Deacons are available to assist members of their parishes or visitors of the church with meals and prayers during times of family illness, crisis, or times of need. The deacons provide a deeply “personal touch” in the ministry of our church. All those attending Faith on a regular basis are assigned a parish. If you need to reach your deacon but don’t know your parish, please contact the church office at 428-3439.
Deacon contact list
Prayer Time after Services
Each Sunday one of our pastors and at least one of our elders or deacons will be available after each worship service for prayer. If you have a prayer concern you would like to confidentially share, please find us in the prayer (front area of the sanctuary) after the worship service concludes. It would be our privilege to pray with you at that time.
Our pastors are available to meet confidentially with individuals from the congregation or community. Please contact any of us through the church office or via e-mail:
Also available for counseling outside Faith Church, Rev. Gail Cullerton specializes in grief work, forgiveness, relationship issues, and women’s issues. She offers a supportive environment in which to grow toward wholeness. Licensed through the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, Rev. Cullerton can be reached at (916) 428-8499.
Through an email prayer chain, a dedicated group at Faith will pray for your specific needs. Please call Sam Cadeaux at (209) 352-4297 or email your prayer request to: email@example.com – You may also contact your deacon or Faith’s office at 428-3439. Confidentiality will be honored. During Sunday service, prayer request cards (yellow) are also located in the pews. For those wishing to participate in the prayer chain, please contact Sam.
Gathering for Prayer
Join us the first and third Wednesdays of the month in the sancyuary from 6:30-7:30 a.m. as we pray for our world, our country, our city, our community, our church, and for one another. All are welcome to pray at their own comfort level, praying aloud or praying silently.