Care Ministry

Care Ministry

The Care Ministry is here for you to help you in leveraging the various seasons of life for the purpose of Spiritual Transformation. 

Areas of the Care Ministry

No matter your season of life, the Care Ministry is here to walk with you. 


Our counseling is free, confidential, and provides a safe place to process some of life’s challenges and disappointments. We are currently able to provide counseling to men, couples, and families. Because our resources are limited at this time, we may not be able to respond to your specific need.

Call us (517) 492-1897 to schedule an appointment.

Support Groups

We offer support groups for those going through the loss of a loved one, a divorce, or foster care and adoption. See below for more information.


Congratulations on your engagement! To be married at Trinity Church or by a Trinity Pastor the Care Ministry is your first stop. 

Click here to start the process.

Hospital Visits

If you or someone you love is in the hospital and would like a visit, we would be happy to visit them.  In addition, Trinity provides periodic visits to people in extended care facilities or confined to home or hospice. Contact Pastor Bob at 517-272-3849.

Funeral and Memorial Services

We recognize that one of the most stressful times in an individual’s life is caused by the death of a loved one. As a result, we do everything we can to help the family during this difficult time. Contact us at 517-272-3820.

Support Groups

At Trinity, we offer several different support groups that provide you with a community of people who have similar life experiences as you.


GriefShare is a weekly support group that will help you heal from the hurt. It’s a warm, caring environment led by people who understand what you are going through. 

Contact Ingrid Winsett for information: [email protected].

Open Arms (Foster Care and Adoption)

Our desire is to live out James 1:27 in the following ways:

  • Providing Support to foster and adoptive families at Trinity through monthly community gatherings, mentoring, prayer, and meeting practical needs for our families as they arise.
  • Raising Awareness through sharing God’s heart for the orphan and a Biblical response to the needs of the fatherless, as well as by sharing local needs and ways to be involved.
  • Being a Resource by hosting Discover classes to learn about foster care and adoption, as well as post-placement support, training and continuing education classes for current foster and adoptive families in our congregation and community.

Please join us on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 9:15am in Room 163 for our monthly community meeting.  We will share updates, prayer requests, provide training and walk this journey together!

DivorceCare for Adults

  • Provides distinctively Christian Care and Support to those experiencing separation and divorce
  • Find the support of others who also are processing hurt and disappointment of a broken marriage
  • Gain renewed hope for the future.

For more information contact Jeff & Annie Leipprandt at [email protected] (Jeff), or [email protected] (Annie).

Little Pieces Club (Divorce Support for Kids)

Have your children been affected by divorce or separation?  The Little Pieces Club provides a safe and fun place for children to process their feelings and emotions with regard to their parents separation or divorce.  The very committed leaders of this ministry help children find the security and hope that comes from God. Also, this is a place where kids can make friends with other kids who understand how they feel and the things they are going through because of the separation or divorce of their parents. 

This group meets on Sundays at 9:15am in room 209 which is located in the Children’s wing.

Contact Chris Pohlod for more information:  [email protected].

Volunteer Forms

Health Care Chaplain Report

Care Lay Counseling Contact Note