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Ministers on Duty


As a church, we are committed to being a light for Christ as well as a source of spiritual and practical help. We also remain dedicated to “bearing one another’s burdens” (Galatians 6:2) as a local church family. We've recently realigned our benevolence program to cover the larger needs of our congregation.



We have funds available to cover the immediate needs of food and transportation on a case-by-case basis.



There are many local organizations that are a great place to start depending on your needs. You can view a resource list for Seminole and Orange County below.



For those that call Northland home (members), we have a Benevolence Fund for larger needs like rent, shelter, bills (medical or household), and car repair.


Ministers on Duty are available Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in person or by calling the front desk at 407-949-4000.

These ministers are available to encourage and pray for those needing someone to connect with, to listen, suggest resources, and offer Biblical support.

Stephen Ministers provide high quality, one-to-one Christ centered care to people experiencing life difficulties. Ministers go through an extensive training, and are equipped to offer care to those who are hurting. If you are going through a difficult time in your life and would like to consider having a Stephen Minister walk with you, call for more information. Contact at 407-949-4013 or

Each of us faces overwhelming situations or events on the path to spiritual maturity, and we are here to help navigate life's obstacles. We offer Christian counseling services to help guide congregants through the struggles of daily and spiritual life. We combine clinical and Christian principles, offering encouragement, comfort, and support to facilitate spiritual and emotional healing.

Oviedo Counseling Clinic
All of our counselors are graduate student interns studying mental health counseling at Reformed Theological Seminary in Oviedo. We work with individuals, couples, families, and adolescents starting at age 14.


Open Doors Counseling
All of our counselors are state licensed specialists, either in mental health counseling (LMHC, Registered Mental Health counseling Intern), marriage and family counseling (LMFT, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern), or social work (LCSW, Registered Clinical Social Worker Intern). We work with individuals, couples, families and children starting at age 2.


Pastoral Crisis Line