God has given us all the gifts to care for one another, and as a congregation we seek to grow as a warm and loving community where people are cherished and cared for in Jesus Christ. We seek to provide care and nurture to all through a variety of ministries.
Pastoral Care is offered to all those in need. If you would like to speak with our pastors, you can contact them via email or phone.
Funeral Planning: Below are links to some documents that can help with Funeral Planning. Please contact Pastor Maria Anderson-Lippert with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-331-5988.
Funeral Planning Brochure
Funeral Planning Short Form with member info
Funeral Planning Longer Form with details
Funeral Planning Checklist from Legacy
Reception Planning for Funerals
Friendly Visitors bring God’s love to those who cannot make it to worship or congregants who need our extra support, letting those visited know that they are remembered and loved.
Compassion Care is a confidential ministry provided by trained lay members who offer care and support to those in the midst of grief and life crisis.
Homebound Ministry provides monthly visits to our homebound members when they can no longer attend services, offering them Holy Communion, maintain a relationship, and offering flowers and gifts on special occasions.
You can find a full detailed list of ways to get involved here.
If you are interested in participating in any of these care and nurture programs, please contact us here at email@example.com or 612-331-5988.
A number of independent Support Groups also meet at ULCH:
Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays at 6:30pm
Joy Project Currently not meeting in person at ULCH.
Well Spouse Group Currently not meeting in person at ULCH.
SA Currently not meeting in person at ULCH.