At one time or another, every one of us finds ourselves in a time of need. Our needs range from physical needs in times of illness to financial needs in times of stress, emotional and spiritual needs to a helping hand when things are too much for us on our own. But, where do we turn to have our needs met? We turn to God who promises to meet our every need and to His people through whom we experience the gracious provision of God.
If you are in need, we want to be God’s hands and feet for you. Below you will find descriptions of different needs we experience. We encourage you to click on the appropriate area of need in order to discover how you can experience the meeting of these needs.
Sometimes we feel lost on the journey of faith, or we discover that we need help in making sense of what God is up to or if he is even there. At Union Center, we want to journey with you, helping you discover where God is and how you can follow him. If you find yourself in need of direction, we will sit with you and work together to help you find your way. Please contact us to set up an appointment by calling our office at (607) 754-8222 or emailing Laura Kasson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Life hurts. We get stuck. We can’t let go of that which is not good for us. We need help navigating life and hope that it can be good once more. At Union Center, we believe that in Christ, we can discover healing for our hurts, freedom from our habits, and a way out of our many hang-ups. Every Monday night, we offer a ministry experience called Re:generation. In Re:generation, you will encounter Christ through transparent community and discover a new way of life which leads us from our places of hurt, our habits, and our hang-ups. For more information about Re:generation, please contact Bill Sprouse email@example.com or call our office at (607) 754-8222.
We all get sick. We have to have that “procedure” or surgery. Our bodies fail us for a season or for the foreseeable future. In these times, we need encouragement, prayer, and sometimes help with things like dinner and cleaning the house. At Union Center, we are here to minister to you in your times of sickness and hospitalization. When you are sick or in the hospital, you can call our Care Team at firstname.lastname@example.org and speak with a team member directly who will ensure your needs are met to the best of our abilities.
Finances. The word can feel oppressive. Sometimes we discover that we simply don’t have enough resources to meet our needs or we want to know how to better manage what we have in a way that honors God. At Union Center, we want to help ensure you experience the meeting of your needs and learn how to steward what resources God has given you. If you want more information, please contact the Benevolence Team at email@example.com or call our office at (607) 754-8222.
Sometimes the job is simply too big or the task too tough for us to do it on our own. At Union Center we believe that being family means we pitch in to lend a hand when it is needed. Our Handyman Ministry existed to provide help with things like general maintenance and repairs or a helping hand when a strong back is needed. When you need a helping hand, please contact our Handyman Ministry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at (607) 754-8222.
Whether you are thinking about getting married or your marriage needs a tune up (or maybe a major repair!), we want to help. At Union Center, you will find people who are trained to help you prepare for the wonderful journey of marriage or work with you to get back to that experience of a joyous marriage. If you would like help with your marriage or someone to work with you to ensure you are prepared for marriage please contact Laura Kasson at email@example.com or call our office at (607) 754-8222.
Sometimes we lose. We lose a friend, a spouse, a dream. Losing hurts. We are here to support you in your times of loss and grief, coming alongside you to comfort, guide, and give you hope. If you need help in your time of loss please contact Laura Kasson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at (607) 754-8222.