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Stephen Ministry

What Is Stephen Ministry?


Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ (Galatians 6:2, NRSV).


Stephen Ministry offers a proven and effective way to organize, equip, and supervise a team of congregation members—called Stephen Ministers—to provide high-quality, one-to-one, Christ-centered care to people in the congregation and the community experiencing life difficulties.

Lighthouse Summer Mission Team 2022 


Please keep our Mission team in your prayers!  

 Packed and ready early July,10th. On their way to Waverly, TN. to support flood relief to residents. 

Prayer Blanket Ministry

The Prayer Blanket Ministry touches the lives of those who receive the blankets and those who construct and distribute them. The Prayer Blanket Ministry sews Palm sized blankets and squares for those in need of physical or emotional healing. 

Prayers are offered as the blankets are made in hope that the recipient will experience God's mercy, peace, strength, and healing power. The blankets are blessed prior to distribution.  

Join us in this beautiful ministry to bring comfort to the sick while sharing in fellowship and fun! No sewing experience required!


Our Ladies meet Thursdays at 2:00pm in room 3 

For more information on how to involved


Local Support Ministries

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Hope Place provides a fresh start for families with children who have been displaced from their homes by difficult circumstances and a safe place for homeless unaccompanied youth (18-24) to live while pursuing an education. The former Hurst Elementary School has been converted to offer 26 temporary emergency housing rooms and 9 transitional apartments for families, as well as dorm rooms for up to 32 unaccompanied youth.

Barracks of Hope provides transitional housing for up to 9 months to male and female veterans who have struggled with homelessness, addiction, and mental health. Single occupancy rooms are provided, along with mental health counseling, case management, and three meals per day. In 2019, Barracks of Hope served 52 veterans and helped move 28 into permanent housing.

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by Lighthouse Christ Presbyterian Church

Moncrieff Academic Scholarship

Jack Surrett Academic Scholarship

John Council Memorial Scholarship

Lighthouse has awarded college scholarships to five 2022 high school graduates and six college students. All of the students are members of the Lighthouse youth group or Church members. Church membership is not a requirement to be eligible for the scholarships. These awards may be given every year to students based upon.

Acceptance to an accredited college or university

academic achievement, financial need, service and Christian character.

This years recipients are:

Moncrieff-Addison Owen, Chyenne Justice, Haley Welsh, Connor Savary, Catherine Coleman, Ella Chandler, Lydia Chandler, Julia Moncrieff, Faith Partington, Victoria Woods


Surrett-Phillip Kamelagam


Council-Warren Scherb

All area middle and high school students are warmly welcomed to visit our Youth Group for food, fun, fellowship and a short devotional bible study in the Church Gathering Place.

Please contact us for our Youth Group schedule. 

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News You Can Use from Family Renew Community

Family Renew Community has an amazing success rate compared to other similar national organizations. The national average transitional program (as Family Renew is considered) has a cost of $22,000 per family. The length of time they stay at the facility is 24 months. The success rate (people who remain in the work force and in stable housing) is 42%. The non-Veteran Rapid Rehousing Program has a average cost of $6578. The average length of time to be housed is 9 months with a success rate of 77%. Family Renew Community has an average cost per family of $9634 with the average length of stay 6.7 months. The success rate is 94%. We are so proud to be a part of this amazing faith-based program that has such a high rate of success for its clients. 


The other good news, is an anonymous donor has agreed to match donations 2:1 before August 21, 2022. If you would be able to share a few dollars, remember they will double in value, that would be such a blessing to this amazing success story. Like anything today, you can go online OR mail a check.

Here’s how to do either:  then click the donate tab at the top

      Then click here for your one-time donation

If you prefer, you may mail your donation to Family Renew Community % Denise O’Toole Kelly, Development Director,  810 Ridgewood Ave, Holly Hill, FL  32117 Checks made out to Family Renew Community

If you have any questions, reach out to Linda Hargreaves, or call 386.212.3151


Fellowship Team

The purpose of the Fellowship Team is to provide support and opportunities for our church family, friends and community to come together and connect in unity with Jesus Christ to actively do God’s will. To that end, after almost 2 years of being very restricted in our activities due to Covid, we are beginning again to plan activities to bring our church family together. We work hard planning and executing activities but we have fun and a wonderful, caring team spirit. We welcome (and need) suggestions from the congregation and also more members on the Fellowship Team.  We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the church. Members include: Barb Becker, Linda Bertolet, Debby Fadlevich, Cheryl Ogle, Carol Scott, Pam Kelly, Janet Foley, Terry Humleker, Sally Nunziato, Sandy Rossmeyer, Kathleen Shematek, Mary Sims. If you have questions, suggestions or would like to join the Team, please contact Bonda Garrison, Chair at or 386-871-0475. 

Next meeting is August 2022.


Endowment Team

This entity is separate from our church and these are key, select words from the by-laws: The purposes for which the corporation is formed are for charitable and religious purposes . . . and to establish a perpetual fund, which obtains and distributes annual income to Christ Presbyterian Church . . . and to invest or deal with the principal, or the income thereof, in such manner as described herein, and as in the judgement of the directors, will best promote the purposes of the corporation.

In essence, this is a fund for people who are hesitant to make a donation that would simply be used for an operating expense such as salaries. Annually the fund transfers 5% to the church's general fund.

We welcome new members to our team and meet quarterly. Team members/directors are: Mike Abate, Stephanie Coleman, Susan Kaznoski, Mike Ogle, Larry Sims. Tony Zaffuto, Chair, can be contact at 386-257-1895,


We have achieved two important accomplishments earlier this year to help our Church's financial stability. We were successful in reducing the Church Mortgage Interest Rate from 4.48% to 4.00% and paying off the last Bus Loan, thus significantly reducing interest expense for the coming years. 

We need and welcome new members to the Team and are particularly in need of those with interest in investing and the financial markets. Please contact, Susan Kaznoski, Team Leader at 386-679-8365, with any questions and to learn more about your Finance Team. Please consider coming to a meeting to learn more about how and what we do. We need You!  


To read more please visit our website

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