Jesus calls all his followers to care for the sick, lonely, grieving and anyone in any need. While pastors are an important part of caring for a church community, they are not the only ones empowered to do so. At MPLC, we want to “grow relationships with God, each other and our neighbors in the way of Jesus.” We can do that by working together to care for one another.
Our goal is for each person who is going through a hard time to receive the offer of caring concern from a pastor and at least one member of the congregation. We believe we can accomplish that through our “Care Callers” ministry.
How Does Care Callers Work
- Pastors are first responders and provide initial pastoral care.
- Pastors contact Care Callers Coordinator
- Coordinator calls a Care Caller volunteer to match with the person in need.
- Relationships are built and strengthened in the congregation. People feel cared for by their pastors and other people from the church.
Need a Call?
"Jesus replied," you must love the lord your god with all of your heart, all your soul, and all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. Second is equally important: " Love your neighbor as yourself." - Matthew 22: 37-39
Sometimes we need a little support, here are some reasons you may need care:
- Death in the family
- Family struggles
- and so much more!
Interested in receiving a call? Please reach out to the office at 262-634-6704.
CARE CALLER FORMS
Interested in volunteering, please read and fill out the Care Caller Volunteer Form.
*Please note, that a background check is required. Once you have completed this form, you will receive an email from Verified First to complete the background check form.*
*This form is for volunteer use only*