2020 has marked us all. While we cling to the hope we have in Jesus, no one is exempt from the impact of the collective losses and uncertainty we have faced this year.
Before the pandemic, it was estimated that nearly 50 million people in the U.S. had experienced some form of mental illness in the previous year. The added stress, increased isolation, and the general uncertainty we are experiencing now are having a tremendous impact on our mental health and emotional well-being, resulting in what some consider to be a mental health crisis. This crisis, if left unattended, could impact individuals, families and communities for decades to come. We must commit to reaching out and staying connected to one another to find the support we need.
Whether you would like to contribute toward counseling for others, would like to receive a referral yourself, or are simply looking for community, we want to be a resource for you.
Community groups are the primary environment for people to grow in their practices of Bible study and prayer, meet the practical needs of its members and neighborhood, and serve the needs of the community at large. Joining a community group is a great way to get connected to our church family and be reminded that you are not alone.
Freedom Prayer is a personal prayer ministry where individuals can schedule a focused prayer time with members of COTC’s Freedom Prayer team. The main goal of this prayer ministry is to allow the Holy Spirit to identify and address things hindering a deeper personal relationship with God. To schedule a prayer session or learn more about this ministry, click below.
Re:generation is a 12-step discipleship journey leading to healing, recovery, and freedom. By working through these Biblical steps within an authentic community, people have found freedom from substance abuse, codependency, pornography, depression, fear, control, and many other personal struggles. We believe that anyone can experience new life and freedom by working through steps of healing given to us by God through the Bible. All who are tired, broken, or hurting are invited to come find recovery in Jesus Christ.
celebrate recovery (Spring Hill)
Celebrate Recovery© is a ministry to hurting people who are on a journey toward wholeness, seeking recovery from and celebrating God’s healing of life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Learn more by emailing our Spring Hill team today.
QPR Suicide Prevention
Twice a year COTC Spring Hill hosts a QPR Suicide Prevention Training. QPR stands for question, persuade and refer. This 90-minute training will give you the tools to approach someone who may be at risk for suicide, ask them questions that will help you understand their situation and assist them in getting help. Register here if you’d like more information about our next training
If you would like to speak with someone on our team about a counseling referral, we are here to help. Fill out our form at the button below and someone from our team will be in contact with you shortly.
donate to christmas offering
This Christmas, we are raising funds to help off-set the cost for individuals counseling fees. We believe that this is something that, as a church family, we can help out easily! Donate to our offering by clicking the link below. Make sure you select “Christmas Offering.”