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Care and Help

Jesus said that those who do not yet believe will know that Christians belong to him by the way they care for one another.

Second Harvest Food and Clothing Ministry

Second Harvest is a ministry of Morrison Heights that offers food and clothing assistance to residents of Hinds County. To enroll in Second Harvest, bring a valid ID, your social security card, and the social security card of any household members to our Second Harvest location at 201 Morrison Drive in Clinton (entrance on McDonald Drive) any time that Second Harvest is open. Second Harvest is open Monday nights at 6:00pm and on Wednesday mornings at 10:00am. We recommend arriving at least one hour prior to opening. Call 601-925-6479 with any questions.  

 

GriefShare

GriefShare is a grief recovery support group where you can find help and healing. This Wednesday night class is led by Noah and Julie Roberts. MORE

 

Abortion Recovery

For women experiencing the pain of abortion

The Center for Pregnancy Choices offers Forgiven and Set Free by Linda Cochrane. This Bible study is a healing study that helps women with the aftermath of abortion. This study helps women overcome shame, guilt, anxiety, depression, relational problems and more. We work through the grief process – grief over the sin of abortion and grieving our aborted children.

We believe God’s Word and His promises to HEAL us, to set us FREE from the sin of abortion and to restore to us the JOY of our Salvation! Healed, free and forgiven! We are no longer post-abortive women, we have become, “Women of Truth!”

The ministry offers a confidential, non-judgmental support group environment. Bible Study is 11 weeks long. We meet one night a week from 6:00-8:30. The meeting place is confidential.

You may contact us at: forgivenandfree@windstream.net or call Cheryl at 601-209-5686.

 

Prayer

Prayer is the First Work

We serve a real, live, loving God who wants to communicate and relate with us. What an amazing privilege and responsibility! At Morrison Heights prayer thrives through our Intercessory Prayer Ministry, through small group prayer in homes or on campus, through altar prayer, and corporate prayer.

If you have a burden and would like our ministers to pray for you, you can submit a confidential request here. Our pastors will pray for your request and your request will be posted as you designate so that our prayer ministry volunteers can continue to pray for your need.

Prayer Requests

You can submit a prayer request by completing the Prayer Request section on the Sunday bulletin and placing it in the offering plate. You may also submit a prayer request online here or by contacting the Pastoral Care Office at 601.925.6429 with your request.

Our staff prays weekly for these prayer requests. If you give us permission, we will also list your request in our Intercessory Prayer Room and on the weekly “Prayer the First Work Guide” available during the Wednesday night Prayer Meeting.

Intercessory Prayer Ministry

Involvement in our Intercessory Prayer Ministry is through our Intercessory Prayer Room. Each participant is requested to commit one hour per week pray for specific needs in our church family. Participation in this ministry is reserved for our church members only and a brief orientation by our Ministry leaders is required. For more information on becoming involved with our Intercessory Prayer Ministry, please contact Tracy at 601.925.6427.

Annual Prayer Conference

Listen to the sermons by Dr. Jerry Rankin from our 2011 Prayer Conference.

 

Sexual Addiction Recovery

In His Time

I can’t change! No one cares! How do I deal with this?

In His Time ministers to men, women, and families struggling with life issues such as sexual brokenness, emotional dependency, adultery, and spiritual hardships. Through the issue of homosexuality, God has brought restoration in such a powerful way into the lives of those on the In His Time ministry team that they desire to share with others the riches of that victory.

We have support groups meeting weekly and understanding men and women trained to help you. You may e-mail us or contact us at 601.925.6435 to leave a confidential message.

New Support Group for Youth & Young Adults

A joint effort of several metro area churches—youth pastors and parents are invited. This group is strictly confidential and first time visitors are accepted for a limited period of time. For more information‚ contact our ministry leaders.