The Counseling Ministry serves the body of Times Square Church by providing biblically based, Christ-centered counseling in all areas of Christian life.
The Times Square Church Counseling Team provides counseling for Pre-marital, Marital, Family and Life Issues.
*PLEASE BE ADVISED: As church counselors we are not professionals, licensed psychologists, or psychiatrists. We simply offer Christian counseling based on the Word of God, and an opportunity for prayer led by the Holy Spirit.
Child Dedication is a special moment when parents, grandparents and guardians make a public statement of faith to raise their child under God’s wisdom, according to the Bible. This decision shows that you recognize your child is a gift from the Lord and you are committing yourself to be an example of Jesus in their life.
Couples that wish to marry at the church facilities must consider Times Square Church their home church and complete the premarital preparation classes through our Counseling Ministry. Once completed, a counselor will review the guidelines and connect the couple to a wedding coordinator that will help in planning the wedding.
Being in the hospital or a rehab center can be a difficult time for patients and families alike. Our hospital visitation team is available to visit, pray and come alongside you or your loved one along the journey. They are trained to maintain medical confidentiality and respect the patient’s privacy in all situations.
If you would like to request a hospital visit, please fill out the form below. A Hospital Visitation Ministry Team member will be notified and a visit will be scheduled.
Funeral and Memorial Service Support
Losing a loved one is a trying time. If Times Square Church is your home church, we can help with conducting memorial, funeral or graveside services. For a memorial service or funeral held at a funeral home, a church elder or staff can share an encouraging word or simply be there to provide support, upon request by the family.
Since Times Square Church is not a licensed funeral home, we are unable to have the remains of the deceased on church premises unless transported and attended to by a licensed funeral home.