March 16, 6:30 pm - December 7 - 8:00 pm
Are you walking through a difficult time? Hungry to grow in some new areas in life? Care ministries at The MET exist to provide love and support through life's struggles and opportunities for equipping others with essential life skills. Whatever your need, help is available, and hope is possible.
Have a question or want to talk with someone from our care team?
Are you struggling with your finances? Do you feel well-equipped with money management? Our Faith & Finance class offers relationship with a community of people that are learning together how to better steward the provision God has given. In this 12-week class, facilitators will guide you through a faith-based curriculum while building on practical tools and applications. Not only will you walk away feeling more empowered to steward your provisions well, but we’re confident that you will encounter deepened relationships with God and others.
In this course, you will learn…
– God’s plan for your money and how it impacts your relationships
– How to build a budget and spending plan
– Greater understanding of your attitude toward money
– How to live simply and manage debt
Registration is CURRENTLY CLOSED for this session, but new fall dates will be posted soon.
Registration Fee: $20/person or $30/couple.
Employers will have the ability to promote open positions at no cost, and job seekers will have access to tools to create resumes, identify skills that align with interests, as well as engage in an extensive prayer network! Please visit the link below to view our new, customizable, and growing website.
The mission of WorkFaith is to provide faith-based training and coaching for anyone who desires long-term employment. Are you unemployed and struggling to find a job? Or do you have employment but are seeking to improve your soft skills to become a better employee? By combining spiritual growth with career skill development, our WorkFaith community partner will come alongside to help better equip you for long-term vocational success. Click the button below to learn more about the below offerings:
Mental illness can often lead to pain for both individuals and families. The mission of the Hope and Healing Center (HHCI) and Institute is to restore the lives of those broken by mental illness to health and wholeness. This is a direct response to the compassionate Great Commission of Jesus. Originally developed by St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, HHCI is now a separate non-profit organization that provides training and educational programs for communities of faith and beyond, along with psychological services.
The National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) exists to provide training materials on mental illness for religious communities. NAMI FaithNet also encourages the role of faith in recovery for those for whom faith is a key component of their experience. This online resource has established presentation materials for education purposes and can also be booked to provide presentations. NAMI assists faith communities in getting connected with their psychological services as well.
Pathways2Promise offers in-depth training, program development, consultation, and educational materials for faith, spiritual, and non-spiritual communities. This interfaith center provides virtual and in-person training, consultation, liturgical and educational materials, program models, and assessments. Pathways2Promise educates and affects change that creates welcoming and supportive caring connections for persons with mental health challenges, disabilities, and addictions and those who care for them.
Do you have a prayer request? Fill out the form below and we will pray for you. If you are in need of immediate prayer, call our Free Indeed prayer number at 281-746-8154.