Livelihood Needs Health & Safety Needs Emotional Needs Spiritual Needs Belonging Needs Cairine Domzella, MA, RP, CCCcare@woodsidechurch.ca519-669-1296 ext. 32
Peer Support persons are specially trained to be caring listeners to those dealing with grief and loss. A peer support person is able to journey with you but not limited to the following: · Death of a loved one · Unemployment · Divorce/separation · Illness/accident · Life transitions such as empty nest, retirement · Miscarriage and infertility · Support for caregivers of loved ones/friends Please contact Cairine Domzella, Director of Care, at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about this ministry.
ENCOURAGEMENT & SUPPORT The primary duty of the Encouragement & Support Team is to ensure that individuals or families going through a difficult time/crisis situation are shown God’s care and love by the church family. Here are ways they do this: HELPING HANDS The Helping Hands Team ministers to the physical needs of the Woodside congregation and community. These may be of a financial or practical nature. Help is provided where possible with the resources that are available through church…
Short Term Counselling Available at Woodside Referrals to Counselling / Support With partner agencies or private practitioners Financial Counselling Assistance can be provided through: • Individual confidential financial counselling for singles and couples (session would include prayer, goal setting and accountability) • Small group seminar for those wishing to become more responsible stewards (a session with a small group would include prayer time and a look at “Discovering God’s Way of Handling Money” – an 8 week course either 1…
This space is for requests for prayer and also sharing prayers of gratitude and hope. For help with the Prayer Wall, contact email@example.com
The prayer chain contacts people who are committed to pray for needs within the Woodside family. Communication is made either by e-mail or by phone. If you have a prayer request for the prayer chain please contact us.
Seniors who attend services at Woodside are visited on a regular basis. People who are hospitalized or shut in for an extended time are visited as appropriate. Retirement homes & long term care people are on a list for visits as well. If you know of someone that should be visited, or if you are interested in being part of the visitation team, please contact Theresa Freeman.