Let us walk with you through grief, loss, struggle, and hard times. You are not alone.
Each of our pastors provide pastoral counseling for pre-marital, family and marriage, grief, and other life situations where pastoral guidance and prayer are needed.
Our Stephen Ministers are trained caregivers, ready to listen, care for, and encourage. They pray with and for individuals and provide confidential one-on-one care to help people through whatever they are facing. Contact Mary Price (713-408-8408) to be connected with a Stephen Minister. For more information, see “Care Receivers Tell Their Stories.“
This ministry promotes the ongoing process of self-discovery and deepening relationship with God. In confidential, one-on-one meetings, a director guides the directee in recognizing and responding to God’s presence in his or her life.
Al Anon meets every Thursday from 7:15-8:30 pm in S109.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Thursday from 7:30-8:30 pm in S107.
FRIENDS GATHERING RESPITE CARE MINISTRY
Friends Gathering provides mental stimulation and socialization opportunities for anyone who has been diagnosed with dementia or other debilitating disease.
This group provides emotional, practical, and spiritual support for single, young pregnant women who find themselves in an unexpected pregnancy. The primary goal of Embrace Grace is to empower the church to be a safe and nonjudgmental place for these young women to run to when they find out they are pregnant, instead of the last place they are welcomed because of shame and guilt.
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The Care Team contacts members and friends of Christ Church with get well wishes, words of comfort and encouragement, or congratulations. This is done by visits, phone calls, and/or cards.
This team prepares and delivers meals to Christ Church members or families who are walking through loss, or an unexpected circumstance.
We want to champion new parents, by helping them however we can!
Communion Delivery Team
This team delivers and shares communion the first Sunday of the month to persons who are homebound, shut-in or hospitalized.
Christ Church’s Funeral Team sets up for receptions or meals before or after funerals, serves food, and cleans up following the reception.
Prayer shawl team
This team knits or crochets prayer shawls for members, family, or friends of Christ Church experiencing illness, loneliness, or grief. Upon completion, the team prays over each shawl before it is delivered in person, or mailed to people all over the world.
PIECED PRAYERS QUILT MINISTRY
The Pieced Prayers Quilt Ministry meets every Thursday at 10:00 am until around 3:30 pm. Everyone brings their sewing machine and lunch. They make quilts to donate to people in our church who are going through a rough time for whatever reason.
Kairos Prison MINISTRY
The mission of Kairos Prison Ministry is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated men, women, youth, as well as their families, to become loving and productive citizens of their communities. As a Kairos volunteer you can spread the Gospel to some of God’s people searching for help and guidance.
Join the team of over 100 Christ Members that want to be advised of any Mission related project that will be taking place, with the chance of being available to help! Each Hands Team notice will provide information on the scheduled work, time, place and project duration.
If you are home bound or have a compromised immune system, James 1:27 Volunteers will pick up groceries or pharmacy items and deliver them to your home. And, as always, James 1:27 Volunteers can also help with small jobs, projects and home repairs that you may need in and around your home.
Every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, this project brings together the Brazos Valley Food Bank, Christ Church Members and residents of a local mobile home part to help with basic needs. The Brazos Valley Food Bank, working in conjunction with Christ Church, provide food to low-income mobile home park residents in College Station.
Stephen Ministry is the one-to-one lay caring ministry that Christ Church uses to equip and empower lay caregivers—called Stephen Ministers—to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting. For more information, see “Becoming a Stephen Minister.”