What is Care Ministry?
Providing help and resources that are biblically faithful and practical
for addressing the issues in everyday life.
If you are looking for biblical counsel, prayer, or benevolence, please fill out the form below so we can get to know you a bit better! This information will guide our next steps to determine how we can best serve and care for you.
The weight of real-life issues and struggles with sin can be felt profoundly by those who are dealing with them. This isn't a battle to be fought alone. There is a place of transparency, accountability, and support in the body of Christ.
This support group is part of a non-denominational, inter-church ministry. Men’s group is led by Christian men who have enjoyed prolonged freedom in the area of sexual sin through prayer, memorization of God's Word, and accountability. This group provides an opportunity to step out in hope, put faith into action, and enjoy the freedom that belongs to us in Jesus! The Westside group meets on Monday nights, but other group options are available depending on your location and availability.
"Mentoring is a discipleship relationship that focuses on equipping younger believers for the work of ministry so that they grow in maturity and unity in the faith with the ultimate goal of glorifying God" (Kruger, M., 2020).
At Westside Church, our Mentoring Discipleship Small Groups provide an opportunity to meet with other women who desire:
- To know Jesus more deeply
- To know, understand, and apply the Bible to all areas of our lives and relationships
- To be encouraged and accountable in our discipleship and in the work of the ministry within this gospel community.
This is a four month commitment. We meet weekly, in- person for 1.5 hours each week with pauses for Christmas, Spring Break, Easter, and personal holidays.
The care intake form is the first step to connect with someone at Westside and determine how we can support you. However, you are also welcome to explore the following resources available through Westside Church:
- Connect with a Gospel Community.
- Attend a class like the Emotionally Healthy Spirituality or the Essentials Course.
- Westside's Resource List with books, articles, podcasts and more on various topics like prayer, encouragement, and spiritual disciplines.
- Westside sermons, both current and past series.
Questions? Email email@example.com