We offer a wide variety of resources and care to meet you in your current circumstances. Expand the items below for more details.
Pastoral Urgent Care
If you experience a family emergency and need to speak with a Pastor, contact the church office (Monday-Friday 9am-4pm) at 763-434-5995.
If you or a loved one is hospitalized, there are a variety of ways we can offer support. Please contact Brenda Benny
so we can determine what would be most helpful during this time.
Losing a loved one can be one of the most difficult times and it is our privilege to walk alongside people as they grieve. Our Care Ministries can help you with prayer, funeral arrangements, or other needs you may experience. Please contact Brenda Benny, Director of Care Ministries.
We know that there are times when a Christian Counselor would be a benefit to you. We draw upon a range of therapists with different areas of specialty. We see the value of psychology and theology woven together and we can help you in the referral process.
Side By Side - A Lay Counseling Ministry
We offer Christ-centered lay counseling to any adult seeking support free of charge. A licensed therapist provides on-going supervision and training to our lay counselors.
Stephen is a ministry of one-to-one caregiving. This ministry provides one-to-one prayer support and encouragement during a time of crisis such as grief, loss, divorce, or hospitalization. Stephen Ministry is gender-specific only ( a man will come alongside another man or a woman alongside a woman).
This ministry can provide a freezer meal for you and your family in times of need (surgery, illness, the death of a family member). Contact Brenda Benny, Director of Care Ministries if this would be helpful to you.
We have financial counselors who are available to provide assessment and support to families, couples, and individuals at Constance. Our Benevolence Fund can also provide one-time financial help to those in our church that are facing a financial crisis or difficulty. Please contact Brenda Benny, our Director of Care Ministries.
Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University has helped millions of people take control of their finances. In this 9 session class, you will learn how to pay off debt, budget, save money, and give generously. The format includes teaching sessions, small group discussions, and some book work. Contact Megan Blakley for information on the next class.
Congratulations! If you are planning on getting married, we rejoice with you as you look forward to this momentous day, and hope this season of preparation is a rich experience. Please contact Megan Blakley, Care Ministries Coordinator, with wedding-related questions or for more information on our premarital process.
We know prayer is a powerful tool we've been given as God invites us to lift up each other's needs to Him. Each week as staff, we gather to pray over the requests that you have submitted.
According to James 5, in our time of need, we ought to call upon the Elders of the church for prayer. Elders are available to pray for you before or after worship services or another time that's convenient for you.
Our Prayer Team is available to confidentially pray for you and your concerns.
We believe that modeling faith in intergenerational relationships can provide a firm foundation in helping students develop a faith that sticks into adulthood. Our Prayer Partners Ministry pairs a praying adult with a student age 10-20 to meet occasionally for prayer.
LEARN MORE ABOUT PRAYER PARTNERS
Disability and Special Needs
Multiple times throughout the year we offer a variety of workshops that may be helpful for you. We also offer support groups described below. Upcoming events and groups will be promoted on our Events Page before each starting date.
If you have experienced loss, Grief Share can provide a small group experience for you to find support and encouragement. Grief Share looks at the different stages of loss, how the soul changes through the death of a loved one, and the practical matters of life without that person.
Divorce Care is a small group experience for those who are going through or are healing from a divorce. This video-based format features real-life stories of people who have been through a divorce. An experienced leader facilitates discussion questions and support conversations.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Only you can decide whether you want to give AA a try. Those who are in AA come because they finally gave up trying to control their drinking. Attendees are quick to find out that many people suffer from the same feelings of guilt, loneliness, and hopelessness. AA meets on Monday evenings at Constance year-round. You can show up anytime.