Caring Ministry at Duke Memorial
Share in the ministry of caring for one another through all life's stages and ages.
"Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." (Galatians 6:2)
Duke Memorial has a thriving Stephen Ministry program, a one-to-one lay caring ministry to support those who are in need of on-going care.
The church's Stephen leaders provide extensive training for Stephen Ministers, and members of the ministry team connect caregivers with care receivers.
Click here for additional information on Stephen Ministry.
Support and love for families whose families are growing by adoption or birth.
Participate in prayer ministry after Sunday worship as we lift to God's light those who are in need of God's grace and healing.
Hospital Visitation Ministry
Our visitation team supports those who are in the hospital through visits and prayers.
Hospital Visitation members can access the visit report form by clicking on the button below.
Those who are homebound can be assigned a "Home Friend," someone who will visit them once a month.
Older adults can also sign up to receive a call from their "Phone Friend" once a month.
Caring Teams members provide monthly Communion to those who are unable to come to church.
Helping Hands Ministry
A bereavement ministry providing food for the families of deceased members. If you enjoy cooking as a way of ministering to others, Contact Holly Eggleston, Nadine Hoover or Mary John Caldwell for more information.