Care Ministries

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Support Group information can be found here.

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Counseling Center @FUMC

Dr. Peggy Reynolds

727-828-8360

The Counseling Center at the First United Methodist Church of St. Petersburg is an outreach ministry that provides confidential counseling to families, marriages, couples, and individuals (including children, youth and adults) by state licensed counselors. The administrative staff members are skilled in helping new clients match their concerns with the clinical expertise of the available counselors as well as local resources. Insurance, private pay and a limited amount of scholarship funds are provided to remove financial barriers to receiving the mental health care needed. Personal faith is one of the greatest resources an individual has during challenging times.  The full Counseling Center team assists clients in nurturing their ability to apply their growing faith whenever possible. This begins with the first contact with the administrative assistants and extends into the private counseling sessions.


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Heart for Healing: Faith Community Nursing

Sandy Sauers, RN

727-596-5347

Heart for Healing FCN promotes health and healing practices from a Christ centered perspective by encouraging healthy lifestyles and helping people understand the relationship between lifestyle, faith and well-being. Faith Community Nurses provide Christian health counseling, education, advocacy and intentional care of the spirit. 


Blood pressure and health information clinics are held the second Sunday of each month from 9 am -11:30 am in the nurse’s area (right past the Fellowship Hall) on the first floor.


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Stephen Ministry

Barb Willey

703-409-8003

We are all broken in some way; the only way to become whole is through the cross. The Stephen Ministry provides confidential, individual Christian care to persons in our congregation and community who are experiencing some of life’s most difficult times.