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Our prayer team meets Tuesday mornings at 8:45 AM with Pastor Susan via Zoom. This is a chance for our community to pray over various prayer requests that come in each week.
If you would like to be included in the prayer list, please click to email your prayer request.
Bereavement Support Group
Death is painful but you are not alone. This is a support group for anyone who has lost a loved one. Our next session begins September 12-Oct 17, 2022 in Pastor Susan's office. Register HERE.
We at Lake Grove recognize the complexity of this season and invite you to join us in reflecting on our experience of this complicated time together. We will acknowledge the difficulty of this season, normalize and name it, then, bring comfort and offer pastoral Christian care through Scripture and prayer that is simple and accessible. *Episodes were recorded in 2021.
Join Pastors Lillian Pak and Susan Graham for Caring Conversations HERE on YouTube, and HERE on Spotify and HERE on Apple Podcast.
Stephen Ministry provides one on one care for people struggling through a difficult time in life—experiencing grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness, or some other life crisis. Email Pastor , for more information.
Living with dementia
Lake Grove's Living With Dementia support group provides a safe space for care partners to make connections, provide mutual support and exchange information with those who are being challenged in a similar manner as you and your loved one with Alzheimer's disease and any other forms of dementia or mild cognitive decline or impairment. Hosted by Sharon Evers who will provide support, prayer, guidance and resources. Group meets in Pastor Susan Graham's office.
The Meal Train Ministry is a way for our community to show love and support to people by providing meals at times when a home-cooked meal can feed our body and soul – during life’s challenges and struggles. A Meal Train could be dinner for sleepless parents as they experience the joy and excitement of a newborn child. A Meal Train could provide comfort to someone experiencing loss of a loved one or be an extra helping hand to someone recovery from illness or surgery. If you would like to volunteer or have questions about the Meal Train ministry, please contact Brian Gustafson.