Individual (one-on-one) counseling has multiple benefits and can be helpful for many conditions or areas of struggle, including depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, and more.
Marriage can be complicated. But God desires the best for you and your partner. If your marriage is hurting, we strongly encourage you to consider meeting with a Christian counselor.
Family counseling is a great way to help family members process and resolve conflicts, as well as understand and improve communication methods.
God cares about you, your concerns, and your pain. Let us know if you would like prayer, accountability, or gospel-centered guidance.
Unpredicted sickness or hardships can be difficult and disruptive. If meal preparation is a real struggle for you at this time, please contact us.
We offer care groups for difficult life events such as divorce, death, and aging. And every fall-winter we offer a 12-week group called GriefShare for anyone grieving from the loss of a family member or friend.
If you’re looking for job support or coaching, we’d be delighted to pray for you and offer any advice or assistance that’s helpful.
If you’re struggling to pay basic living expenses (rent, food, bills) or the cost of counseling services, please let us know.
If you feel overwhelmed by debt or would like to discuss what Christian stewardship may look like for you, we’d love to talk with you.
A member of Redeemer Care will meet with you to assess your needs and determine whether the team is able to help.
A member of the Care Team will be assigned as your partner and will help support and pray for you
No, but members and regular attenders will have priority in receiving financial assistance.
No. Even if you are wrestling with Christianity when you come to us, our calling is help you become familiar with the gospel (salvation by Christ) because the core of our ministry is to rely on God’s provision for you.
The Care Team adheres to a strict confidentiality policy. Only those who need to know or who are working with you will know your identity. With your prior written approval, some information may be exchanged with others who are critical to providing care for you, such as a counselor, pastor, or a Community Group leader. There are special circumstances when the Care Team is obligated by law to share information with appropriate parties. These include the following instances: threats of suicide or homicide, indication of child abuse, or by a subpoena or court order.
The frequency of meeting depends on various factors such as the nature of your situation and your financial, emotional or spiritual needs. It can range from once a week to once a month or even once a quarter. There can be phone and email contact as well.
Redeemer Care is 100% supported by the people of Redeemer. Will you consider giving so that we can provide support to members of our family in times of need?