Care Ministries

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Stephen Ministers provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care and support to people experiencing grief, divorce, cancer, job loss, loneliness, disability, relocation, and other life difficulties.If you would like to learn more about receiving the confidential care of a Stephen Minister, please contact the church office at 377-6610 to be referred to either Pastor Reichmann or a Stephen Leader.


Divorce Care for Kids (DC4K) 

Are your children angry, hurt, and confused about your separation or divorce? A DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) group is a safe, fun place where your children can learn skills that will help them heal. (Please Click here for more information about DC4K) DC4K groups blend, games, music, stories, videos and discussion to help kids process the divorce and move forward. This program is recommended for children ages 5 to 12.  To learn more or to register for this session click here.
If you are interested in learning more about our care ministries please email us at: connect or call the office at 262-377-6610. 

Divorce Care

DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone. To learn more about DivorceCare click here.
If you are interested in learning more about this program please email us at: connect or call the office at 262-377-6610.

Single & Parenting

Who are Single Parents?
  • Anyone who is parenting solo!
  • Widowed, divorced, separated
  • A grandparent rearing grandchildren
Topics addressed include:
  • Feeling tired and overwhelmed?
  • Worrying about money and career?
  • Handling adversity?
This ministry offers real hope that with God’s love you & your children can thrive.
If you are interested in learning more about this program please email us at: connect or call the office at 262-377-6610.

Share A Meal Program

Hospitalization, illness, death in the family are all reasons individuals might need short term meal assistance.

Helping Hands

Rides to church, Dr.’s appointments, the grocery store, etc. can be difficult for some. Offering someone a ride is a great way to make a new friend and help someone in need.

Shut-In Ministry

The shut-in ministry is a very fulfilling ministry meeting a great need of the elderly. Some of the elderly members of the church can no longer physically make it to services on a regular basis or even at all. Some are still in their own homes, while others are in nursing homes. Volunteers from the church make weekly visits to these members. They are given a CD of the latest church service to stay in touch with the church and to be able to worship wherever they are located.

Money Life Coaching

Trained individual financial counselors are available to help you get your finances in order.

Grief Care

If you or someone you know is grieving a loss, we invite you to consider joining Grief Care. This Christ-centered grief support group will meet in Pastor Reichmann’s office off of the FIL Fellowship Hall. If you are experiencing grief after the loss of someone special to you, you may have asked yourself:

  • What is happening to me?
  • Am I going crazy?
  • Why should I go on anymore?

Consider joining a group of caring Christian individuals to safely share your thoughts, feelings and fears. You will learn you are not crazy, you are experiencing the intense emotions that make up grief. Although your journey through grief will be uniquely your own, by sharing with others you may find the weight of your emotions lighten. You may also learn strategies for effectively dealing with the emotional and practical challenges grief can create.

The only way out of grief is going through it. Consider joining others who can understand and empathize with your loss. Contact the church office for more information or to register, 262-377-6610.

GriefShare: Surviving the Holidays

Contact Pastor Reichmann for additional information.

The loss of someone close may present new challenges during the holidays. Why?

  • The holidays can amplify your emotions as you relive and recall memories of past holidays shared with your loved one. These emotions are powerful, real, and can be painful.

Please consider attending a special grief support workshop that offers you an opportunity to share your loss and concerns, while learning from others. Topics include:

  • Why are the holidays so tough?
  • What can I expect?
  • How can I prepare for the holidays?
  • Learn how to manage relationships, and holiday event.
  • Learn to use the holidays to heal your heart.
  • Consider bringing a friend or relative.