Eastside Church Ministries
These are challenging times, and Eastside’s Turning Point Ministry is here to give you an extra level of support. Turning Point is not professional counseling but does offer hope in Christ, encouragement, and practical recommendations, including ministry and community referrals, tailored to your current concerns.
Appointments are available with our Turning Point Director, Ashley Willis (M.A. Pastoral Counseling). To schedule your confidential appointment, please email .
We look forward to sharing God’s love with you through Turning Point.
Check here for the Latest Video Blog with helpful insights from Turning Point and Ashley Willis.
12-STEP RECOVERY GROUP
A 12-step program - biblical and balanced that helps us overcome our hurts, habits, and hang-ups.
Stephen Ministry is caring ministry which enables people who are hurting to meet with a Stephen Minister who will listen without judging and will support without lecturing. Stephen Ministry equips a team of lay caregivers with training, resources and support to provide on-going care for people going through crisis. Stephen Ministers provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care and support for people struggling with divorce, severe illness, job loss, loneliness, disability, depression, relocation and other life difficulties.
Stephen Ministry is not a cure-all; the care-giving and receiving relationship that it fosters, however, can help you persevere in the midst of a struggle. Stephen Ministry relationships are strictly confidential: only the care-giver, care-recipient, and the Stephen Ministry coordinator know of the relationship’s existence.
House of Mercy located at 10 Harrison street, provides food on a daily basis, in addition to financial and housing assistance. Their phone number is 757-253-0664.
While we recommend these two organizations as primary resources, there is a comprehensive list below.