Care Ministers help shepherd the CWC congregation through their presence, sharing prayer, scripture and visits in various settings. They are providing spiritual support to those in need during certain seasons of life.


At CWC we believe in equipping the body to extend care to each other in times of need. There are a variety of care teams that extend this spiritual support. They include sending cards, sharing communion to our shut ins, making quilts, helping with funeral dinner meals, and other tangible ways of caring.


One of the foundational ways we care for each other is by lifting each other up in prayer. “In my distress I called to the Lord; I cried to my God for help. From His temple he heard my voice; my cry came before Him into His ears.” – Psalm 18:6


Resources such as pre-marital counseling, pastoral counseling are available. We can also recommend a list of professional counseling centers and people to utilize outside CWC.


Wellsprings at CWC is a prayer ministry that invites Jesus into the process of helping people find healing from past emotional wounds. All of us, at some point in our lives, have been wounded by another person, our own mistakes, or tragic events and using Scripture, discernment, forgiveness, and prayer, Wellsprings teams help people listen to God in order to find healing from those wounds.