Maple Grove's mission statement, "to be an open community of Christians who love God and serve our neighbors," reflects our belief that we are the hands of Christ at Maple Grove, in this community, and around God's world.
We care for our congregation and community through these ministries:
Angel Meal Delivery
Caring for church member who recently returned home from a hospital stay by providing a visit and some homemade chicken noodle soup.
Blood Pressure Screenings
Health care professionals check blood pressure after worship on the third Sunday of each month. This is free and available to everyone.
This team of people provide one-on-one Christian caregiving to individuals being affected by cancer and also work to bring awareness and resources to our congregation.
A church meal is offered to our bereaved families.
Ministry team members offer care through monthly visitation to our homebound members.
New Baby Meals
A meal is prepared and delivered to our families with a new baby.
Over Eighty Luncheon
A homemade lunch and entertainment are provided annually for Maple Grove people over eighty years of age.
This team lifts up in prayer church members and others who are in need of God’s healing.
Knitted or crochet shawls are given to those who are in need of feeling enfolded in God’s loving arms.
Stephen Ministers are trained lay persons who provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care. Stephen Ministers are available to provide both Maple Grove members and non-members the emotional and spiritual care needed when they are facing a crisis or difficulty, such as:
- Loss of a loved one
- Divorce or separation
- Loneliness or discouragement
- Spiritual crises
- Unemployment or job crisis
- Birth, adoption, miscarriage or infertility
- Chronic Illness
- Recovery after an accident or disaster
- And many more
- A Stephen minister is NOT ... a counselor or therapist, a problem solver, or a casual guest.