Ministry Partners

At Evergreen we support and partner with several ministries to further the work of God in key areas. Check them out below.

Stephen Ministries

"Carry one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ." Galatians 6:2

What is Stephen Ministries?

Everyone goes through difficult times and at times this can turn your world upside down. Having someone to care, listen, and share God’s love with you can help you get through the confusion, stress, or loneliness you may be experiencing. God does not intend for you to struggle alone and neither does your church family. Stephen Ministry brings care to all in need, including those those enduring:
  • Grieving a loss
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Loneliness/Discouragement
  • Job crisis
  • Relocation
  • Terminal/Chronic illness
  • Infertility
  • Miscarriage 
  • And many more.
Think of Stephen Ministers as companions on your journey, for as long as your journey lasts.

How does Stephen Ministries work at Evergreen Church?

Men and women Stephen Ministers visit their care receivers regularly and dependably, men ministering to men, and women to women. They are committed to preserving the confidential nature of the caring relationship. Stephen Ministers receive 50 hours of intensive training that covers such topics as: listening and feelings; relationship building; assertiveness training; confidentiality; crisis theory and intervention; use of prayer and the Bible.

Get Connected

Contact Jerry or Gina Hoffman to express interest in being matched with a Stephen Minister. The referral line and process are confidential. 918.409.2746.
If you are called to share your gift of compassion and mercy with those in need, consider training to become a Stephen Minister. Contact Jerry or Gina Hoffman for more info.

Dads on Special Assignment (DOSA)

What is DOSA?

Dads On Special Assignment is a men’s ministry dedicated to the health and well-being of dads who have a son or daughter with special needs. DOSA serves these dads by providing tools and resources that equip them to become healthier mentally, physically, and spiritually in order to lead their families well and embrace their role as a dad on special assignment.

How does Evergreen Church work with DOSA?

We host one of their monthly support groups. This monthly support group is a great first step to connecting with other dads on special assignment. During these monthly meetings you will discuss specific topics and soon discover common ground and community with other men. You are not isolated. You are not alone. Click below to find a group for you!

Get Connected

You are welcome to attend the monthly meetings anytime. If you would like more information about DOSA, please click the button below.