a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you’ve never faced before. DivorceCare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. This group currently meets online only. Learn more about Sheridan’s DivorceCare Group.
Parkinson’s Support Group
First Thursdays; 1:30pm-currently suspended
Meets monthly for 90 minutes. Linda Hirschfeld and Glenn Schumann will share their wisdom and experience as caregivers and offer support. Caregivers can come alone or along with their family member with Parkinson’s.
Health and Wellness Activities
Fun and fellowship, participation in sports, with emphasis on nutrition, being together for fellowship and growth in faith are incorporated into youth and adult activities. Exercise programs and walking for health and for support of community causes are encouraged with the help of lay leaders and volunteers.