Know a Foundry member who is in the hospital? Let us know.
We are called not only to love God, but to express that love by caring for others. When we pray for each other, bear one another’s burdens, spend time together, and walk with each other through the events of life, we demonstrate God’s love to the world. Here are some of the ways Foundry is committed to caring for people’s needs.
We all go through times in our lives when things are tough. Stephen Ministers work alongside Foundry pastors to provide spiritual direction to anyone facing a crisis. They are trained caregivers, ready to listen, care for and encourage you, pray with and for you, and provide one-on-one Christian care to help you through whatever you’re facing. Participation is free and confidential.
Click here if you think you might benefit from this ministry, or would like to inquire about becoming a Stephen Minister.
The Employment Assistance Ministry (TEAM) exists to encourage and support individuals seeking employment. Our ministry is community-wide and not limited to Foundry members.
We serve unemployed or underemployed individuals by:
Click here for more information on how TEAM can help you, or to become part of this ministry.
There are many kinds of caregivers. Some care for their spouses or special needs children. Others look after aging parents. Whether you are a full-time, part-time or intermittent caregiver, let us connect you with other caregivers and resources that will make your life easier and make the journey more rewarding and less overwhelming.
We meet on the first Monday of every month from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. in the Parlor of the Jones Road Campus to provide support for those trying to balance the demands of their own lives while caring for a loved one. There will be no meeting in July.
Shepherd Care is a mission of encouragement and companionship to shut-in members and friends of the Foundry family. Armed with prayer, kind words, attentive ears and a willingness to reach out to others, Shepherds make a real difference in lives. Each shut-in individual is paired with a Shepherd who commits to contact them on a regular basis.
Click here to let us know of someone who needs a shepherd, or to become a shepherd yourself.
The Welcome Home Baby team prepares and delivers special gifts to welcome the newest arrivals into our Foundry Family. In addition, they provide information about our nursery ministries, baptism and raising your child in the church.
If you are expecting, or would like to help welcome babies to Foundry, let us know!
Foundry senior adults and residents of area local assisted-living facilities stay connected to God and each other at monthly luncheons featuring live entertainment. There is no cost to attend; call us at 713.937.9388 for information or to RSVP.
Moving On is a fellowship and support group for widows. They enjoy sharing meals, and participating in a variety of field trips to shop, see a play or show and other fun events. They support and encourage one another as they traverse one of life’s most difficult transitions. For more information, contact Lynn at 281-839-4355.
Reaching Your Prodigal by Phil Waldrep
Parenting can be painful but you don’t have to endure it alone. If you are a parent longing for your child to “come home,” this community is for you. Come find hope, support and guidance as you seek to extend unconditional love, remove barriers, overcome guilt and shame, forgive wrong decisions, pray the hard prayers and hope for the long-awaited homecoming. We meet on Tuesdays in the Parlor of the Jones Road Foundry campus at 7:00 p.m. from September 12 – December 12, 2017. For more information, please contact Vern Howard.
GriefShare is a support group for people grieving the loss of someone close. Each session includes a video seminar and group discussion. You’ll have the opportunity to interact with others who have experienced a recent loss and you’ll learn coping and healing strategies. LEARN MORE.
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