The Pastoral Care Ministry is concerned with expressing the love of Jesus as he would express his love to those with emotional, psychological, physical health, and spiritual needs. It is our responsibility to extend a personal touch to meet these needs, to promote a caring concern within the body of Christ at Park Cities, and to provide professional resources that address needs of those within the body of believers and those in our community.
The Pastoral Care Ministry provides:
Ministry to those who are ill, either in local hospitals, at home or in care facilities.
Ministry with those who are bereaved, by providing funeral/memorial services.
Counseling resources and referrals to those with special counseling needs.
Ministries such as grief support, cancer support, etc.
- Celebration of Remembrance Service
Grief Support Group
Our Grief Support Group is open to anyone who is grieving the loss of someone close. This group is sponsored by people who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time. Each week, participants will view and discuss videos containing biblical teaching on grief and recovery topics. Workbooks are $15, but fee may be waived, if needed.
Date: Fall 2016, dates to be determined
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Place: Room 303 Reed/West Building
Childcare: By reservation only. Please click here to register your child.
For more information, call the Pastoral Care Office, 214.860.1567
The Widows' Group
Widows of all ages are invited to The Widows' Group for dinner, fellowship, and support on the last Tuesday of every month. Please call Martha Howard at 214-361-4980.
Recent widows are invited to join other widows for monthly dinners, and emotional support and encouragement. For more information, please contact Dr. Debi Newman at 214-860-1560 or the Pastoral Care office at 214-860-1567.
Help for Heavy Hearts
"Help for Heavy Hearts" is a newsletter produced by the Pastoral Care Ministry of PCBC for those who are grieving. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please call 214-860-1567.
If you know of a hospitalization of one of our members, or you know of someone who needs a hospital visit, please email Jack Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Laurie Elkins at 214 860-3901.
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