As part of the Body of Christ here at PHUMC, our members are very dear to us. When one member of the body suffers, the whole body suffers. When one member of the body rejoices, the whole body rejoices (1 Corinthians 12:26). The mission of PHUMC Congregational Care is to walk with the members of the congregation through life’s journey, offering love, support, encouragement, and hope.
I Need Care I Need Prayer I Care
Caring for God’s people is everyone’s responsibility. We must work together to care for one another. We have some teams that are there to help lead the way. Contact Rev. Cathy Hart, firstname.lastname@example.org, to find out how you can become part of the Care Ministry.
- Prayer Team
- Hospital Team
- One-one-one care
- Visitation Team
- Grief Support Team
- Funeral Team
- Care Volunteers
- Calling Team
- Prayer Shawl Ministry
- Faith Community Nursing
- Medical Emergency Team
We offer support groups for the needs of our church family. Groups are subject to change as needs change. Currently, we offer:
This group is set to bring together women who are going through the trials of cancer in a loving, supportive Chrisitan atmosphere. The ladies strive to listen in love, share their trials, laugh and pray together, share information, and support each other. This group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5 p.m. in the chapel. Contact Yvonne White at 727-785-4827 for more information.
PHUMC Grief Group
Have you lost a loved one? You don’t have to journey through this time alone. Join us as we support each other through difficult times. This group meets on the first Thursday of the month at 11:30 a.m. in the chapel and on the third Friday of the month for lunch. Contact John Kiker at email@example.com.
Palm Harbor UMC has two licensed therapists on staff:
- Rev. Cathy Hart is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
- Amanda Hawkins is a Licensed mental Health Counselor
To make an appointment, contact Rev. Cathy Hart at 727-785-7487 x2578, or Amanda Hawkins at 727-743-4105.
There are numerous community agencies and organizations that offer assistance to those in need. 2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares, Inc. has compiled a list of them for you. Over 5,000 services are available for Pinellas, Citrus, and Hernando County residents.
Just a few of these services include counseling, crime prevention, medical, child care, housing, hearing impairment, tax preparation, and food.
To view the complete list of service agencies, link to 2-1-1 Tampa Bay Care, Inc at www.211tampabay.org