Care Classes and Groups

Faith Community offers a variety of free classes and care groups to offer support for a range of issues, including mental health and parenting. For more information about current classes or groups, please click here.

Hospital Visits

God doesn’t promise us an easy life but he does promise to help us through whatever we face. Care Ministry at Faith Community is a ministry where we share in and feel God’s grace.

Hospital visitation can be requested for yourself or another person. Please click the link below for our care request form. Someone from the hospital team will contact you regarding your request.

Request a Hospital Visit

Homebound Visits

We have a visitation team that meets with people in personal homes or retirement homes on a monthly basis. It is a blessing to the people being visited, as well as for the people making the visit.

Homebound visits can be requested for yourself or another person. Please click the link below for our care request form.  Someone from the hospital team will contact you regarding your request.

Request a Home Visit

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry is a ministry in which trained and supervised laypersons, called Stephen Ministers, provide one-to-one Christian care to individuals facing life challenges or difficulties. Stephen Ministers are caring Christian friends who listen, understand, accept, and pray for and with people who are working through a crisis or a tough time.

Care receivers are the recipients of Stephen Ministers’ care. They are people from our church or community who are experiencing divorce, grief, loss of a job, loneliness, hospitalization, terminal illness, or any of an endless number of other life difficulties.

Stephen Ministers usually meet with their care receivers once a week for about an hour for as long as the care receiver will benefit from the relationship. Stephen Ministers complete 50 hours of training in Christian caregiving, including general topics such as listening, feelings, and personal boundaries. In addition, their training covers specialized topics such as ministering to the divorced, hospitalized, bereaved, and aging. If you are interested in becoming a Stephen Minister, please contact Ann Copeland at

Stephen Ministers are not counselors; they are trained lay caregivers. Their role is to listen and care — not to give advice or counsel. Stephen Ministers are also trained to recognize when a care receiver’s need exceeds what they can provide.

Trust is essential to a caring relationship and Stephen Ministers are people you can trust. Confidentiality is one of the most important principles of Stephen Ministry, and what a care receiver tells his or her Stephen Minister is kept in strictest confidence.

If you would like to hear from one of our Stephen Ministers, click the link below for our care request form and someone from our Stephen Ministry team will contact you.

Request Stephen Ministry Care


What To Do If You Have An Emergency

In the event of a family hospitalization, crisis or death, please contact the church office to notify our staff so we can let the pastors, prayer team, and visitation team know. Groups will be informed in order to offer prayer and support as appropriate.

Please Note: Hospitals do not call us, so it is important family members or friends contact the church directly to keep us informed.

Options for requesting care:

  • During business hours (M–Th 9-4 pm; F 9 am-12 pm), please call the church office at 513-777-9533. 
  • Outside of business hours, a pastor can be reached by calling the church phone number at 513-777-9533 prompt #6. Your message will be recorded and then immediately sent to a pastor for a return phone call.