- Care Team
- First Response
- New Baby
- Death & Crisis
- Job Loss
- Health Concerns
- Relational concerns
- Health Alerts
Our ministry team is made up of well-trained staff and volunteers who provide confidential care, support and direction.
To learn about specific ministries that may address your needs, please click on one of the areas listed on the right. If you are overwhelmed or unsure where to start, contact a member of our First Response team.
If you are facing difficulties or challenges, feeling overwhelmed or uncertain, a call to our First Response team may be your best first step. A First Responder can assist you in finding help within the church as well as within the broader Madison community. They will listen, help you identify resources, connect you with church ministries and resources, and pray with you.
You can reach a First Responder most days (Monday – Friday) 11 am–3 pm by email or at 828-4230. Schedules may vary, so please feel free to leave a message. If you need immediate assistance, call the church office (828-4200) and follow the prompts to reach a pastor on call.
These ministries within the church offer support to your family during this time of transition:
The following ministries are available to assist you as you work through the short and long-term implications of death and crisis:
These ministries offer help in addressing the pain of divorce:
We have the following ministries that offer assistance to you in this life challenge:
As you address your physical needs, we can be a part of your care through the following:
Relating to one another can be difficult, painful and messy. We offer the following ministries that may help you move towards healthier relationships:
Blackhawk publishes a weekly list of prayer requests for church and individual needs. This list is distributed to hundreds of Blackhawk attendees and staff who pray. If you have a request you would like included or if you would like to receive the prayer list by email contact Alison Haworth.
Be healthy! Some strains of the flu – like the H1N1 vrius – can be more contagious and severe than others. Blackhawk has developed a plan for disease prevention and control. But you can help, too! Washing your hands often, avoiding touching your eyes, nose or mouth, and staying home if you feel sick can all help stop the spread of the virus.