Our Nurture Group offers a number of services to our church members, including visits to those unable to get out, we host several parties throughout the year for our Joyful Shephards, as well.

Prayers:  The Main Street United Methodist Church has a "prayer chain" which is our speedy email system of alerting our group of interested participants that someone from the church or a family member, a friend, neighbor, co-worker or themselves would like to be lifted up in prayer.  To do this, please contact Cynthia Morrissey by email at  morrisseys04@msn.com.

Meals:  We are thrilled to be able to offer to church members and those in their immediate households our "Meals to Heal" program.  This is a short term program we have set up specifically for those who are or have a family member who is hospitalized, is recovering from surgery or otherwise unable to provide meals for themselves or their family.  Our volunteers cook a lovely meal and deliver it to your home - with deliveries made every 2 or 3 days.  If you are a church member and this is something you need, please do not hesitate to call our office to set this up.

Rides to Appointments:  Sometimes a church member may need a ride to an appointment.  We encourage you to contact Caregivers, Inc. an agency that is fully set-up to do this in the great Nashua area - for further details contact: www.caregiversnh.org or 622-4948.  There is a registration process, and they do need 2 - 3 weeks in advance to provide a ride.  While this service is free and provided by their wonderful volunteers, it is always nice to offer to pay for gas, when possible.

Services for Seniors:  Check out this link for "servicelink" which lists numerous services available to seniors: www.referweb.net/nhsl/   598-4709.  Some of the services include: supports for caregivers; counseling/mental health; education training/support groups; emergency preparedness/consumer & business services; family/community based supports; financial/employment supports; food/material goods/emergency services; medical & health services; housing/shelter & transportation; legal services/advocacy; medicare/insurance; special populations included handicapped.

Volunteerism: