Demonstrating God’s love for people in their time of need
by offering hope, assistance, and encouragement
Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.
We care about our congregation and provide service to them and the community. While we hope to be able to minister to as many as possible, Southpoint members and their immediate family are given preference based upon availability of leaders, volunteers and resources.
Need Someone to Talk to? Trained non-pastoral caregivers called Stephen Ministers provide one-to-one care to the bereaved, hospitalized, terminally ill, separated, divorced, unemployed, and others facing a crisis or life challenge.
Pastoral Care and Counseling – Our Pastors are available for prayer and counseling on a limited basis. We don’t have professional counselors on staff, but we can provide a list of professional counselors that can help you.
Hospital Visits – If you’d like us to visit you while you’re in the hospital, call the office (734-675-7575). Be sure to give your name, hospital name, and admission date.
Funerals – If you’d like information regarding funerals, contact the office.
Weddings – Because staff and facility availability is limited, one of the partners must be a Southpoint member. Mandatory pre-marital counseling takes three months to complete.
Open Arms Food Pantry – Open to all Southpoint attendees, and others who live east of Allen Road, between West Road and Huron River Drive. Open Wednesdays, 5:30-7:30 pm, at the Trenton Campus. To donate, drop non-perishable items in the gray bins by the doors any time. Click here to see a list of requested items. Any questions, email email@example.com
CARE Fund – Church Assistance to Relieve Emergencies is a fund to help Southpointers with financial needs. Contact the church office for an application.
Congregational Care – Provides items for Southpointers in need, such as holiday gifts, back-to-school items, and widow/widower meals.
Outreach – Providing assistance for community needs and around the world: providing a week of homeless sheltering and clothing through ChristNet, conducting blood drives, assisting Mercy House, helping at local Street Fairs, Join the 500 (assisting at nursing homes, raking leaves for seniors and singles etc.), taking cookies to firefighters/police/hospital workers, Southwest Blessfest, Habitat for Humanity, etc. We also participate in collection drives and provide funding for other charitable organizations (past recipients include Children with Hairloss, Faith Recovery Center, The Center for Exceptional Families Autism Program, DOVE Fund in Vietnam, etc.).
For more information, or if you’d like to get involved in serving in one of these areas, contact firstname.lastname@example.org