Informational meetings for alzheimer’s caregivers
New Covenant is hosting informational meetings for Alzheimer's Caregivers, family and a friends of people with Alzheimer’s, and anyone who may be interested in understanding the scope and experience of the disease. Join us for two Thursday evenings in November at 6:30 pm in the Fireside Room.
November 7: “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia."
November 14: “Ten Warning Signs for Alzheimer’s”
Starting back on August 28th
6:30 PM | Room 102
Grief Share is a world wide support network that is localized at New Covenant to help those who've lost loved ones find hope and joy again. Find out more about Grief Share from their website.
Interested In Grief Share?
Stephen Ministry is a Christian care-giving program developed in St. Louis in 1975 and has grown globally with over 12,000 congregations enrolled from 150 different denominations. New Covenant enrolled in 1998 and currently has an active team of 4 Stephen Leaders and 14 Stephen Ministers.
Stephen Ministers commit to 50 hours of training and then to a minimum 2 years of as an active Stephen Ministry service. They are assigned, woman to woman and man to man, to people in our congregation or community going through some crises or just a tough time in their life and need someone to walk with them.
People who think they might need a Stephen Minister, or know someone that could use one, or if interested becoming a Stephen minister themselves phone any of the following:
Church office and speak to a pastor – 405-562-3200
Any of the Stephen Leaders, Frank or Carol Andrews, 405.373.3658
Perhaps you have thought about becoming a Stephen Minister. If that is the case, talk with one of our Stephen Leaders or any of our Stephen Ministers about how you might serve. Get a job description, training schedule, and application. Don’t say “no” until you know more about it.
Find out more about Stephen Ministry from their website.