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Mental Health Ministry

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  • Hennepin County COPE — when experiencing a mental heath crisis: 612-596-1223

October 2021
The members of the Wayzata Community Church Mental Health Ministry would like to share with you what we have been working on for the past few months. Chairman Rick Graft and the members of the committee have been working to fulfill our mission of providing resources to church members who may be looking for help with mental health and/or substance use issues.

MHM Group Members: Rick Graft, Barb Fordyce, John Peterson, John Magnuson, Mary Bildsoe, Christine Litsey, and Gina Byers

MHM collaborates with other WCC resources, and especially Pastoral Care and the Caring Care Ministers (CCMs).
See the
LINKS BELOW for other available resources.

Mental Health Ministry Forums

We present 3 Mental Health and Wellness Forums each year, in September, January and April. Please check back for information about the September 2022 forum.

Mental Health Connect (MHC)

Living with mental health concerns can be tough. Finding help can be even tougher. Our Navigators can assist in making the right connections. Mental Health Connect provides community-based resources, support and education to improve access to mental health services and to connect individuals and families with the services they need.


Wayzata Community Church holds a membership in Mental Health Connect (MHC), which works collaboratively with a network of 26 local churches to deliver comprehensive resource information and mental health navigation. MHC is an interfaith, non-profit organization that provides mental health and substance use support and resources for members of the community.

RELATE Counseling Center

Mental health clinic in Minnetonka, MN.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.

Caring Community Ministers (CCMs)

In the Spring of 2020, 15 Caring Community Ministers (CCMs) were called to serve the Wayzata Community Church congregation in pastoral care needs, serving alongside our Pastoral Care clergy team. They each received more than 30 hours of pastoral training and are equipped to serve all who are in need of a listening ear and spiritual guidance. If you would like to connect with a Caring Community Minister, click the button below send an email.

View the video about the Caring Community Ministry here.

Contact / Location
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Contact info

Address: 125 Wayzata Boulevard East
Wayzata, MN 55391
Phone: 952-473-8877
Email: welcome@wayzatacommunitychurch.org

Worship / Calendar

Sunday Worship

ONLINE WORSHIP
8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m. Parables and 10:45 a.m.
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Please visit WC-Connect for current calendar information.