Prayer Request

Our prayer requests are received and sent to the confidential prayer chain for intercessory prayers on your behalf. You can relay your prayer requests by contacting Kim Thomas at 940.464.1333 x 102 or kim@argyleumc.org or by filling out the form below.  

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For those who are planning a funeral or memorial service. As a part of Congregational Care, the Bereavement Ministry’s desire is to provide assistance, whether you are facing the death of a loved one or death comes unexpectedly. It is with this goal in mind that we have provided this information to ease the stress of a most stressful time. This information will provide guidelines as you plan to honor and celebrate the life of that special person.

CAring Ministry

This ministry provides visitation to our church members who are in the hospital, nursing homes, or homebound. If you or someone you know needs a visit from the church, please contact Kim Thomas at kim@argyleumc.org.

This ministry provides visitation to our church members who are in the hospital, nursing homes, or homebound. If you or someone you know needs a visit from the church, please contact Kim Thomas.

Grief Support Group

This 5-week Coping with Loss Grief class will help participants understand the emotional and physical dynamics of grief, decrease a sense of isolation, share personal experiences within a safe, caring, and understanding environment, and develop healthy coping skills and activities. This class is offered twice a year. If you would like to sign up for the next available class, please contact Kim Thomas at kim@argyleumc.org.

Stephen Ministers provide one-to-one Christian care to individuals facing life challenges. The role of a Stephen Minister is to listen and care, not to advise or give counsel, and to recognize when a person’s needs exceed what they can provide. Stephen Ministers maintain only one caring relationship at any given time and usually meet with their care receivers on a weekly basis. Confidentiality is preserved at all times by not discussing care receivers by name or by implication. For more information, click the button above or contact Kim at kim@argyleumc.org

FAMILY CARE GIVERS

A great resource for people who need information regarding caregiving.