through Stephen’s Ministry
The Gospel Care Ministry exists to reflect the love of Jesus Christ by providing one-to-one distinctively Christian care to individuals who are experiencing life’s challenges and difficulties.
Facing tough times?
We all experience challenges in life- times when we could benefit from care and support. Therefore, Gospel Care ministry trains up Caregivers who can provide the emotional and spiritual care we need when faced with a difficulty such as:
- unemployment or a job crisis
- loneliness or discouragement
- transitions in life
- spiritual crisis
- recovery after an accident or crisis
- loss of a loved one
- divorce or separation
- many other life challenges
What is a Caregiver?
Our Caregivers are lay members of our church who are carefully selected and undergo extensive training. Some of their roles are the following:
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Hanna is the Gospel Care Director at Tapestry LA Church. She has encountered countless times where God has turned her sorrows into joy and transformed her wounds into strength. Thus began a passion and pursuit to love and counsel the lost, broken, and hurting. Hanna graduated from UCSD with a BA in Psychology. Wanting to impact the inner-city youth, Hanna obtained her Single-Subject teaching credential and Masters in Education from Point Loma Nazarene University. However, a growing desire to go deeper with individuals, particularly in counseling, led Hanna to pursue her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at USC. Hanna has served Tapestry LA since its conception, alongside her husband, Ben Lee. They have two rambunctious, vivacious boys, Aidan and Jacob, and are in hopes for a little girl to bring some estrogen and balance into the family.
Doori is the Gospel Care Coordinator at Tapestry LA Church. She was saved post-college after experiencing God’s unceasing grace and unconditional love for the first time. She was deeply healed and shaped by her intimate relationship with God as well as the church community. In seeking to integrate theology and psychology, she left the medical research field and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and Masters of Arts in Intercultural Studies (Missiology) at Fuller Theological Seminary. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, sister, and two dogs. She also cherishes every opportunity to meet people and build relationships.