WE'RE HERE TO HELP.
There are times when all of us encounter a life problem that results in the need for help. Through biblical wisdom and community, we want to walk alongside you through your difficult situation and point you to the One who is able to heal any wound and calm any storm.
Needs and crises can come in all shapes and sizes. PV's Freedom Ministry provides a variety of ministries, groups and trained volunteers to help those going through financial hardship, illness, life-controlling addiction or difficult life events.
Find out more about our areas of care below:
Needs and crises can come in all shapes and sizes. PV's Care Ministry provides benevolence assistance to those going through financial hardship, care and visitation for those in the hospital or are homebound due to an illness, help and support for those struggling with a life-controlling addiction and support for those going through a difficult life event. Click here for more information and a list of upcoming events in our Freedom Ministry.
As an extension of our benevolence ministry, we have a cars ministry to help with car repairs and oil changes for those who find themselves in difficult circumstances. One of our ministry partners can help walk you through the process to identify if you are a candidate for this ministry. Contact Pleasant Valley directly at 816-781-5959 for information.
The death of a loved one comes with a flood of emotions. Whether you lost a spouse, child, family member or friend, we want to walk with you through your season of grief. Led by a team of ministry partners who have experienced their own grief, Grief Recovery is designed to help you properly grieve your loss, give support and encouragement in the midst of your pain and equip you with resources to help you take the next step in your grief journey. Contact Pleasant Valley directly at 816-781-5959 for information.
Divorce is an intimately painful life event that can leave a person with an array of emotions. People deal with divorce in different ways because the journey is unique for each person. Through spring and fall studies, Divorce Recovery can help you get back on your feet and on a path of growth and new life. Contact Pleasant Valley directly at 816-781-5959 for information.
Finding employment can be tough these days. If you're looking for a job or thinking about changing careers, this group is a great place to meet people in the same situation and to gain practical tips about landing a new job. Career Connection is a monthly networking, support and job lead sharing group that can also help you with your resume and with tips for job searching. Contact Pleasant Valley directly at 816-781-5959 for information.
Thank you for serving our country. In honor of all that you have done for us, we'd love the opportunity to serve you.
Veterans Community Group: Gather with veterans of all ages who have served or are currently serving in this country’s armed forces. The Veterans Community Group meets weekly at 7 p.m. Mondays, in room 302 at the PV-Liberty campus. For questions about this Community Group, contact Betty Flowers by calling 816.781.5959 x322 or by email.
Care Ministry Support: We also offer assistance through our Care Ministry with benevolence, support for spouses of deployed vets as well as helping connecting veterans with available resources. For more information about our Care Ministry’s assistance for veterans, contact Betty Flowers by calling 816.781.5959 x322 or by email.
We know that life is hard and sometimes you just need someone to listen, but it’s finding the right person to listen that can get tricky. We don’t want to make it any harder for you to find someone who is dependable, a good listener, nonjudgemental, will keep your confidence and will walk beside you for as long as you need.
That’s why we have Stephen Ministry, which is named after the first lay person in the Bible appointed by Jesus’ disciples to “go out and help meet the needs of the people.” As soon as you express interest in meeting with a Stephen Minister, we will start the process of matching you with someone that is ready and willing to meet with you on a regular basis to provide one-to-one, Christ-centered care and support.
Stephen Ministers care for a variety of people, including those experiencing grief, divorce, job loss, terminal illness, loneliness, spiritual crisis, hospitalization, relocation, and other life difficulties. Men are matched with men, women with women. Caring relationships last for as long as the person needs this level of care.
A Stephen Minister has received special training, but is not a professional counselor, ordained pastor or problem “fixer.” If you would like more information about how you can get help or how you can become a Stephen minister, contact Jeff Baird.