Care Corridors  
As we invite every man, woman, and child to find your place at Randall Church we are keenly aware that our church has to find its place in this community as well. Therefore, we have organized ourselves in geographically based corridors all around the region in 12-24 family units. Each corridor has an elder overseeing spiritual needs, and 2-4 deacons / deaconesses attending to physical needs. While this organization begins with the people we know, the list is ever-expanding to include additional previously unknown neighbors with physical and spiritual needs as well.

Congregational Care 
As the body of Christ, we are to love one another as family. Practically this means that we take care of each other. At Randall, we desire to use all the gifts in our congregation to address the needs of each of our congregants consistently and holistically. These needs are spiritual, familial, medical, financial, social, psychological, and educational. As a body, we want to address any area where we may be of assistance. In some instances it will require the elder/deacon(ess) to apply Scripture appropriately to the stated concern. Other times it will be sacrificing time and energy to personally meet the need. It may mean contacting other church members and rallying them to help care for someone’s yard or car. Other times it will be alerting the deacon fund of a particular financial need of a member. It will always include personal specific prayer, encouragement, correction, and questioning. 

The Bottom Line 
All people matter to God, so all people matter to us. We want to be a church that is impacting an ever-expanding community of people. We can help people from different political viewpoints, different cultures, and different generations. We will model a respect and a reciprocal love for one another that goes beyond hospitality and social politeness. We will show our world there is a better way to live together. We believe these corridors empower the body to do so.

Email to be placed in a care corridor. We look at where you live, and connect you with others in your immediate community.