Care Ministry Team

Updates

Many Volunteers Made Light Work!
Thank you to everyone who willingly volunteered your time and energy to make the July 30 Feast the successful day it was!  We thank God first of all for the beautiful weather and for the many guests who came–we appreciate meeting new friends, you are the reason for The Feast celebrations!
Thank you:
  • Pastors and Worship Team for a blessed worship and music time outdoors, to Ashley Chesnut for her very touching solo
  • Care and Hospitality Teams who helped plan and serve that day
  • Building and Grounds Team for setting up tents, tables and chairs
  • Grilling chefs who cooked burgers and hotdogs–a special thank you to Jim and Leah Bothmer for your amazing donation of Omaha Steak burgers AND to all who donated the many delicious side dishes!
  • Adult and Children Ministry Teams for the fun games for all ages!
  • And for everyone who kindly stepped in and helped set up and clean up.
It was a wonderful day and will be etched in memory as a perfect summer CCC event!
Opportunity to Serve!

Please email your willingness to provide meals to those in need at Community Covenant Church. An opportunity to fix several meals will soon be available and we’d appreciate hearing from you. Email Reva Neal at: revaneal@gmail.com

Care Ministry Team

A leading insurance company has a motto:  “Good Hands People.”  The company advertisements show agents standing with hands outstretched, palms upward, indicating they will take care of you.  As a Care Team at Community Covenant Church, we too can extend love to people, showing compassion and care with outstretched hands, loving people the way Jesus loves each of us, overlooking imperfections, extending love the way Jesus did throughout scripture.

Members of this team will make hospital visits, coordinate meals for those in need, provide assistance at home to those having had surgery, send cards when needed, provide awareness of grief support, divorce or abuse group support gatherings, providing flowers or memorial gifts to members, work with Assimilation Team keeping track of those in attendance, crisis assistance.  Members continually discuss new ways of reaching out to congregants.

For more information, please contact Chris McIvor.