I also tell you this: If two of you agree here on earth concerning anything you ask, my Father in heaven will do it for you. – Matthew 18:19 (NLT)
Prayer is a priority at University Carillon. In addition to regularly scheduled times of prayer that are open to all (Tuesdays at noon and Sundays at 9 AM in the prayer chapel), we distribute a weekly list of items needing prayer to all who request it. (Prayer items that are confidential are routed to the pastors.)
If you have prayer requests you would like brought to a prayer group, or sent confidentially to the pastors, use the form below.
Let us know if you or someone you know is experiencing illness or anticipating surgery or hospitalization … or if you need pastoral help in an emergency. Send a quick email; or, if your need is urgent, call (407) 404-2411.
If you have specific spiritual or material needs, a pastor will meet with you to provide counseling, referrals and/or assistance.
University Carillon has entered into a partnership with Heart Peace Counseling Center to offer counseling services here at the church. Heart Peace currently offers appointments with two professional counselors, Michelle Patterson and John Smith.
Rates are reasonable; discounts apply for regular church attenders and some scholarship assistance may be available. Heart Peace provides receipts for reimbursement from insurance companies.
Sessions are by appointment; Mondays, Tuesdays, and one Saturday per month. To make an appointment, please contact the counselors directly (see below).
Visit www.heartpeacecounseling.com for more information.
Heart Peace Counseling Center’s mission is “to help individual, families, couples, and children discover hope and healing along the journey to wholeness through Christ-centered, professional counseling.”
Heart Peace currently offers sessions with:
Michelle Patterson, founder of Heart Peace Counseling center, licensed mental health counselor and EMDR therapist can help you overcome life challenges, get “unstuck” emotionally, find spiritual direction, manage stress, anxiety, depression, grief, loss, PTSD, trauma, abuse and low self-worth. Michelle loves helping clients find peace in Christ (Philippians 4:7) to overcome obstacles in the way of fulfilling their purpose. She is a graduate of Asbury Theological Seminary and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).
John Smith has over 30 years’ experience counseling/coaching individuals and couples in living out God’s plan and purpose for their lives, especially when faced with pain and disappointment. John shares his compassion and wisdom to help couples find healing and restoration and to help individuals set boundaries, take steps forward and gain clear direction. John is particularly gifted with couples in restoring hope, trust and joy. He is a trained couples pre-marital/marital SYMBIS facilitator, holds a master’s degree in divinity and is a certified professional life coach.