Prayer Requests

If you have a prayer request, we would be honored to partner with you by praying for you! Here are a few prayer options:

E-mail our Prayer Team

E-mail and your prayer request will be sent to our Prayer Team. We love to support people with prayer, and handle all prayer requests with respect and confidentiality.

Voicemail the Prayer Team

Leave a voicemail with your prayer request by calling 530.273.6425 ext. 340. Our Prayer Team will pray for all requests left in this mailbox.

Sunday morning Connection Card

You can leave your prayer request on the back of your Connection Card at a Sunday morning service. All prayer requests are given to our Prayer Team.

Sunday morning Prayer Table

If you want to pray with someone in-person, visit our Prayer table on Sunday morning. There you will meet compassionate folks who would love to pray with you!

Crisis & Immediate Care

If you have an immediate need, please check out the following resources available in our area:

     For Information & Assistance in Nevada County, check out or call 211.

     Anew Day | 530.470.9111

          Provides crisis counseling and low-cost counseling for individuals; 

          and reduced-fee counseling for couples, families, adolescents and children. 

     Salvation Army | 530.274.3500

          Help with clothing or energy assistance.

     HEAP | 530.265.1388

          Help with a utility bill.

     Hospitality House Homeless Shelter | 530.271.7144

          Provides lodging for the homeless certain times of the year.

     Interfaith Food Ministry | 530.273.8132

          Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 1pm to provide folks    

          with groceries.

     LivingWell Medical Clinic | 530.272.6800

          Help for women of all ages and backgrounds to confront their     

          pregnancies with an abundance of knowledge and support.

     Food Bank of Nevada County | 530.272.3796

          Provides groceries for families in need.

Conflict Resolution

Our Conflict Resolution Team is here to help when conflict erupts and a solution seems out of reach.

“Do all that you can to live in peace with everyone.” Romans 12:18 NLT


   -Conflict can happen to anyone

   -Conflict can be resolved

   -Conflict can be a catalyst


   -Build a culture of Biblical peacemaking

   -Create an atmosphere of hope and love

   -Teach preventative skills and guidelines

   -Offer help and perspective


   -How conflict occurs

   -How to recognize the causes of conflict

   -How to change our natural responses

   -How to seek and give forgiveness

   -How to make restitution and reconciliation

   -How to know God’s view of unity over conflict

“How wonderful and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in harmony.”
Psalm 133:1 NLT

For more information email Natalie at 530.273.6425 ext. 205.

Christian Counseling

In need of counseling? Here is a list of Christian counselors in our area:

       Todd Arvidson, LMFT | 530.402.8914

       Phil Bluemel, LMFT | 916.787.0555

       Clarise Brady, LMFT | 530.559.2612

        Sue Cirillo, LMFT | 530.613.1383

       Barbara Coffman, LMFT | 530.308.3581

       Caren Dillman, LMFT | 916.751.9347

       Dave Dillman, LMFT | 916.751.6016

       Jennie Haws-McAlister, Phy. D. | 530.265.3487

       Jennifer Hoffman, LMFT | 530.575.6501

       Jennifer Sales, LCSW | 530.273.0102

       Liz Smith, LMFT | 530.559.3357
       Judie Sobrero, LMFT | 530.272.7448

       Sabrina Speroni, LMFT | 530.913.8545

       John Stewart, LMFT | 530.272.7448

        Jeff Stone, Ph. D. | 916.787.0555

       Brooke Stone, LMFT | 530.559.1500

       Keith Thompson, LMFT | 530.913.0526

       Susan Wright, LMFT | 916.207.4873


       Anew Day | 530.470.9111 (Low-cost, supervised interns and lay counselors) 

Mom's Grief Support Group

Have you lost a child?

Please join our unique study for mothers who are grieving the loss of their child. Our mission is to help you understand your loss and realize that joy, peace and laughter can return to your life. This group is non-denominational featuring biblical teaching on grief and recovery topics.

It may be hard to feel optimistic about the future right now. We have found that gathering with others who have gone through the same loss whether by accidents, disease or suicide, offers comfort and encouragement during this difficult time.  Everyone who attends this group is a mother who has lost a child. We sincerely hope and pray that you would take the initial step to contact us. All discussion is confidential. 

We meet every Monday afternoon from 4:00-5:30pm | Twin Cities Church, Room 140

For more info contact Elsie at 530.575.0552 or Rhonda at 530.559.9026

Safe Refuge for Children & Families

We really care about families, and Safe Refuge helps our church to extend care and compassion to families that are going through difficult times.


  • We could stop child abuse before it starts?
  • It wasn't a shameful experience for at-risk families to ask for help?
  • Single moms were connected to support instead of socially isolated?
  • You didn't have to "qualify" to be cared for?
  • Local government, non-profits and churches worked together to help families in crisis?


  • Over 7,000 children have been hosted by Safe Refuge for Children
  • Millions of dollars can be saved when volunteers connect to families in crisis and children are eventually returned to their biological family.
  • Safe Refuge for Children keeps families together, and research shows that children who grow up in biological families are more likely to earn a high school diploma and college degree, be employed, have health insurance and avoid incarceration.

For more information email John or call 530.273.6425 ext. 401.