We all have defining moments in our lives—challenging circumstances, relational pain, transitional seasons. How we respond during these times has a direct impact on our futures. At LifePark, we are serious about providing a network of ministries, helpful resources, trained volunteers, and professional counselors to help you move forward.
SPEAK WITH A PASTOR
If you need care or counseling we encourage you to contact a pastor at The Church at LifePark. Our hope and desire is to be able to love and pray for our community. You can submit a request online or call our church offices at 843.654.7600 to speak with a pastor.
COUNSELING AND REFERRALS
The Church at LifePark offers confidential counseling and referrals. LifePark would be glad to counsel you through life’s difficult challenges and pre-marital counseling. Contact us to schedule a meeting or speak to a pastor.
The Church at LifePark loves to come alongside those in need. Our member services can assist you including meals, hospital visits, etc. If you are going through a difficult season, please contact us to speak to a pastor.
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Joining a LifeGroup is the best way to experience mutual love and encouragement as part of a family, to know that someone will visit you when you’re sick or walk with you through tragedy. A weekly one-hour counseling appointment is not sufficient to journey through the difficulties of life, so we strongly encourage getting connected to a LifeGroup within the church.
In addition to our regular adult LifeGroups, we also have special care groups, or offer counseling and prayer to those in who need. Please contact us form more information.
NEED PRAYER? CONTACT US
Our prayer team and pastors would love to pray for your requests or pray with you. We pray for specific prayer requests with great trust in God’s healing light and love to touch the one for whom we pray. We consider it an honor to pray for you.