Care & Prayer

Care & Prayer

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.


“My house will be a house of prayer.” Luke 19:46

God invites us to devote ourselves to prayer (Col 4:2), for the prayers of the righteous are powerful and effective at bringing about wondrous change in His kingdom (James 5:16). By praying for each other and with each other, we practice loving God and loving our neighbor. Click here to submit a prayer request; it will be shared with others in our congregation who have volunteered to pray.

Stephen Ministry

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 in the Stephen Ministry 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.

Welcome Home Baby Team

The Welcome Home Baby team prepares and delivers special gifts to welcome the newest arrivals into our Foundry Family. In addition, these baskets contain information about our nursery ministries, including baptism. Team members also answer questions new parents may have about bringing up their children in the church.

If you are expecting, or would like to help welcome babies to Foundry, let us know!

Homebound Ministries

This ministry is available to any members who can no longer attend either campus services in-person anymore. This consist of a visit from one of our volunteers to provide the elements of communion on the first Sunday of each month. We will visit homes, rehabilitation facilities and hospitals during that afternoon. Please contact us if you or someone you know might be interested in a visit from this ministry.



Know a Foundry member who is in the hospital? Let us know.