Congregational Care Ministries

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Care


Flower Power Ministry

Volunteers needed to serve on Mondays. Arrangers break down the Sanctuary and Narthex flowers and make individual small arrangements. These arrangements are taken by the deliverers to members who are listed on the Prayer Concerns list. Consider doing this with a friend and enjoying fellowship.

Contact: Carol Gansser or Sarah Kish


Funeral Guild

Volunteers prepare and deliver food (cookies, sandwiches, brownies, punch, etc.) needed for each funeral reception at RPC, and/or help to host (prepare punch, plate food, clean up) receptions in the Narthex - often on short notice - to meet the needs of an RPC family.

Staff Contact: Esther Holiday or Dr. Randy Jackson
Contact: 
Heather Bartenfeld


Grief Support Group

Staff Contact: Esther Holiday, Dr. Randy Jackson, or Rev. Julie Ferguson


Blood Pressure Checks

Every first, second, and fourth Sunday of the month
from 10:45-11:15 am
Every third, and fifth Sunday of the month
from 9:15-9:45 am

Location: the History Room

Staff Contact: Rev. Julie Ferguson
Contact: 
Sarah Kish

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Food for the Soul

An online meal calendar for a specific RPC member following surgery or a short-term pastoral need - this is for evening meals for members of the family. Volunteers must be able to deliver meals to the home. A coordinator touches base with the family to check for allergies and determine number of meals per week.

Staff Contact: Rev. Julie Ferguson
Contact:
Canita Allen-Flint


Military Ministry

Members of RPC that are military veterans and members that are supportive of veterans meet to support the Wreaths Across America ceremony each December, attend local Memorial Day activities, and other fellowship outings as planned.

Staff Contact: Esther Holiday, Dr. Randy Jackson, or Rev. Julie Ferguson
Contact: 
Debbie Johnson


RPC Handy Team Helpers

RPC members who enjoy doing simple projects for members of our congregation, who for a variety of reasons, aren't quite up to doing the simple project for themselves.

Typical projects include: changing hard-to-reach lightbulbs, unclogging sink drains, checking and changing furnace filters, and other minor tasks.

You can ask for a hand or volunteer to be part of the HandyTeam and give a hand.

Staff Contact: Esther Holiday, Dr. Randy Jackson, or Rev. Julie Ferguson
Contact: 
Jim Owen


RPC Book Club

Staff Contact: Esther Holiday, Dr. Randy Jackson, or Rev. Julie Ferguson
Contact:
Karen Craig


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