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"Bear one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ."   Galations 6:2

The leaders and pastoral staff at FPC genuinely care about you—and about those whom you love. Are you facing a challenge in your life?  Death, illness, marital strife, and myriad troubles can leave us feeling alone and helpless. Don’t go it alone, we are here to help!

Our pastors provide pastoral counseling on request. Our Deacons provide meals, prayers, and other forms of care and support. We also have a prayer list that circulates to over 100 church members who are dedicated to praying for those in need. We can’t help you unless we know what your struggle is, so please feel free to contact the church office at (608) 849-4625 and let us know how we can be there for you.

Inform the office of a need

We'll Pray For You! 

We are excited to offer prayer to those in need after both services in the Chapel on the second Sunday of each month. This is open to everyone—children, adults, members, attenders, those who have a personal need, and those who would like prayer for a loved one. These prayer needs will be considered private and will not be communicated to all of the Deacons, but will be prayed for one-on-one by a Deacon, Prayer Leader or Pastor. If you would like prayer in person, over the phone, or over email at a different time, please contact the church office so that you can be put in contact with a Pastor or Deacon.

Let us know your prayer request

 Join us for an Open Prayer Circle  

We would love for anyone and everyone to join us for an open prayer circle after both services on the third Sunday of each month in the Chapel. We will pray for an immediate need in our congregation, which will be in the yellow announcement sheet of the bulletin that morning. We will circle up and place a specific prayer request before God together.

 Tuesday Prayer Group–4:00pm every Tuesday in the Gathering Space

This is small group of people who feel called to pray for others. Each week, we have a short time of devotion together and then pray for the needs of the church, the world, and our own personal prayers. We are always open to new folkscome when you can!


Stephen Ministry at FPC provides trained, lay Christian caregivers to help those in need of encouragement and support. Caregivers provide high-quality, one-on-one Christian care for hurting people. They meet weekly with their care receivers, keeping all information strictly in confidence, for as long as needed. Stephen Ministry care does not replace pastoral or deacon care but is intended to extend it by walking with people who are struggling with grief, illness, chronic pain, or other problems that cause suffering. To access a Stephen Minister caregiver for yourself, contact a Pastor, a Deacon, or anyone in the Stephen Ministry program. 

Learn More about Stephen Ministry