The Care Ministry is made up of four main areas:


Hospital Visitation 

Visiting any parishioners that are in Parrish Hospital due to illness or surgery.  
Serving time: 1-2 hours, one day a week

Nursing Home Visitation

Visiting any parishioners or their family members who are in the various nursing homes in Titusville. Volunteers can visit different homes over the course of a month or just pick one of them and visit on a weekly to monthly basis. Visits usually last 5-10 minutes for each person. You will brighten their day and be blessed!
Serving time: 1-2 hours, one day a week or month depending on your availability

Homebound Visitation

Provide one-on-one visits to someone who is shut in and cannot leave their house. This requires a servant heart, a willing spirit and a prayerful presence. The goal is to form a relationship with the person and “check in” on them on regular basis.
Serving time: 1/2 hour to 1 hour, once a week or month


Intercessory Prayer

 team prays over the written concerns of the congregation as well as the prayers people have lifted up each weekend from the prayer cards collected.  This team also sends out roughly 12 cards per week to encourage people.   Serving Time: Monday mornings from 11:00-12:00pm


This team organizes funeral receptions for members of the congregation without strong connections in the church community. It would require bringing one large serving of food such as Finger sandwiches, Vegetable/Fruit tray or dessert.  Serving time: 1-2 times a year

Prayer Shawl Ministry

This ministry makes and prays over shawls that bless people in our congregation and community and it reminds them that God is with them in their struggle. The Daytime group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10:00am and the Evening group meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm. Both meet in Studio 153.

Meal Train Ministry

This ministry organizes meals for people who are in crisis or convalescing. Usually, the team makes and delivers meals to the recipients for about 2 weeks every other day. You may only be called to bring a meal once or twice a year.  Serving Time: 1-3 times per year

Women Together

This team provides comfort and support for women who have suffered the loss of a spouse. Meets on the 4th Sunday of every month in WFH. Volunteers would help with setting up the room and food preparation.
Serving Time: 3 hours once a month

Journey Through Grief Books

A set of four short books we send to grieving people at four crucial times during the first year after a loss to provide ongoing support and care.


Dementia Alliance Support Group

This group is open for people who are caregivers or related to a loved one or person suffering with progressive Dementia. Talk through challenges, share feelings, needs and concerns, and learn about resources available in the community.

We meet the 1st Tuesday of each month from 11:00am-1:00pm in the choir room at IRC. Please bring a Brown Bag lunch.

 For more information call Leah Michaels at 321-652-2824 or

Chronic Illness Support Group

The purpose of this group is to provide support and a caring Christian environment for people who are dealing with illness that cause chronic pain, breathing difficulties, necessary compliance, etc. (cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, diabetes, etc.)

This Support Group will meet the 2nd and 3rd Thursday of the month.  The second Thursday will be for lunch.  The third Thursday will be a Zoom meeting at 2:00 pm.  We will meet at 12 pm at Kelsey’s on February 8th, March 14th and April 11th.  May 9th meeting will be at IRC for a bag lunch.   

For more information call Alyce Riddle at 321-794-8066 or email

Helping Hands

This ministry provides financial assistance to people in the church, Campus, and Community and also points them to resources and assistance already in set up in the surrounding area.

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

If you have taken on the responsibility of raising your grandchild, you may face new problems and new joys. Your new role or continuing role brings powerful feelings, parenting questions, legal and financial challenges and sometimes exhaustion.


Grandparents Raising Grandchildren (GRG) of Brevard currently serves relative caregivers in the Brevard County area. Over 80 percent of the caregivers are grandparents. GRG provides services such as acquiring state funding, legal assistance, advocacy, holiday assistance, newsletter, school supplies, sporting camps and training for grandparents receiving their grandchildren.

This meeting is the First Friday of each month from 9:30–11:00am beginning on March 1, 2024 in the Music Room at IRC.

For more information, call Natasha Walsh at 321-506-9049 or www.GRG-Brevard.ORG.

For more information or to join a team, please contact: Lisa Baggett 321-267-7922 x24

Email Lisa at