In an effort to care for senior adults and at-risk individuals, the LCC Leadership Team and our Congregational Care Ministries have formed the COVID-Care Team.
If you are a senior adult or someone who is at heightened risk during this time, the COVID-Care Team is able to assist you by picking up and delivering groceries, medications, or other supplies, as well as church-related resources. While COVID-Care can help with pick-up and delivery, you will need to pay for your groceries, medications, and supplies.
To request help for yourself or someone you know who does not have access to a computer, fill out the COVID-Care form. Although we are physically apart, the Lighthouse Family stands together in faith, hope, and love.
Caring for Our Congregation during the COVID-19 pandemic...
During this season of social distancing and the stay-at-home mandate from Governor Inslee, finding ways to connect with others for support, encouragement, prayer, and community is especially important. We continue to adjust how we go about meeting our congregation’s needs. For help with benevolence, click here. For info about pastoral counseling, click here.
Sometimes we just need someone to come alongside us in our seasons of sorrow, struggle, sickness, or setback. This is why Congregational Care at Lighthouse exists. Through several ministries that are often "under the radar", yet vitally important, we seek to offer encouragement to one another. We do this through prayer, support, connection, and embodied hope.
Congregational Care at Lighthouse is here to help you by offering:
- pastoral counseling
- hospital and shut-in visitation (when possible)
- occasional financial assistance
- focused prayer
- follow-up during illness or bereavement
We invite you to connect with Congregational Care through one of the following ministries: