Care + Support

Meetinghouse Cares

Meetinghouse Cares is about sharing the journey of faith together. It’s an invitation to build bridges, to learn how to become better care givers, and get the church to a place where we can be better care receivers. Join us as we identify – and amplify – our gifts for the mission of our church, and the glory of God.

Focus on what you do best

Christ encourages us all to invest in things that have eternal value, by being good stewards of our resources, whether that be our finances, time and/or talents. We invite you to join us on your journey to answer the question, “How can I best utilize my resources to have an impact for God’s glory?”
REFRAMING Pastoral Care Ministry

Meetinghouse Cares is a new way to identify, train, encourage, motivate and equip caregivers in the Meetinghouse community. It is the identity for all pastoral programs and activities at Meetinghouse Church. Meetinghouse Cares caregivers will be invited to participate in an in-house training program. That includes the StrengthsFinder testing tool and follow-up evaluation, as well as a series of training classes to be offered both in the fall and the spring on consecutive weeks. Meetinghouse Cares is designed around the needs of the care receiver(s).


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Do you have a prayer request?

Contact our Pastoral Care staff at or the Church office at 952.925.2711.
To reach the On-Call pastor outside of office hours call 952.224.9521
Acts of Love
Acts of Love is a ministry that provides meals and other assistance for members going through an illness, life change, or time of need. Click here to learn more.
Heartwarmer’s Prayer Shawl Ministry
Heartwarmers create portable hugs (prayer shawls) for those going through challenging times. Baby blankets and quilts are also given at baptism. To request a shawl – we never say no! – contact Alice Loddigs at or Mary Scott at 952.944.5582 or
Edina Coalition for Grief Support
Education and group support for those grieving the death of a loved one. The location for this group changes each year.
For more information, see
CoDA: CoDependents Anonymous
Wednesdays, 12:00 – 1:30 pm, Fireside Room CoDA is a fellowship of women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships. For more info contact
Deacon Board
Assist in spiritual formation and ministering to the spiritual interest of the Church through Deacon of the Day (scripture reading), Communion, and visiting.
Prayer Chain
People who intentionally set aside time in their schedule to pray for the specific needs of the week.
Prayer Ministry
Sundays in the Quiet Room or by appointment. Creating space to experience the presence and power of Jesus by receiving personal prayer led by trained Meetinghouse members.