Care & Support
Stone Hill Church seeks to love others through congregational involvement in care, benevolence, and prayer. We would love to connect with you, pray for you, and be a resource for many of life’s needs.
The Stone Hill Church community provides for various needs in the congregation and local community, including:
- Financial Coaching
- Educational support
- Nursing home initiatives
- Support in times of need
The love and generosity of the Stone Hill Church family enable us to give abundantly to those in need throughout the year.
Over the years, people have felt God’s love through Stone Hill Church coming alongside them and have expressed their gratitude
One single mother writes,
“Thank you to the congregation. They truly helped my family in a time of need and for that I am so grateful. I hope to one day be able to give back to others and pay it forward.”
A grandmother expressed appreciation for assistance with giving her grandchildren a special Thanksgiving and Christmas.
If you need help financially with a practical need, complete the application linked below:Apply for Assistance
Led by Jane and Bill Van Zandt, this care group is for those experiencing the dissolution of their marriage. The season of divorce can be painful, stressful, and uncertain. Let us help you in practical and spiritual ways to move forward wherever you are in the separation process. We meet informally on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. – noon in the Adult Education Room. Please come and join others to find support and care.
Living Faith Series
This fall, Pastor Andrew led a series of interviews with authors who are living well through difficult times. Each of these authors brings a godly perspective to difficult circumstances. Questions can be directed to the care team.
**Please note that the views expressed by the guests are not necessarily endorsed by Stone Hill Church.**
Living Faith and Depression | Guest: Gillian Marchenko
Living Faith and Losing a Loved One | Guest: Bryan Maier
Living Faith After a Major Life Accident | Guest: Joseph B. Modica
Living Faith and Chronic Pain | Guest: Kristin Wetherell
Humility: The Key to Faithful Living through Darkness | Guest: Fr. J. Augustine Wetta