None of us are immune to the pain brought on by living in a broken world. Fortunately, we don’t have to deal with it alone. Whatever your circumstances, heartache, and burdens, we’re here to help by offering comfort, support, and guidance on your journey.
Providing safe havens for those seeking help, healing, and support, walk with others on a similar journey as you.
This team of women minister to families who aren’t active in a community-based LIFE Group or Bible Study during times of childbirth, illness, death, and special circumstances.
This team of men personally care for members of our church family—through hospital visits, calls, cards of encouragement, or service—during times of illness, crisis, emergency, or adjustment.
Need someone to talk to?
Each week, at the end of the worship service, our church members and ministers are available to talk and pray with you.
Pastoral Care & Spiritual Direction
We’ll walk alongside you—whether you need premarital, marital, or individual counseling, grief support, intercessory prayer, encouragement, or spiritual guidance. Our Congregational Care Minister is available during normal business hours for short-term pastoral counseling and referrals to Christian counselors.
Marriage & Family
Strong marriages and families are of great concern to The Church at Station Hill. We offer 4-8 week Focus Studies 3 times per year to strengthen marital and family relationships. Additionally, we have ongoing mentor/mentee relationships between couples that anyone can be involved in. If you are interested in being involved in a mentoring relationship, contact Brent Ketring ([email protected]), or Tracy Ketring ([email protected]).
The Benevolence ministry of Brentwood Baptist Church provides short-term assistance to individuals and families in need. The ministry is funded through the generous offerings of the members of the church and provides assistance to church members and others on a case-by-case basis. A team of volunteers takes calls on a daily basis and determines the level of support that the church can provide.
If you would like for your needs to be considered, please call the Benevolence line at (615) 324-6179.