PASTORAL CARE Group
Our Mercy Team visits Salem Alliance attendees who are hospitalized in the Salem-Keizer area. Volunteers make a visit when the church is notified of admittance.
Our Homebound Team visits Salem Alliance attendees who are no longer able to attend weekend services. Volunteers are connected to specific individuals to befriend and encourage them.
The staff seeks to assist families in planning meaningful services that honor Christ and the deceased. A packet of information is available to you or you could contact the funeral coordinator, Annie Dudley (email@example.com)
Grief & Loss Support
A grief and loss support group exists to assist the healing process of those who are grieving.
The Pastoral Staff seeks to provide support and assistance to Salem Alliance attendees who are experiencing some sort of crisis or extreme need.
The Pastoral Staff seeks to be available to people who need prayer support and encouragement.
Volunteers make phone calls to SAC attendees who have been listed on the Prayer and Praise weekly report.
Anyone desiring prayer for healing may request Elders to meet with them to pray for healing.
The Benevolent Fund is available to assist church members after a screening process. Guidelines are established that determine distribution.
The Network seeks to reach out to people in employment transition, helping prepare them to find new employment and spiritual hope and health in Christ during this journey.
Transition and Transformation (T&T)
This ministry matches a mentor with a woman who has recently been incarcerated, helping them to experience hope and health in Christ.
FOR ANY QUESTIONS contact Gordon Bergman, Pastor of Pastoral Care (firstname.lastname@example.org)