Use the Online Prayer Request form or call the number below to contact the Pastoral Team (available 24 hours a day) with any prayer requests or information regarding a hospitalization, crisis, birth, or death.
Prayer Request & Care Ministry
By Phone: (270) 843-3942, ext. 1110
Broadway’s Care Ministries exist to provide support and encouragement to our church family and community. It is our mission to assure each and every person we encounter that they are remembered, prayed for, and loved.
Jesus replied, “‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. The second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'”
Hospital and Visitation
If anyone from the Broadway family is hospitalized, we want to encourage them with prayer and visitation during their stay. To ensure the Pastoral Care Team is aware of a hospitalization, please fill out the online form above.
For individuals who are in long-term care or are homebound, we strive to offer ongoing encouragement through regular calls, visitation, prayer, and communion. Members of our Pastoral Staff and/or visitation teams share vital love and compassion with these individuals so they are assured of the care and support of their church family.
An inclusive fellowship exploring hope and healing in God’s love through celebration, teaching, testimonies, small groups and peer mentoring. For service information, click here.
Stephen Ministers are ready to provide confidential emotional and spiritual care when individuals are faced with life challenges such as: loss of a loved one, divorce, terminal illness, birth, adoption, miscarriage, infertility, recovery after an accident or other times of stress and grief. To request the care of a Stephen Minister, click here.
Christian Counseling Ministry
Short-term counseling is provided through Broadway by a licensed mental health professional for those struggling with emotional, situational, or family problems. Issues identified as requiring long term mental health treatment may be referred to other community mental health providers.
This team assists in practical ways after the arrival of a new member in the family. This includes both birth of a newborn or the arrival of an adoptive child. Staffed and coordinated by volunteers, Broadway Babies will deliver meals to the family.
These teams care for the homebound and those who cannot regularly attend services. They visit homes and long term care facilities to provide worship opportunities, prayer and communion for people who are unable to travel to one of Broadway’s campuses.
The purpose of this team is to provide a meal for the family and friends of a Broadway member who has recently died. Often this meal is served following a funeral service or taken to the funeral home during the visitation. This team is staffed with lay members and volunteers who serve grieving families in practical ways. The Bereavement Team also extends after care for the loved ones through notes and continued prayer.