We believe churches are best able to meet individual needs through relationships with others in the context of community (e.g. groups, volunteering and events.) When additional care is required, we have specific Care and Support teams and events to help address unique life circumstances, with details below.
The prayer team at Community Church prays for our congregation, church, and national leaders, as well as meeting Sunday mornings to pray throughout the building before and during the services. Our prayer team also takes the prayer requests that are submitted on Sunday mornings and prays for each specific request.
Click here to submit a prayer request.
Christian Counseling of Mid-Michigan is available to everyone who experiences emotional, social, relational or spiritual suffering. All of their counselors are licensed by the State of Michigan to provide mental health services.
Christian Counseling of Mid-Michigan is committed to including God in the counseling process. God’s presence insures that each client is viewed through a lens of God’s grace, mercy, and compassion. Our counselors link the word of God, the teachings of Jesus, and the discernment of the Holy Spirit into an alliance that brings hope and healing to people who feel lost, alone, uncertain, afraid, or angry. Their staff are equipped to assist children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples.
Christian Counseling is a fee based professional service that is bound by HIPAA standards of confidentiality.
Their fees are based on a scale that considers income and family size.
Initial appointments can be scheduled by calling: (989) 317-4664
Our offices are located at:
304 W. Michigan St. Suite 12
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Community Church Deacons are ordained leaders who support the congregation through the ministries of care and presence. Deacons assist Community Church families facing grief, loneliness, and uncertainty. They also oversee the Deacon Fund that provides assistance to families facing financial challenges.
To inquire about receiving Deacon assistance, please call (989) 317-3231.
Want to know more about how you can help others?
There are also occasions when the Deacons need volunteer assistance in providing Congregational Care for needs within Community Church and our local community. If you would like to be contacted when the Deacons need assistance in helping others, you may complete a volunteer application here.
We know sometimes it's easy to feel like you're all alone. If you would like someone to visit you in the hospital or at home for prayer and fellowship, please contact us.