Life. There are times in each of our lives that we experience true joy, and we celebrate these amazing moments that take our breath away. We will also have moments that can push us to the brink of despair and leave us questioning “what now?” This is life, and it can be both complicated and wondrous, and it sometimes leaves us needing some tangible assistance, a helping hand, and encouragement in a moment of need.
Is there such a thing as this at Warehouse? A true community of people willing to extend a gracious hand and meet us exactly where we are, whether they know us personally or not? In short, yes; that is community care, and it is active and alive at Warehouse.
Care needs can often look like:
> Meals delivered to us after we have been sick or hospitalized
> Personal prayer
> A note of encouragement
> Recognition of a special event or accomplishment in our lives
> A task completed that we were unable to do ourselves
Our small groups at Warehouse are logical places for these needs to be met and celebrations to be recognized by people we know and love in our Warehouse community. But often we have needs and aren’t in a small group, or are new at Warehouse and need help nonetheless – that is where our community care team steps in. These volunteers believe that we can impact each others’ lives in meaningful ways when we step in and meet these tangible needs, and through both giving and receiving, we all grow closer to God’s unconditional and extraordinary love for each of us.
If you have a care need please contact email@example.com
If you are interested in being member of this team, please contact Nicole Walker to discuss specific ways you can leverage your talents and passions to serve others well in the critical moments of life.