Pastoral Care

At Pacific Crossroads Church, we want to be an intentional community that is known for how we care for each other. Jesus told His disciples that love for each other would be the best mark of their faithfulness in following Him. Care is something that happens most fully within a community – we all are responsible for “bearing one another’s burdens” (Galatians 6:2). And so our mission is to equip every member of our community to care for each other, as well as provide resources for those in critical or acute need.

One-on-One Care

If you are in a difficult place and would like to speak to someone, let our Pastoral Care team know. Team members are not licensed counselors, but are trained in the areas of listening and caring skills and are prepared to walk with an individual during a difficult time in their lives. Referrals to licensed Christian counselors may be made if our resources won’t meet your needs or if longer-term counseling is needed.

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Mercy

Our Mercy team helps people who are part of the Pacific Crossroads community in times of financial hardship.

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One-on-One Care

If you are in a difficult place and would like to speak to someone, let our Pastoral Care team know. Team members are not licensed counselors, but are trained in the areas of listening and caring skills and are prepared to walk with an individual during a difficult time in their lives. Referrals to licensed Christian counselors may be made if our resources won’t meet your needs or if longer-term counseling is needed.

Contact Pastoral Care

 

Mercy

Our Mercy team helps people who are part of the Pacific Crossroads community in times of financial hardship.

Contact Mercy Ministry

 

Visitation

For members of our community who are hospitalized or confined to home, please let us know if you would like a visit from one of our church leaders.

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Serve with Pastoral Care

Do you have a heart for caring for others? Do you want to be involved in ministering to people in need?

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Visitation

For members of our community who are hospitalized or confined to home, please let us know if you would like a visit from one of our church leaders.

Contact Pastoral Care

 

Serve with Pastoral Care

Do you have a heart for caring for others? Do you want to be involved in ministering to people in need?

Contact Pastoral Care

“A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this all people will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.”

(John 13:34-35)

Prayer

Prayer is acknowledging that we are weak but God is strong, exercising our privileged access in turning to the One we believe cares for us, and fellowshiping with our Father.

Prayer Needs

Do you have any prayer requests?

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Are you are sick or suffering?

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Pre-Service Prayer

Join us as we pray for our church on Sundays. The pre-service prayer times are 8:30-8:50 am in room B10 in the Business Building at Samohi, and 4:30-4:50 pm in the Vestry (behind the Gold Chapel) at St. John’s.

After-Service Prayer

We all need prayer. After each Sunday service, we have men and women up front who want to pray with and for you.

Weekly Prayer Focus

2017 Resolutions.  We want to be intentional in pursuing Christ and the life He has for us.  We know that our labors are not the answer, only God gives growth. But, like Paul, we can be a skillful builder (1 Corinthians 3:7, 10).  Pray that God would guide our thoughts and desires so that we can be intentional in following Christ in 2017.

Celebrate Recovery

A place where we can join together to celebrate God's healing power in our lives. We open the door by sharing our experiences, strengths, and hopes with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God's grace in solving our lives' problems.

Weekly Meeting

Join us every Tuesday at 7:00 pm! We have a time of worship, review one of the 12 biblically based steps, and often hear about a personal experience of recovery. The meeting concludes with breakout sessions that are separated by gender, where each person has a chance to share openly and authentically how they are doing.

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Step Studies

In addition, support groups called "step studies" offer an interactive learning component. While they are not meant to be Bible or book studies, each group utilizes workbooks that can help members to think through their struggles and their suffering from a biblical perspective.