At Middletown, we want you to feel comfortable asking for help. We’ll pray for you when you are in need and we offer many care resources to help you through difficult times.

For pastoral care emergencies, call the church office at 502.245.9793 and follow the voice mail prompts for the minister on call. Someone will get in touch with you as soon as possible.


And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. – Ephesians 6:18

We believe that time spent in prayer is an important path toward closeness with God. One aspect of prayer is calling upon God to look after those who are in need.


There are many ways that you can get help at Middletown in addition to prayer. You can talk with a minister, receive care from our Stephen Ministers, receive a hospital or nursing home visit, or receive homebound communion. If you are in a time of crisis, contact Melvin LeCompte, Congregational Care Minister, at 502.245.9793.

Stephen Ministry

Our congregation’s Stephen Ministers are trained to provide confidential, one-to-one Christian care to individuals in our congregations and community who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. Personal Stephen Ministers are assigned on an individual basis after confidential one-on-one assessments and typically walk with people through difficult seasons of life.

Stephen Ministers can provide spiritual support and guidance through life circumstances such as loss of a loved one, long term illness or hospitalization, divorce or separation, loneliness or discouragement, unemployment, aging, miscarriage, relocation, or recovery after an accident or personal crisis.


If you would like to learn more about Stephen Ministry or meet with a Stephen Minister please contact one of our Stephen Leaders:
Rob Peterson, 502-419-5201 or [email protected]
Mary Lou Finewood-Rees at [email protected] or 502-594-1002