Coordinator of Care Ministries
To schedule any of the above events please contact
Coordinator of Care Ministries
858 509-2580 x 1221
Stephen Ministry recognizes the brokeness in all of us… and helps to bring Christ’s healing to us through each other.
Can a Stephen Minister help you? Do you need help?
A Stephen Minister is…
A Stephen Minister is not…
Trained individuals provide support and a confidential caring relationships in times of need for persons facing various acute life challenges/crises.
Would you like to be trained as a Stephen Minister?
Loss produces an ache….an emptiness….a sadness. It requires a major adjustment in life, one that most of us would rather avoid. Yet, loss is inevitable, and though we often feel we would rather not burden others with our sorrow, it is in coming together and sharing our journey through grief that the burden becomes lighter.
GriefShare 13-week series – Grief Support Group
Date, time and location TBA.
Details regarding the next GriefShare 13-week video and workbook series to follow. For information, please contact Sara at email@example.com
The Wellness Ministry is a developing ministry designed to provide resources, information and care for the mind, body, and spirit to the members and friends of SBPC and the surrounding communities. Some of the scope and goals of the ministry are:
The Wellness Ministry Team is comprised of retired and active nurses led by our Faith Community Nurse.
Faith Community Nurse:
We are proud to introduce Heidi Zhang as our new Faith Community Nurse. A member of SBPC, she comes to us as an RN, BSN. Heidi has worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital in a variety of areas and has experience in Home Care.
She will make home, hospital, and care facility visits, working in conjunction with our Care Ministries. Heidi will be instrumental in training our visitation volunteers and bring expert advice and experience to the programs and services offered through this developing ministry.
Email Heidi Zhang at firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen La-Haise, Care Coordinator, at 858-509-2580 x 1221 or at email@example.com.
What happens AFTER accepting Jesus into your life? The typical testimony could lead you to believe that all hurts, habits, and hang ups instantly disappear. What a shock to the new believer when they don’t! Recovery, transformation, and sanctification are incremental, lifelong processes, part of “working through your salvation with fear and trembling” (Phil 2:12). Walking with Jesus is a personal journey, not a corporate destination, and it is a non-stop string of personal challenges and deep consolations. If your personal sin, regret, resentment, hurts, habits, or hang-ups seem to be getting in the way of your relationship with your Savior, come join a safe, gentle, Christ-centered group that will help you work through your “stuff”.
NORTH COUNTY CELEBRATE RECOVERY
Solana Beach Presbyterian Church partners with Seacoast Community Church, Daybreak Church, and North Coast Calvary Chapel.
Location: North Coast Calvary Chapel for the “big meeting”
1330 Pointsettia Lane, Carlsbad (located at the corner of Pointsettia Lane and Aviara Pkwy)
When, Where, What: Thursday evenings from 7pm to 9pm in Room B-201. This is a time of worship, encouragement, fellowship, and optional sharing
Additionally, we utilize the 12-Step workbooks from Celebrate Recovery, rely on Celebrate Recovery trained leaders, and form separate small groups for men and women to focus on personally working through the steps of recovery.
To be part of Celebrate Recovery please contact…
Are you homebound and want to receive communion?
The Deacon’s Care Ministries Team manages and lovingly provides communion for homebound members and friends participating in the life of the congregation.
A team of 2 Elders and/or Deacons will come to your place of dwelling and administer communion as an extension of the communion served in the worship service on the first Sunday of the month.
For questions, information and requests for home communion please contact:
Barb Jones, Deacon
Do you want to help serve communion?
Many have gone before us and been faithful in their attendance, support, and service to this church. Their names and faces may not be known to all of us, but God knows who they are. Many of them are no longer able to come to worship, but still long for that opportunity. That is where God may be calling you to serve, if you are a past or present Deacon or Elder.
Our church has an ongoing need for home communion servers. The training is simple, the time commitment minimal and, best of all, the Lord does the work – he just asks you to show up.
Prayer is a critical foundation of how we function as a church. Obeying God’s command to pray for all things and one another, supporting one another in faith, and believing where two or more are gathered together God’s Spirit is there also, is our Prayer Team’s mandate.
We have over 60 people who are committed to praying over a list of prayer requests each week. Requests can be for any type of support, which is needed for ones self or loved one.
Join the Prayer Chain
Prayer Chain Deacon, Cathy Funke; firstname.lastname@example.org
PRAYER FOR HELP AND HEALING
Prayer after Worship Services: A team is available to pray with individuals who come forward for prayer following each worship service. The prayer team is there to support and minister to you through prayer.
INTERCESSORY PRAYER GROUPS
Groups which meet together either weekly to pray for specific needs.
Additional Information: Contact Deacon Betsy Lineberger, Beeliners49@gmail.com; 714-330-8887
Getting Married at Solana Beach Presbyterian Church…
We are pleased that you are considering having your wedding at Solana Beach Presbyterian Church. Included is some information that should help make your planning process easier.
TIMES AND DATES
A wedding may be booked for any time of the day since we only book one wedding a day. Morning weddings tend to be booked around 11 am for a lunch reception. Afternoon weddings tend to be booked around 4 pm for an evening reception. We book weddings on most days of the week, except for Sundays. We may not be able to book weddings on certain weekends due to holidays or church events. Please note that we do not book weddings in November or December.
The following dates are unavailable annually:
The cost for a wedding at SBPC is $700 for Members & Friends of the church; $1100 for Non-Members. This includes use of the facilities for a wedding rehearsal and the ceremony, the SBPC wedding coordinator, sound technician, an organist /pianist, custodial services, and use of the bridal & Grooms rooms. There is no fee charged to the bride and groom by the PASTOR, however most often a gift/honorarium is given at the discretion of the couple.
Debin Hall Auditorium (fellowship hall) is now available for wedding receptions. The cost of a reception starts at $1000. This includes use of the room, tables. chairs, setup/breakdown & custodial services, and a reception coordinator (the SBPC liaison for planning a reception).
For information and cost breakdown, please contact Karen LaHaise, email@example.com .
Couples Counseling – Couples being married by a pastor on the SBPC staff are required to participate in pre-marital counseling prior to getting married. Each pastor will personally schedule his or her sessions with a couple and select the materials to be used.