“Behold, I will bring to it health and healing; I will heal them and reveal to them the abundance of peace and truth,” Jeremiah 33:6.

Our Cancer C.A.R.E. Ministry (Compassion. Action. Resources. Encouragement.) was born from a vision of reaching out to those who are in need of support through their experiences of a recent or longstanding diagnosis of cancer. In a time where one’s faith is challenged by their circumstances, we are here to link our arms with you through prayer and action to inspire hope, and a renewal of faith and strength. We offer a confidential monthly support group for individuals and families to come together and share their experiences, and pray for one another. Our team will also help direct you towards resources, and help you become advocates for your care.

How can we serve you?

OUR SERVICES
  • Monthly support meetings
  • Prayer, fellowship and healthy refreshments
  • Sharing tips and experiences
  • Helping one another cope
    and find hope
  • Accompany to appointments (contingent on availability)
  • Coaching how to advocate for your care and find resources
CONTACT SUPPORT TEAM

Kim Sekelsky
203.231.3156
kim.sekelsky@gmail.com

Terry Fonseca
Pastoral Care Administrator
203.878.7729 x32
tfonseca@klcc.us

Cecilia Lewis
203.278.2916
cil2day@yahoo.com

MEETING LOCATION

Kingdom Life Community
Resource  Center (KLCRC)
588 Naugatuck Avenue
Milford, CT 06461
(203) 878-7729

2nd Monday of every month
7pm at KLCRC
*Please enter through
the back entrance.

Do you need prayer?

“There are times when life is overwhelming, when all we have are questions. In those moments, hope can feel far away. The great thing about prayer is that it shifts our perspective toward the One who stands ready to listen. No matter what you’re facing, we’d love to pray with you!”

Our C.A.R.E. team is here to support you with continual prayer by a dedicated group of prayer warriors who meet several times a week.

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Most people find pastoral advising very helpful; however, depending on the nature of your difficulty, you might also experience uncomfortable emotions such as anger, fear, and frustration during the course of counseling. While the pastoral adviser

cannot remove these feelings from you, they will help you work through them, or seek an alternative counselor. Scheduling subject to pastoral availability.

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