Your spiritual well-being and emotional state matter to us. Please know that we’re available for you whether you need prayer, spiritual guidance or emotional support. In addition, check out the info below for tips and resources that will help you when it comes to maintaining and enhancing your self-care.

If you would like more info or if you’re interested in scheduling an appointment, kindly email PastoralCare@ChristChurchUSA.org or call 973-783-1010 (ext. 341). Please note, that while our Pastoral Care team does everything in its power to help those who come to us in need, due to our limited resources, certain aspects of our ministry are limited to Christ Church members. However, we make every effort to provide alternatives to nonmembers if this situation arises.

Pastoral Care Awareness Blog

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HAS AUTISM TOUCHED YOUR LIFE?

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By Ron Fisher
Associate Director of Pastoral Care

Throughout the month, many groups are focusing on sharing stories and providing opportunities to increase...

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Early detection for glaucoma is crucial

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By Ron Gonzalez, M.P.S.
Counseling Pastor of Christ Church

Did you know that January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month? It’s an important time to spread the word about this...

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Celebrate people living with disabilities

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By Ron Fisher
Associate Director of Pastoral Care

Did you know that in the month of December there is an International Day of Persons with Disabilities day?

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External Resources

Work-Life balance

Finding a healthy work-life balance isn't easy, but it's critically important to your overall well-being. Check out the link below to learn four practical ways to get the work-life balance you deserve.

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Mental Health

Click the link below to see a list of local and national mental health resources. Qualified and certified people are standing by at these agencies to help you or someone you know.

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Care Groups

Our Care Groups, which are currently available online only, are designed to encourage you and help facilitate your healing process. We also want you to know about some available resources that could be helpful to you or a loved one during a time of need. Take a look below to learn more.