HopeCare

“We are to carry each other’s burdens and in this way we fulfill the love of Christ.” Galatians 6:2

At Hope, we can break the isolation and bring the healing power of Jesus into your life. We do this through Stephen Ministry, Visitation Ministry, Prayer, and support groups.

Contact

  • To connect with a Stephen Minister
  • To become a Stephen Minister

Someone to listen…

Stephen Ministry is grounded in Jesus’ command to love one another. Through one-to-one caring relationships we minister to those who are experiencing; loss of a loved one, loneliness, discouragement, job crisis, spiritual crisis, birth, adoption, miscarriage, infertility, separation, divorce, recovery after an accident or disaster, terminal illness, incarceration.
 
We invite you to become a Stephen Minister. Consider the opportunity to strengthen your relationships while you help others grow in their faith by becoming a Stephen Minister.
 Support Groups
Insight Group
 
Wednesdays, 7:00pm l May 15-July 24 l South Campus, Room 90
(No session July 3)
This group provides an emphasis on developing Christian character. It is a powerful group for those who want to prevent life-controlling problems from developing in their lives, as well as for those who need to overcome a current problem.

GriefShare and DivorceCare Ministries

Grief Ministry helps people as they struggle through their journey of grief. We are here to talk with you and encourage you to remember your loved ones. We can also help you find other support groups in the community.
Creative Ministries
“Out of the believer’s heart shall flow rivers of living water.” John 7:38
Quilters
Make quilts to donate locally and globally. All who are interested in quilting are welcome. No experience necessary. Quilts can be made of recycled materials. Donations of mattress pads, sheets, drapes, and jeans can be brought to either campus.
North Campus: 2nd and 3rd Monday each month, 9:00am (except December)
South Campus: Tuesdays each week, 9:30am
Prayer Shawls
NeedleWorks knitters and crocheters create shawls infused with prayers, which are delivered to people who are hospitalized or home-bound. Prayer shawls are given as a loving reminder of God’s presence. Join us! Shawls, washcloths, Afghans, scarves and pot holders can be made at home and dropped off at either campus if you aren’t able to attend a gathering.
North Campus: 1st Monday, 7:00-9:00pm
Off-site: 3rd Monday, 7:00-9:00pm
Contact: Nicki at garyalmquist1@gmail.com
Additional Services
Additional Information about AA, Al-Anon, and ONWORD Together Support Group is available by clicking HERE.
YWCA Cass Clay Urgent Needs List – click HERE
Additional information about assisted living opportunities in North Dakota is available by clicking HERE.