"Bear one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ." (Galatians 6:2)
Stephen Ministers are trained lay people who provide Christian one-to-one care for those experiencing difficult life circumstances. Our Stephen Ministers provide an important ministry in our weekly worship services, availing themselves to those who might want to participate in a time of sharing and/or prayer. Stephen Ministers can be linked, on a confidential basis, to those in the midst of transitions or times of crises, such as divorce, death and grief, the loss or change of employment, or a variety of other personal or spiritual difficulties. Stephen Ministers are not counselors, but they are well-trained listeners who will walk beside you during a difficult time in your life.
Please contact any pastor or one of the following Stephen Ministry Leaders if you have questions on the Stephen Ministry process or are wondering if a Stephen Minister could be beneficial for you or a loved one.
Cathy Voshell phone: #402-301-9434 email:
Laura Meyers phone: #402-490-0974 email:
Interested in Becoming a Stephen Minister?
We as Christians are called to use our gifts to serve. If you have the gift of caring, compassion, patience, faith or listening I encourage you to consider becoming a Stephen Minister. Stephen Minister training is an enjoyable, transformative experience. As a Stephen Minister, you’ll be very well trained and supported so that you’re able to provide a very high level of emotional and spiritual care to people experiencing a wide range of life difficulties.
Stephen Ministers participate in life-changing ministry and experience tremendous growth as they serve. If becoming a Stephen Minister sounds like something you might be interested in, please reach out to someone on the Stephen Ministry Leadership Team.