Mercy and care ministries at Peace are comprised of the following teams.
The mercy team provides service, prayer, financial support, encouragement, and other forms of general care to Peace members, members of our sister church, Wesleyan First Church of Deliverance in Raleigh, and special cases from our community. While church deacons serve as the primary leaders and decision-makers for mercy ministry, there's always a need for volunteers to be the executors of these offerings.
Comfort & Care Ministry
This team coordinates volunteers from the congregation to make sure those who are struggling with financial strain, illness, death in the family, and other forms of suffering are well-loved. They help with funeral details, visit shut-ins, provide meals and support for those who are ill or mourning, offer transportation and "handyman/handywoman" skills, and do whatever else is necessary to be God's tangible love to people at Peace and in the Triangle. Please join us on the fourth Monday of the month in Room C207. Please contact Lou Paules for more information
The Soloist Ministry
The Soloist is a community for those who are called to walk in the path of widowhood or widowerhood.
In the transition to this unique calling, we pursue the course to seek God and walk closer to Jesus, our true Bridegroom, and learn to acknowledge Him and find strength in Him to sing His praises together.
We also invite other widows and widowers in the local community into this hope. We meet twice a month over lunch for worship and various activities.
Come and taste and grow with us!
To learn more about The Soloists or to volunteer, please contact Laura Yoo.
Caregivers Support Group
The Caregiver Support Group is open to anyone in our congregation and community who cares for a spouse, parent, or sibling with dementia or another disability, whether in their home or long distance. This group meets on the third Monday of each month in the Peace library to learn coping strategies, explore resources, and encourage one another. Please join us on the third Monday of the month in the Peace library at 7 pm. Please contact Lou Paules for more information.
This team is made up of specially trained caregivers who provide one-on-one weekly visits to listen to and encourage individuals facing a time of crisis. Stephen Ministers work to provide spiritual and emotional support to those who need it most. Please contact us for more information.