WHO WE ARE
ZCM Cares Recovery Ministry Team currently consists of Sis. Kim McCulloum, Bro. Tye West, and Leader and Overseer Elder Anne Johnson. If you would like to be a part of this ministry, please send the team an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To represent and extend the light, life, and love of Christ by supporting our fellow Zionites and their families during their time of health challenges and recovery through encouraging calls, cards, and visitations.
WHAT WE DO
Our desire and goal is to make, at minimum, a small difference in someone's life. As everyday life happens, we seem to get busier, work hours and commutes are getting longer, spouses and children have their own schedules and agendas and you are needed to fulfill the role of supporter and transporter, and so on and so on. When we have loved ones, whether it be an elderly parent or maybe even our spouse or children, who have health challenges or require some type of special care, it can sometimes become overwhelming for the caregiver. This is especially when the caregiver is pulled in so many different directions. It can lead to a balancing act where one or two things and maybe even some of our loved ones get unintentionally neglected. For you or a loved one who may be sick at home, in the hospital, or even for those who reside in long-term care facilities, because of the busyness of life, those with physical limitations and health challenges can become lonely, sad, and depressed from the lack of visitation. Zion Cares would love to make contact with you or your loved one with a phone call, a card, perhaps some flowers or fruit, and/or a visit for chit chat and laughter. We simply want to check in on our family and friends and be of support when and where we can.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Please help us to fulfill our mission by keeping us informed with any knowledge you may have regarding any members of Zion and their loved ones who may be dealing with health challenges or who may have an extended stay at a long-term care facility. Our ability to care for these individuals is limited to our awareness of their situations and circumstances.