One in five of us in any given year suffers from depression, anxiety, or some other mental health disorder. That means, in each of our families, we all care for someone who faces this pain. The problem doesn’t go away just because we have faith.

While it can’t take the place of medical professionals, the church can offer something unique, and that is hope. There is hope in knowing that you are not alone, you are valued, and you are loved.

There is help. There is healing. There is hope.

The role of the our ministry:

Raise awareness.

Through the sharing of information and statistics, we hope to raise awareness of mental health issues.

Remove the stigma.

Mental illness is just that – an illness. We hope to reduce the stigma about mental illness by having open and honest dialogue about mental health and by offering education and training. 

Share resources.

We want to collaborate with the community so that we can point you to helpful resources when you need them. To access these, please see Community Resources.

Offer hope.

God calls us into lives of meaning and purpose and joy. There is hope in knowing that God has a plan for you and you are not alone.


We pray that you will find what you need here — the friendship, the love, the removal of stigma, the practical help, the hope that you need.

Romans 15:13 – May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. 

If you or someone you know is in crisis right now, please call 911 and ask for a “CIT officer.” They are specially-trained in crisis intervention.

If you or someone you know is considering self-harm, please contact the Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), chat online at or text “REACH” to 741741.

Helpful Links:

Community Resources

If you would like further help connecting to resources, email the HOPE ministry ​team at A team leader will reply within 48 hours.

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