Caring for One Another

Caring for One Another

White Memorial members, staff and officers offer several way to support and care for one another, including:

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.
Contact: Jan Stewart

Diaconate Visitation
WMPC Deacons visit hospitals, nursing homes, the home-bound, the sick, the friendless, and anyone who may be in distress.
Contact: Cheryl McLean

Friendly Visitors
Volunteers arrange and make visits, on a regular basis, to church members who are home-bound or in a care facility. You can be a Friendly Visitor!
Contact: Louise McCoy

Martha Ministry
Martha Ministry provides assistance needed when events have seriously interrupted daily household functioning in families of all ages and compositions.
Contact: Laura Bryant

Martha Ministry: Angel Food
Angel Food Ministry is a caring group of church members dedicated to providing meals to those who have recently been discharged from local hospitals or have otherwise had an interruption in their daily lives. We strive to bring meals to members of all ages as a way to care for one another and lend ongoing support through difficult times. We are always looking for volunteers to join our Angel Food Ministry! No cooking experience necessary, just a desire to serve others.
Contact: Laura Bryant

Martha Ministry: Transportation
For transportation needs or for more information about volunteering to provide rides for those in need please contact Jean Williams, Parish Nurse.

New Baby Ministry
Each baby is welcomed to White Memorial by a home visit from the church. We follow up each month for the first year by providing 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.
Contact: Tracey Daniel (staff)