The dress is casual and the atmosphere is rich with the Holy Spirit. When you arrive come into the door under the portico and greeters will assist you. Handicapped access is under the portico. Visit Church Site. We have Women's groups that meet monthly and a men's group that meets during the school year.
There are several Bible Studies that run during most of the year. We have Sunday School for all ages. Our praise team and choir meet on Wednesday evenings and lead the worship with special music. There are a number of ongoing ministries that you are invited to participate in. They meet to perpare to lead worship on Sundays.
They provide Cantatas for the church at Easter and Christmas. The youth and leaders work at Salkahatchie evey summer helping to repair homes of financially poor families. We support the local shelter for families by providing caregivers at night to assist those spending the night. This event occurs every third Thursday of the month from pm to pm. This group meets monthly to knit, crochet and sew to make prayer shawls, premi hats, prayer patches for our troops, and dresses for Haiti orphans.
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Ministries Explore. Welcome As the sign on the fellowship hall door says - "May all who enter as guests leave as friends. A nursery is available during the service. What We Offer We have Women's groups that meet monthly and a men's group that meets during the school year. Bible Study Date Every Sunday from am to am. Overview Mixed group that meets every Sunday morning for in depth Bible Study. Music, Arts and Worship Media Ministry audio, video, lighting, presentation Overview Volunteers run the sound system, overhead display, and vedio of the worship service.
Don't promise confidentiality in these circumstances. It's important for you to share this information with the individual's doctor. Describe specific behaviors and events that trouble you. If you can explain to your loved one the particular ways his or her behavior has changed, this might help to get communication started.
Compounding the lack of interest in communication may be guilt or shame for having suicidal thoughts. Try to help him or her overcome feelings of guilt. If there has already been a suicide attempt, guilt over both the attempt and its failure can make the problem worse. It's important to reassure the individual that there's nothing shameful about what they are thinking and feeling.
Keep stressing that thoughts of hopelessness, guilt, and even suicide are all symptoms of a treatable, medical condition. Reinforce the good work they've done in keeping with their treatment plan.
Work with professionals. Never promise confidentiality if you believe someone is very close to suicide. Keep the person's doctor or therapist informed of any thoughts of suicide. If possible, encourage them to discuss it with their doctor s themselves, but be ready to confirm that those discussions have taken place. This may involve making an appointment to visit the doctor together or calling the doctor on your own.
Be aware that a doctor will not be able to discuss the person's condition with you. You should only call to inform the doctor of your concern. Whenever possible, you should get permission from your loved one to call his or her doctor if you feel there's a problem.
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Otherwise, it could be seen as butting in and may worsen the symptoms or cause added stress. Of course, if you believe there is a serious risk of immediate self-harm, call his or her doctor. You can work out any feelings of anger the person has towards you later. Stress that the person's life is important to you and to others. Many people find it awkward to put into words how another person's life is important for their own well-being. Emphasize in specific terms to your friend or loved one how his or her suicide would devastate you and others.
Share personal stories or pictures to help remind your loved one of the important events in life you've shared together. Be prepared for anger. The individual may express anger and feel betrayed by your attempt to prevent their suicide or help them get treatment. Be strong. Realize that these reactions are caused by the illness and should pass once the person receives proper treatment.
Always be supportive. People who have thought about, or attempted, suicide will most likely have feelings of guilt and shame. Be supportive and assure them that their actions were caused by an illness that can be treated. Offer your continued support to help them recover. Take care of yourself. It's not uncommon for friends and family members to experience stress or symptoms of depression when trying to help someone who is suicidal. You can only help by encouraging and supporting people through their own treatment.
You cannot get better for them. Don't focus all of your energy on the one person.
Ask friends and family to join you in providing support and keep to your normal routine as much as possible. Pay attention to your own feelings and seek help if you need it.
Includes many local hour hotlines along with support for suicide survivors, suicide prevention, and suicide statistics. American Association of Suicidology. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Befrienders Worldwide Search US only. Families for Depression Awareness. International Suicide Hotline Listings. The Columbia Lighthouse Project.
Suicide Hotline Listing by State. ULifeLine: Resources for college mental health. Vets Prevail.
Finding Us. DBSA is not Getting Help. How to Chose a Therapist.
Finding Help. Treatment Centers.