The term “one another” appears in the New Testament more than 100 times. We know that we are better together than we are on our own. Madison Square Presbyterian seeks to be a compassionate and caring place for all.
Much care happens informally between members as relationships are formed and strengthened. In addition to these informal relationships, all members and friends are assigned a deacon to provide care and connection to the community of Madison Square. Pastor Bart is also available by appointment for any pastoral care needs.
We are a praying community, and believe in the power of prayer. We have an active prayer chain – a group of people who prays for requests sent to the office each week. We include a time for prayers within the Sunday worship service as well, where anyone can write a prayer request on a card (both joys and concerns) to have it included in the prayers of the people.
While not directly sponsored by Madison Square Presbyterian Church, there are a number of recovery groups that meet every day of the week on the third floor of the education building.