Our Care Group Ministry is great way for our families to stay connected. The Care Groups meet occasionally to discuss certain needs of the church members, but also come together for times of fellowship as well. We have four different Care Groups that have been formed based upon where people live in relation to the church building.
Care Group Coordinators: Dennis & Angela Vaughn.
2021 CARE GROUP LEADERS
Care Groups #1 and #3
1st Quarter (January-March): Sandra & Victoria Huffines, Scott & Donna Pedigo, Kevin & Suzanne Hammer
2nd Quarter (April-June): Laura Cook, Kelly & Michelle Harding, Kenny & Cindy Holman
3rd Quarter (July-September): Nell Jordan, Pat Metcalf, Debbie Thornton, Karen Frazier
4th Quarter (October-December): David Jernigan, Quentin & Mandi Lineberry
Care Groups #2 and #4
1st Quarter (January-March): Steven & Nisha Kirby, Jeff & Dawn Shrull, Keith & Sonya Petitt, Scotty & Cindy Cook
2nd Quarter (April-June): Holly Bennett, Toni Gibbs, Brian & Melissa Bilyeu, Jim & Tresa Cummings, Adam & Amy Harrison
3rd Quarter (July-September): Jerry & Barbara Wims, Jackie Morgan, Kay Postins, Lynn & Rae Caudill, David & Betty Jane Pedigo
4th Quarter (October-November): Mike & Sandra Hurt, Bruce & Debbie Akin, Mike & Sandy Gregory
Distribution of Our Care Groups
Care Group #1 - consist of members living within the city of limits of Franklin north of Cedar Street (Hwy. 100)
Care Group #2 - consist of members living within Simpson County (north of Cedar Street) and in Bowling Green area
Care Group #3 - consist of members living within the city of limits of Franklin south of Cedar Street (Hwy. 100)
Care Group #4 - consist of members living withing Simpson County (south of Cedar Street) and in the Sumner/Robertson County area
Care Group Responsibilities
- Care Group leaders for each quarter should coordinate/communicate with one another for their obligated assignment.
- Care Group leaders should also keep the Care Group Coordinator and Church Staff aware of any needs of church members.
- To help look after needs of the members of their Care Group by calling, texting, visiting, and checking on them on a regular basis
- To help arrange meals for any needs of members in their Care Group (sickness, family loss, new birth, etc.)