Compassion & Care


“A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another.”  (John 13:34 NKJV)

The Compassion and Care team serves and cares for:

  • Those with special needs, including people affected by disabilities
  • The elderly
  • The chronically and critically ill,
  • As well as those who support all of the above

If you are new to Times Square Church, we want to welcome you to and let you know that we are honored and blessed to have you with us. We want you to feel this is your home away from home. And if you are a regular part of our church family, we want you to know we are here for you. Please, let us know how we can be of assistance.

We Care.
Fear not. We are here to assist you.  We understand that this church may be a new environment for you and your circumstances may require a bit of assistance. Our hope is that you feel safe and cared for during your time with us at Times Square Church.

  • Our On-site Team warmly greets and welcomes our congregants and visitors that are elderly, chronically ill or living with a disability. We are here to assist individuals before, during and after each service.
  • Our Access-A-Ride team serves those in need of assistance getting from Access-a-Ride vehicles before and again, helps them get to their rides after church services.

Prayer Team
Share your prayer requests and have someone pray with you at our monthly meetings or send us a message.

Buddy Program
Buddies provide a listening ear, a comforting voice, a friend when you are in difficulty. They reach out to those that are hurting and lonely in our church body. They encourage, visit and pray for those who are homebound and in the hospital.

Support Groups

Living with Illness Support Group

First and third Friday (Sept – Nov 1)
Education Annex, Room 303

Caregivers Support Group
Second and fourth Friday ( Sept – Oct 25)
Education Annex, Room 303

Monthly Meeting
Everyone is welcome.
1st Sunday of the month
Education Annex, Room 203

Contact us:
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