Everyone goes through difficult times in life.
It is important that during these times we understand that we were not made to do it alone and we can lean on others for care and support.
The Care Ministry at North Haven matches individuals going through difficult times in life with caring individuals equipped to provide high quality emotional and spiritual support. Most of these caring individuals have been through their own difficult seasons in life and desire to comfort others going through similar seasons.
Some of the needs that may be fitting for a match with a dedicated, caring individual include the following:
Relationship Stress, Separation or Divorce
Loss of a Loved One
Issues Related to Aging
Parenting or Adoption
Miscarriage or Infertility
Unemployment or Job-related Stress
Military Families & Deployment
Social Media Administrator
“Bear one another’s burdens, and thereby, fulfill the law of Christ.”
Galatians 6:2, NASB
How are caring individuals equipped?
Caring individuals at North Haven have a great deal of compassion for others, often as a result of specific spiritual gifts, or having gone through difficult seasons of their own.
Do we have a Caregiver Support group?
Yes, we have a Caregiver Support group that meets the 2nd Thursday of each month in the evening. Contact Dennis Conroy, if you're interested.
We all experience hardships from time to time. If you’re experiencing a hardship currently, you are welcome to submit a Benevolence Request below.
We also recommend reviewing the "Handbook of the Streets" to find other organizations who can offer assistance.
Ways to Request
You can submit a request to our Benevolence Fund in the following ways:
Filling out the online form below,
Downloading the PDF and mailing the completed request to North Haven Church, or
Downloading the PDF and bringing the completed form to North Haven Church.
We will contact you to discuss your needs once we have reviewed your request.
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction so that we will be able to comfort those who are in any affliction with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.”
2 Corinthians 1:3-4, NASB