As a community of care, we actively support each other's emotional, social and spiritual well-being through prayer, relationships, and by connecting needs with resources.
If you are in need of immediate help, please call Shepherd of the Lake at 952‐230‐2988. On‐call pastors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Communion Ministry & Caring Friends
COMMUNION MINISTRY - In worship we gather as God’s children to hear God’s Word and be renewed in God’s promises. In worship, we come to the Table to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion and hear the unconditional promise of God’s grace and love. Communion ministry is the bringing the Holy Communion to those who are not able to attend worship because of health and life circumstances. Trained communion ministers extend God’s love and in this act receive God’s love themselves.
CARING FRIENDS - Going through a tough time or finding yourself lonely? Do you know of someone who is homebound or would like some good company? We would love to pair you with another SOLLC member for a visit and comforting conversation.
For more information, please contact Pastor Karen at 952-230-2912 or at email@example.com.
Grief Support: Growing Through Loss
Growing Through Loss (GTL) provides support for adults who have experienced loss, information about the grieving process, caring and support from others who are also grieving and sharing of memories and feelings in a confidential setting. SOLLC is one of 15 Interdenominational churches making up the South Suburban Grief Coalition which meets over 5 weeks in the spring and fall.
Mental Health & Addiction
The mission of the Mental Health & Addiction Team at Shepherd of the Lake is to support, encourage, build community, and embrace people living with addiction and/or mental illness with Open Hearts, Open Minds, and an Open Table.
We are a community who prayers for each other. Scroll to the bottom of this page to submit a prayer request for yourself or others. If you would like join us in praying for our Community Prayer list, click the button below.
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