Congregations Caring For Caregivers

FEBRUARY 20, 2022

Join the Movement
Become one of the 100 participating congregations

You and Your Congregation are Invited
to join the 100 Caring Congregations – Caregivers’ Movement
by dedicating a portion of your service on
Sunday, February 20, 2022, as
Caregivers’ Sunday.

100 Caring Congregations –
Caregivers’ Movement
is designed for faith leaders – like you – who care about
ensuring your caregivers have sufficient resources for living
well, while caring for others.

The Need Has Never Been Greater
to provide support to caregivers. Increasingly caregivers
rely on their faith and church family for spiritual, mental,
emotional, physical, financial, or practical assistance.

Now is the Time, More than Ever,
for the faith community to partner and collaborate with other
caregiving resource providers to address the increasing
caregiving crisis within our communities.

Intergenerational Awareness,
education and preparation are critical for families to
adequately prepare for providing or receiving care.

Join us by visiting
or by scanning the QR code on the flyer
Email: for more info

Pastor John Duckworth
Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church

Pastor Steve Bland
Liberty Temple Baptist Church

Pastor Cindy Rudolph
Oak Grove AME

Pastor James C. Perkins
Greater Christ Baptist Church

Pastor Nicholas Hood III
Plymouth United Church of Christ

Bishop John Drew Sheard
Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ

Bishop-Designate Marcus R. Ways, Sr.
Christian Gospel Center COGIC

Bishop Charles Ellis
Greater Grace Temple

With the support of
Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation