Margaret Young, betsy cameron, kimberly mullen, mark young, bob russo

Margaret Young, betsy cameron, kimberly mullen, mark young, bob russo

...after the phone call you hoped you'd never get.
...after the divorce papers are served and the bottom falls out   of your life.
...after the funeral when everyone has left and the emotions you've held at bay come crashing in on you.
...after the doctor says, "I'm sorry, but there's nothing more we can do."
...after the nursing home director shakes your hand and says, "Welcome to your new home."
...after the last child honks the horn, waves, and drives away - and the house suddenly seems empty.
...after the gavel goes down, the handcuffs go on, and your loved one is led away.
...after the baby arrives, demanding more of you than you ever dreamed possible.
...after you find a pink slip with your final paycheck.
...after your family and friends have heard your story one too many times, but you still need to talk it out.

Stephen Ministers are laypeople—Christian men and women—trained to provide one-to-one care to people experiencing a difficult time in life, such as grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness, relocation, or separation due to military deployment.

Stephen Ministers come from all walks of life. Their commonality? A passion for bringing Christ’s love and care to people during a time of need.

Since 1975, more than 600,000 people from more than 12,000 congregations and other organizations have been trained as Stephen Ministers.  Find out more about Stephen Ministry here.

Contact us: 210-690-7328 or email us.

Read a few words from Pastor Paul.

The U is a Stephen Ministry Congregation and you play an important role!

HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO:

  • Pray for God to bring hope and healing to hurting people through our Stephen Ministry.
  • Accept care from a Stephen Minister during your time of need.  God doesn't expect you to bear your burdens alone.
  • Tell a friend, neighbor, co-worker, or relative who is hurting about Stephen Ministry.
  • If you are a good listener and a compassionate person, prayerfully consider becoming a Stephen Minister.