Partners In Care


What is Partners in Care? Partners in Care is a newly formed congregational care team that helps those congregants who are in the hospital or rehab, those facing health challenges, and those that are homebound. All assignments of partners are flexible to work with your schedule.

Partners in Care (PCs) are a team of trained lay persons who work with our Congregational Care department to meet the care needs of our church family. PCs meet quarterly as a team for supervision and education. They visit retirement homes, rehab centers, nursing facilities, and homes of members who can no longer attend church. PCs are trained to administer communion and use anointing oil as requested and may also offer a listening ear for prayer and encouragement, support grieving or otherwise distressed members, and/or be involved with other specialized ministries and/or support groups.

As a Partner in Care, you set your own schedule and you determine which area of service you are most comfortable with. This lay-clergy partnership enables us to provide another level of care to our church family.


Partners in Care Open House:
Want to learn more about Partners in Care and how you can become involved? Join us for our Open House on Sunday, March 1, from 9:30-11 a.m. in room B7. You'll have an opportunity to learn more how you can get involved in Partners In Care and you can fill out an application to be a Partner in Care.


Become a Partner in Care:
Every Partner In Care member must fill out an application. Then, upon acceptance, each care member is enrolled in an eight-week course that begins on Wednesday, March 18, and ends on Wednesday, May 13. Being a part of this group provides you with a wonderful opportunity to serve others.

Click Here to Fill Out An Application

Partners in Care Upcoming Events: No Events



Questions? Contact:
Rev. Sharon O’ConnorSr. Associate Minister of Congregational Caresoconnor@crumc.org972-618-3450 ext. 227
Tiffanny HoseyDirector of Care
and Prayer Ministry
thosey@crumc.org972-618-3450 ext. 285