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Care Ministry Mission Statement

The Care Ministry of Sugar Creek provides physical, emotional and spiritual support to the Sugar Creek family as well as our community with biblical encouragement and prayer support, as well as a network of support groups, seminars, workshops, and professional counsel referral.

We desire to show Christ to others in the way that we care for each other. We recognize that lifestyles, life stages, and circumstances alter the health and well-being of individuals, so we want to offer a support system that meets those needs. We are about promoting good health and well-being of the spirit, soul, and body.

“And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight, so that you may be able to discern what is best and may be pure and blameless until the day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ–to the glory and praise of God.” –Philippians 1:9-11

If you are a person in need and you call or visit our church office, then the Care Ministry seeks to establish an initial connection. We offer a listening ear and prayer support, followed by resources that will educate and provide you with support for special life circumstances.

You can connect with others dealing with similar circumstances in the support groups, seminars, workshops or counsel referral that we offer. In the end, we encourage you to seek a church home, know and grow in Christ, and find your refuge and strength in Jesus when dealing with life experiences.

Minister Availability – A Sugar Creek minister will be on-call and available to you 24 hours a day and seven days a week should you need help. In an emergency situation or after hours, please call 281.242.2858 and the voice mail system will guide you through each step. Once you’ve left a message, then a minister will be paged and return your call.

Please use discernment when placing calls at night and limit these to urgent needs such as emergency hospitalization or the death of a loved one. In all cases, if you fear someone is in danger, please call 911.