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The Baby Care Kit Ministry is a part of Lutheran World Relief’s outreach to babies and small children to give them a good start in life. Shop garage sales and resale stores for low-cost children’s clothing sizes 6 months through 2 years. Hem receiving blankets and prepare baby quilts for shipment and distribution by Lutheran World Relief.
This team arranges for fellowship functions when there is a death in the congregation.
Contact: Ephraim Danforth,
Care Team volunteers become the hands and feet of Jesus by reaching out and visiting members of our church family who are homebound, living in assisted living/nursing homes or hospitalized. They offer the gifts of Holy Communion, comfort, fellowship, prayer and Christ’s love. Contact the Care Team if you are interested in becoming a member or if you are aware of someone who would welcome a visit.
Provide administrative assistance (sorting medicine samples, answering the phone) so the medical staff can focus on patient care. The clinic offers free medical services to the uninsured in Katy. Spanish translators are needed also.
To assure that the church buildings, records and assets are secured and prepared in the event of a natural disaster. The team will work with the Director of Church Operations to review and update procedures, and insurance coverage each year prior to the start of hurricane season.
Contacts: Mick Will, or John Hopkins,
This ministry provides respite care for people suffering from memory loss, most commonly Alzheimer’s disease. Living Word’s Care Team is a part of a network of churches organized by Interfaith Care Partners, an educational, nonprofit, servant organization to congregations, and it is they who help us identify and compassionately respond to individuals and families whose lives are challenged by this disabling condition. We host monthly Gatherings at Living Word on the third Thursday of the month from 10 am to 1:30 pm in the Gathering Place. We visit, sing, play games, do crafts, exercise, listen, share a meal, and experience God’s love through our relationships with each other as volunteer servants with our precious care partners. Our team meets the morning of The Gathering to setup and decorate the space. Each month, volunteers dedicate their time, service, and compassion to our care partners and this ministry.
Contact: Ken Skogen, , Karen Skogen,
Supported by a coalition of Katy area churches, a food pantry, resale shops, job assistance, domestic abuse and other services are available to those in crisis. Volunteers can sort donations at the resale shops.
Contact: KCM Administration Office, 281-391-5261
If you are interested in training to be a tutor, contact the Literacy Council for information about when and where the next training will be held.
Assist with various tasks in the church office as needed such as answering the phone, receptionist duties, preparing mailings, data entry and other general office duties.
In 1 Timothy 2:1, St. Paul writes: “I urge that supplications, prayer, intercessions and thanksgivings be made for all men.” This team is the spiritual alarm system of the church that communicates and takes prayerful action on behalf of individuals, the congregation, the nation and the world.
Spiritual gifts of faith, prayer and mercy are the foundation of this type of service. Confidentiality is imperative. Participants should have a well-developed personal prayer life and a commitment to praying for others. The time involved is a minimum of 10 minutes a day, depending on the number of requests.
Contact: Carol Schaudt, or 281-578-1251
“That their hearts may be encouraged as they are knit together in love.” Colossians 2:2
Prayer shawls are made by volunteers who combine knitting and crocheting into a prayerful ministry that reaches out to those in need of comfort and solace. The group meets twice a month to pray for the recipients, share God’s Word, and join their hearts in fellowship.
In many different faith traditions over the centuries, prayer shawls are symbolic of being wrapped in the embrace of a loving God. Many prayers and blessings are woven into every shawl. Anyone who knows someone who is facing a long-term illness, has experienced a loss or is undergoing surgery and recovery is invited to take a shawl to that person. They are stored in the church lobby, with a notebook to sign so the recipient will continue to be lifted up in prayer. Yarn is also available with pattern suggestions.
Testimonial: “The large, soft shawl is a gift that I will use daily. The chemotherapy that I am currently taking makes me feel cold all of the time. God has blessed me with your prayers for healing and peace.”
Contact: Kathy Aaron,
Help to create a positive atmosphere for worship and gatherings by maintaining an attractive and clean facility that is welcoming to all. Team members may choose to only do repairs within their scope of expertise, for example electrical or plumbing repairs, painting, landscaping, etc.
Contact: John Hopkins, or 281-392-2300
Create quilts that are used for warmth, protection and shelter by those less fortunate throughout the world! Help is needed to cut fabric from templates, sew pieces together making a quilt top, and meeting with others to tie the tops with middles and backs. Help is also needed to sort donations of sheets, small blankets, and fabric and to size for use as middles. Kits are available for ladies who prefer to sew at home. Watch for announcements in CONNECT for specific meeting days and times.
Contact: Dee Hodgdon, or 281-646-9838
Stephen Ministers provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care and support to people experiencing grief, divorce, cancer, job loss, loneliness, disability, relocation, and other life difficulties. These lay people are carefully selected and undergo 50 hours of specific training as well as participating in monthly continuing education. The Stephen Minister, also known as the Care Giver, is carefully matched with a hurting person of the same gender, referred to as the Care Receiver. They are trained to work with hurting people who still have coping skills. Stephen Ministry is comprehensive care. As close, confidential, and trusting relationships are established, the Care Giver is also trained to offer spiritual care, which is often overlooked in the healing process. The Stephen Minister makes a significant time investment in training, continuous education, and time preparing for and meeting with their Care Receiver. Stephen Ministry is a wonderful servant opportunity to help hurting people through Christ.
Contact: Sue Carlson, or 281-610-4609
Volunteers are needed to help lead and teach Sunday School for ages pre-K through 5th grade. At least one adult over 18 is needed in each classroom, and youth in grades 6-12 can sign up to assist as well. There are seven grade level classrooms, and it is not a weekly commitment since we will team teach.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LEADER SIGNUP
Contact: Mark Dellagiacoma,
Assist with our worship services by becoming a greeter, usher or communion assistant.
Contact: Ephraim Danforth,