Military Family Ministry

Ministry Purpose: The Military Family Ministry serves active duty personnel, veterans, and military families in: prayer, support, military family assistance, veteran's hospital visitation, and fellowships of returning soldiers and veterans.

Ministry Motto: "Whatever it takes to see them through"

Ministry Contacts: Tracey Wallace

Johnice Stark at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Laura Davis at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Lydia Newkerk
Nichole Williams
Hester Williams
Evelyn Ouzts

Ministry Meetings: Tuesday evenings at 6:30 pm

Ministry Activities & Events

Spouses Night Out - is a quarterly event, where parents (church members or not) can bring their children for a fun-filled evening created just for them while mom and dad can enjoy an evening alone. Many military families are far from family members and are desperate for a date night, or when their husband is deployed, an evening to spend at home relaxing or catching-up on sleep!

Military Wives' Valentine's Dinner - On Valentine's Day, wives are alone to spend the evening without the physical reminder of how much they are loved.  On Valentine's Day the church provides dinner and entertainment. Children receive free care.

Military Wives' Bible Study - Obstacles faced by military wives will be tackled with a biblical perspective. The weekly meeting study God's Word along with breaking into small groups to discuss issues related to being a military wife.

Military Prayer Board - Is a way to display our active duty military members who are serving as a reminder to pray for them and their family members here on the home front and in honor of their service to our country. The board displays photos along with addresses.

Adopt a Family - Members of the congregation reach out to families at Christmas time by adopting a military family. They are usually anonymous and most have children who are reaching out to other children.  The goal is to connect each military family with a volunteer, non-military family for communication and encouragement.

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