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WE CARE.

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Let us pray for you

Healing prayer with elders
Elders praying with and for Redwood Chapel attenders and members for specific needs, 2nd Sunday each month at 6pm in room 207.  more info

Food Pantry
Providing food assistance to our local community. more info

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Benevolence
Providing tangible assistance to Redwood Chapel attenders; people who may not attend Redwood Chapel, but have a relationship with Redwood Chapel; and special community projects.
Email Sam for more info

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Healing Tears
Providing support to anyone dealing with the lingering effects of an abortion(s).
Email for more info

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Divorce and Relationship Recovery Network
Providing support and helping anyone and everyone dealing with divorce and/or broken relationships, past, present and potentially future; meets on ZOOM. Link #1  Link #2

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Stephen Ministry
Providing a personal care giver to support and help others dealing with various life issues (family, grief, health, etc).
more info

Christian Counseling Resources

  1. Sequoyah Counseling Center Castro Valley - ph (510) 646-0123    sequoyahcounselingcenter.com  

  2. Trinity Counseling San Leandro - ph (510) 430-1115 www.trinity-counseling.org 
  3. Christian Counseling Center Hayward - ph (510) 783-6629  christiancounselingcenters.org/hayward [Mary Triplett]

  4. East Bay Counseling in Alameda ph (510) 900-9912 and Dublin ph (925) 272-9242  ebcounseling.com [Shylah Blatt]

  5. Trinity Life Counseling Pleasanton- ph (925) 262-1155 trinitylifecounseling.net [Joyce Perry]

 

Mental Health Resources

  1. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline ph (800) 273-8255

  2. Alameda County Mobile Crisis Team: 510-891-5600 (ask for an on-duty clinician) / M-F from 8am-6pm

  3. Call 988 for 24hr crisis hotline for phone support OR text “safe” to 20121

  4. Call 911 for medical or mental health emergencies

 

Your health insurance may also have counseling options, but they may not provide a Christian counseling resource.

Gospel message of Jesus to everyone in the Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Oakland and the East Bay area community

Local Housing and Shelter Resources

  1. Housing Resource Center (aka BACS HEDCO Wellness Center) at 590 B St Hayward (510-247-8235)

  2. Family Emergency Shelter, 22671 3rd Street, Hayward (510-581-3223)

  3. Shelter at First Presbyterian Church of Hayward in Castro Valley (510-634-4750) [6:30pm – 7am]

  4. South Hayward Shelter, 27287 Patrick Ave., Hayward (510-785-3663)

  5. Shepherd’s Gate (women’s shelter), Brentwood and Livermore campuses - ph (888) 216-4776 shepherdsgate.org

  6. City Team (men’s shelter), Oakland – ph (510) 452-3758 cityteam.org/oakland

  7. Call 211 or www.211ca.org for resources including housing/shelters, mental health resources, Uber/Lyft rides, food

Pastor Sam Morgan
Pastor of Care Ministries

Sam was born and raised in San Francisco along with his four sisters.  He is a sexagenarian, a member of the “Husband’s Club” (an active participant with “the marriage experience and experiment” for more than three decades) and a member of the “Father’s Club” (he and his wife, Elaine, have three adult children).

 

Sam is happily retired from civil service employment, is an unashamed disciple of Christ, and joyfully gives his “attention to prayer and the ministry of the word” (Acts 6:4).  He is a graduate of Liberty University (John W. Rawlings School of Divinity, Master of Arts and Master of Divinity) and was invited to join the Redwood Chapel pastoral staff in 2014 as the Pastor of Care Ministries.

 

Sam’s hobbies and interest include culinary activities, photography, physical fitness, group therapy (firearms training), reading, traveling, et. al.  His rules of life include one’s actions and one’s choices have consequences; one is responsible for one’s actions; and one reaps what one sows, one reaps later than one sows, and one reaps more than one sows.

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