Congregational Care is a ministry solely focused on the unique needs of the CenterPoint Christian Fellowship congregation. Utilizing programs, people, and biblical perspectives, Congregational Care offers classes, counseling, meals, and benevolence assistance*.
Night of Growth
Night of Growth is a program of classes that are available to the CenterPoint Christian Fellowship congregation as well as the surrounding communities. Classes that are offered include: S.T.E.P., Love & Respect, Biblical Parenting, Boundaries, and Financial Peace University. We are constantly evaluating existing classes and looking for additional programs to offer. Click the link above for additional information. Areas of counseling include: spiritual guidance, marriage and family, parenting, depression, and addiction.
Manna Meals Ministry (M3)
Manna Meals Ministry provides meals assistance and delivery for people who have recently had a surgery, hospitalization, severe illness, or birth of a child. This short-term assistance is provided by a caring group of people throughout the week and includes dinner meals for the whole family.
There may be a time in every person’s life where they need someone to come alongside them to help deal with various life issues. CenterPoint Christian Fellowship offers counseling by trained lay counselors to help one get through these tough spots. While the counselors are not all licensed therapists, each counselor has received extensive training in Biblical Counseling which marries traditional counseling techniques with a biblical focus. An intake packet will be provided which will help us connect you with the appropriate counselor.
Benevolence assistance will be evaluated on a case by case basis. A request form can be filled out by those wanting assistance. The form can be attained from the Church office.