Caring for One Another
Triangle Caregivers Conference
Caring for a loved one can be challenging and at times - overwhelming. Caregivers understand that they have a job to do as a full-time member of their loved one's care team. Caregiving can be shared among you, your family, your case manager, therapist or even your doctor. Join us for a conference designed for respite, resolution and resources. There are two opportunities to attend one on Tuesday, June 16 at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh or on Thursday, June 25 at the Durham Convention Center. Both days run from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Cost to attend is $10.00 and includes lunch. Registration is strongly encouraged and can be made by visiting, trianglecaregiversconference.org.
Caring for One Another
Part of the blessing of being church is the opportunity to give and receive care to sisters and brothers we know through Christ. In our giving care there is a sense that we act as Christ toward one another; in our receiving care there is a sense that we receive Christ's care. Consider these ministries where you might give or receive Christ's care.
WMPC Deacons visit hospitals, nursing homes, the homebound, the sick, the friendless, and anyone who may be in distress.
Contact: Gray Creech
Volunteers arrange and make visits, on a regular basis, to church members who are homebound or in a care facility. You can be a Friendly Visitor!
Contact: Charlotte Swart, Lindsay Jordan (staff)
New Baby Ministry
Each baby is welcomed to White Memorial by a home visit from the church. Then each month for the first year, we provide information which includes topics on nurturing your child in our faith tradition, developmental milestones, and various parenting tips that can assist families as they welcome their new bundle of joy. White Memorial always wants to welcome babies and their families to church for worship, study and fellowship.
Contact: Tracey Daniel (staff)
White Memorial Prayer Ministry
This ministry maintains a prayer list for those willing to pray regularly for specific persons and concerns, and communicates prayer requests to the prayer ministry group. All may participate.
Contact: Lisa Hebacker(staff)
Bereavement Care Team
The Bereavement Care Team provides services for grieving families, such as meals and hospitality needs, following a death. Team members reach out with Christian love and concern by providing food, greeting visitors or helping in the kitchen of the family home, providing transportation for family members, and in other ways. Team members serve for one month out of the year.
Contact: Cynthia White