Congregational Nursing

Contact: Sandra Brown

A ministry for sharing health information, offering health screenings, and planning programs which improve the health and wellness of the congregation. 


Contact: Grace Keller

The purpose of Cursillo is to help those in the church understand their individual calling to be Christian Leaders. The leadership may be exercised in work situations, in the family and social life, in leisure activities, or within the Church environment. Leadership, in Cursillo, does not mean power over others, but influence on others; all of us need to be aware that we can exert a positive influence on those around us.

Cursillo includes a three-day weekend that begins on Thursday evening and concludes on Sunday. The weekend includes fifteen talks, five meditations and a Eucharist every day.   The Cursillo weekend is not a retreat, but an opportunity to meet clergy and laity seeking to strengthen our faith. It provides an environment to experience the reality of the gift of God’s love through shared prayer, individual meditation, worship, study, fellowship, laughter, tears, and unconditional love.  

The Order of the Daughters of the King

Contact: Debbie Richardson

The Order of the Daughters of the King is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of prayer, service and evangelism. An order is a community under a religious rule; especially one requiring members to take solemn vows. We don’t just enroll as members and attend meetings; we take life-long vows to follow the Rule of Prayer and Rule of Service.

In solidarity with one another, all Daughters everywhere make the same promises upon their admission to the Order:

  • To obey the two Rules of The Order: the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service.
  • To offer at all times loyal aid to our clergy and parish to spread Christ’s kingdom.
  • To wear faithfully the cross of The Order.
  • To work for the purposes of The Order as God may give us the opportunity.

Network of Care

Contact: David Rutledge

Network of Care provides meals to our church families to welcome a baby, or share the burden during illness or bereavement.

Brotherhood of Saint Matthew

Contact: Dave Pretulak

The Brotherhood of St. Matthew is a group of men dedicated to sharing the Good News of God in Jesus Christ and deepening our own faith.  The men of the Brotherhood covenant to:

  • Pray for one another and the needs of our parish every day
  • To discern our individual calls to ministry with the hope that every man has a ministry
  • To engage in a corporate program of study about our shared faith
  • Attend all meetings of the Order unless prevented by significant cause
  • Undertake one outreach and one inreach ministry per year

Education for Ministry

Contact: Susan Pretulak

Education for Ministry - EfM is a 4-year program of theological education provided by Sewanee Theological Seminary that is designed to help individuals discern their call to ministry and to live out that call in their daily lives. For detailed information on the program, see