Care

Therefore, as we have the opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially those who belong to the family of believers. Galatians 6:10

We care because you matter.

Like the Acts 2 church, Hillside desires to be the most loving and caring church it can possibly be, recognizing that we’ve been blessed to be a blessing. The vision of the Care Ministry is to demonstrate the compassionate heart and example of Christ through tangible expressions of love and assistance, striving to be the hands, heart, and feet of Jesus. We minister to those who find themselves in need of comfort and support, and we offer help and hope to the Body of Christ, both locally and around the world.  An important aspect of this ministry is to equip and encourage our church body to be involved in providing prayer, love and practical acts of caring for one another.

How can the Hillside Care team help you?

Request Prayer

Hillside’s staff prays weekly for the specific prayer requests submitted to the church on Sunday and sends a notes of encouragement to those who submit the request. To submit prayer requests to the church throughout the week, please fill out a digital form.

Sign up for DivorceCare

DivorceCare is a safe place where caring people come alongside you as you find healing from the pain of separation or divorce. Everyone is welcome, no matter what circumstances led to the breakup and no matter your current marital status. At this 13-week, video-based support group program, you’ll find helpful counsel to manage the emotional turmoil and practical tools for decision-making. The next group starts September 13th and goes until December 6th, 2021 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Hillside Church (2290 Mountain Road.)

To find out more or sign-up email: DivorceCare@hillsidemoncton.org
Check out more about the program at https://www.divorcecare.org/

Women's Mentoring

A Women’s Mentor in the Care Ministry is one who is identified and trained to “partner” with another woman in the church for encouragement, support, and guidance through a season of challenging issues. A Mentor will be equipped to identify some of the physical, spiritual, emotional or relational stumbling blocks that have led to this period of difficulty, and she will aim to coach her partner in the skill sets needed to find freedom in her circumstances. The goal is for the Mentor to help her partner find a clearer path along her journey, one of new freedom in Christ, and one that brings glory to God. It should be noted that a mentor is not a counsellor.