At Johns Creek United Methodist Church, caring for the congregation and the community is a vital part of what it means to "love your neighbor as yourself." Every disciple of Jesus Christ is to love their neighbor. The church believes that the care and support of a loving community is crucial in equipping people to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. It is essential to first BE disciples.
Johns Creek United Methodist Church seeks to be and make disciples by providing opportunities to give and receive spiritual and emotional support. The care and support ministries of JCUMC are here to help connect people to God in the midst of times of struggle, pain, loss, and disorientation.
Please take a moment to click on the links to the right to see our network of care and support.
Goodness and mercy shall follow you,
Stephen ministers are members of our congregation who are trained to provide one-to-one Christian care to people experiencing life’s struggles, such as:
- Separation or Divorce
- Terminal Illness
- Job Loss
- Family Crisis
Stephen Ministers are trained to listen, encourage, provide spiritual and emotional support and care.
To learn how you can receive a Stephen Minster’s confidential care at no cost, contact a Stephen Leader at:
Launched as a community outreach in September of 2014 to provide professional counseling to people in north Metro Atlanta, Summit Counseling of Johns Creek UMC is a satellite extension of the main campus of the Summit Counseling Center also located in Johns Creek. Summit Counseling offers a safe, confidential place for discovery, healing, and growth. We believe psychology and spirituality.
Johns Creek UMC offers several care ministries that focus on spiritual, financial, and physical health. Volunteer for the prayer ministry or for meals that heal. You can even join us for a fitness class or get help on your way to financial peace.
There is a wide range of support groups at Johns Creek UMC. They're available for every age and stage. We host support groups regarding grief, depression and bipolar disorder, sexual orientation, cancer, and addiction and substance abuse.
Job Seekers and Career Changers can receive help from JCUMC Career Network. All aspects of life are impacted by job loss. At the same time, this transition creates a profound opportunity to find or renew faith in God. It is for these reasons that the Career Network Ministry was restarted 5 years ago for JCUMC members as well as for those in the community seeking career transition assistance.