Care and Support
To find out more about care ministries and options for virtual meetings during the corona virus,
please contact Rev. Ed Volfe at, 972-562-8556, x3208.

Congregational Care Ministries

As the church family we reach out to care for each other by praying, writing notes, making phone calls, bringing food, creating prayer shawls, and more. For more information about serving in caring ministries, please visit our Congregational Care page.

Grief Support

Adult grief recovery sessions are offered at various times throughout the year. All are welcome regardless of church affiliation or membership. Some of the groups are meeting virtually during the corona virus and the contacts listed can help you with more information. Read more…

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry is a Christian one-on-one confidential care-giving ministry. Trained Stephen Ministers walk alongside people who are suffering from crises such as serious illness, grief, job loss, family difficulties, or other challenging life events, offering emotional and spiritual encouragement. Read more…

Families Anonymous

Created as a fellowship for the family and friends of individuals with drug, alcohol, or related behavioral issues, Families Anonymous groups meet regularly for mutual support. Virtual meetings are available Tuesdays @ 7:00 p.m. Click here for details. Contact: or call 972-839-0969.

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL)

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones is a parent support group providing hope, guidance, support, and addiction education to those who are affected by addiction. Parents and siblings over 18 are welcome at the Zoom meetings, Mondays at 7:15 pm. Contact: Grace, 602-818-1449.