Care Ministries

  • Stay Connected Online!

      We are living in unusual times; we are separated from friends, family and at times isolated. A lot of us are laid off and without income. Some of us struggle with our relationships with spouses, family or kids. During these times we tend to comfort ourselves in many ways. Some of us struggle with problems, habits and or addictions. We are facing a virus that has taken lives.

      One truth we know is that God is faithful, in the midst of these uncertain times. You do not have to walk this alone. We have people who want to help and walk with you.

      To schedule a meeting to talk with a pastor [click here].

      Consider joining one of our many support groups.
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Care Ministries

The challenges confronting us today are complex. We face issues that can drag us and our families down. Through support groups, temporary financial assistance, and practical services, FAC offers help to move us toward the only real answer ― a relationship with God.

Through the FAC Care Center, you can find emotional, financial, and practical help.

Call the Center for assistance at 609-975-9741 or e-mail us at [carecenter@myfac.org].

If you would like to serve in any of the Care Ministries, [click here to let us know].

  • Emotional Care

      Pastoral Counseling

      Pastor Brent Brendle offers Biblical counseling to our church family and the community. Most people need spiritual counsel at some point in their lives. Pastor Brent will discuss your situation with you and pray with you. If you need further counseling, he may refer you to other local professionals. Schedule a pastoral care meeting via phone or video.

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      Contact
      Pastor Brent Brendle
      [brentb@myfac.org]
      609-953-7333 x 129

      Support Groups

      Finding a support group for addictions and emotional needs may be the most important step in your recovery journey. Joining with others in similar circumstances brings hope and an understanding of necessary steps to take. Most important, all of our care groups point to Jesus and His power to heal.

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  • Financial Assistance

      Financial Assistance

      If you are in need of short-term financial assistance, please read the following criteria.

      Our service area includes residents of:
      Medford, Medford Lakes, Marlton, Maple Shade, Moorestown, Mount Laurel, Mount Holly, Lumberton, Hainesport, Vincentown, Southampton, Tabernacle, Shamong, and Chatsworth.

      If you live outside our service area and wish to be considered for assistance you must be one of the following:
      ● Attender of an active, ongoing ministry of Fellowship Alliance Chapel
      ● Active or retired member of the US Military

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  • Practical Help

      Practical Help

      FAC provides practical help to those who qualify. Food and handyman services are available as gifts from members of our congregation who want to serve you and help you.

      [Learn More]

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