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Care Giving

Supporting people and families in times of need

Because he first loved us.

Our Care Giving Ministry lends a hand, an ear, or a shoulder - and provides real, practical help - in a variety of situations. We aim to bring restoration to people and families by showing them the love that God first showed us.

Whatever you're facing, it's never too big or too far gone for God. The Care Giving Ministry can help you take a step toward him, and toward healing, today.

Need help?

Complete a Request for Care or Prayer

Questions?

Email

Need Prayer?

The Care Giving Ministry has a Prayer Team that meets each week to pray specifically for your concerns and praises.

We are honored to pray for you.

Complete the Prayer Request form

or

Contact

Support Groups

The Bible Chapel offers Christ-centered support group ministries. With these ministries, we can provide you with help and hope during some of life's most profound struggles.

 

DivorceCare

South Hills Campus
Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:15 pm
14-week sessions HELD
continually throughout the year
Room 161, South Hills Campus


Join DivorceCare to cope with and heal from separation or divorce. Get support from those who have been where you are, discover renewal in Christ, and start rebuilding your life. You are welcome to begin attending meetings at any time. Childcare is available. Contact .

Complete our contact form

Learn more about DivorceCare

GriefShare

South Hills Campus
Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
September-December, March-May

If you've lost someone close to you, you don't have to endure the pain alone. In GriefShare you'll find acceptance and understanding from men and women who share your experience. You'll also gain tools for managing your life, relationships, emotions, faith, and future. You are welcome to begin attending meetings at any time. Contact .

Complete our contact form

Learn more about GriefShare

 

 

Recovery

 

 

Encouragement and Equipping
for your recovery journey

Washington Campus
Mondays, 7:00 p.m.


This ministry desires to see individuals be made alive in Christ. The focus is on the renewing of the mind (gaining a biblical perspective) and becoming a new creation (identity in Christ alone). A weekly meeting is held on Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m. 

You are welcome to begin attending meetings at any time. Contact .

Complete our contact form

Offering Hope and Strength
to Those Affected by Addiction

Washington Campus
Saturdays, 6:00 p.m.


Join us Saturday evenings at our Washington Campus for Bible teaching and fellowship. This meeting is designed for people who have been affected in any way by addiction. Whether you have a loved one battling addiction, or you are in the battle yourself, come to be refreshed and supported by a loving community.

You are welcome to begin attending meetings at any time. Contact .

Complete our contact form

 

Practical Support

The Bible Chapel has several caregiving programs that provide tangible assistance to individuals and families who are undergoing a season of hardship.

 

 

Someone Cares

Some of life's events - joyful things like a birth or adoption, and difficult things like a hospitalization or death in the family - overpower our schedules. Someone Cares steps in during these times to provide meals, or groceries to families who are part of The Bible Chapel but aren't receiving care from a Core Group.

Do you need regular meals in a chaotic time?

Contact .

Want to bless a family with meals
or groceries?

Join the Someone Cares Team

Helping Hands

Minor home repairs are major challenges for people who are undergoing difficult circumstances. For those who are in a crisis situation, unable to afford to have the repairs done, and unable to do the work themselves, the Helping Hands Ministry might be able to help. If you have a connection to The Bible Chapel, the Helping Hands Ministry can come alongside you to do small carpentry, electrical, plumbing, painting, and other home maintenance jobs.

Are you struggling to address home repairs?

Contact .

Are you handy with a toolbox,
and want to help someone in need?

JOIN THE HELPING HANDS TEAM

 

Visitation

Those who are homebound, hospitalized, or in a long-term care facility need the contact, encouragement, and kindness that regular visitors bring. If you are part of The Bible Chapel the Visitation Ministry would love to come alongside you to visit, pray, and assess any other needs you may have.

Do you need regular visits?

Contact .

Want to spend time with someone
who needs your company?

JOIN THE VISITATION TEAM

Mercy Fund

The Mercy Fund assists those in dire financial need when they have exhausted all other sources of help. It is temporary aid for meeting basic, critical needs, such as those for food, shelter, heat, transportation to and from work, funeral expenses, and initial consults for professional counseling services.

GIVE TO THE MERCY FUND

Are you in critical need of financial relief?

Contact  .

 

Counseling

 

If you or someone in your family would like to pursue counseling for an ongoing issue in your life, The Bible Chapel offers a referral service that will pair you with a professional Christian counselor.

We partner with a variety of counselors and mental health professionals who work with adults and children, and who specialize in areas such as depression, anxiety, anger, marriage, grief, addiction, eating disorders, and post-traumatic stress.

Below is a list of our recommended counselors with their bio and the campus/area they cover.

For more information, contact .